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"vendex" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"vendex" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"vendex" Discussed on Podcast 42

Podcast 42

07:53 min | 6 months ago

"vendex" Discussed on Podcast 42

"The gummy bears. These damn lounge flies. I'll tell you there. Some of them are really cool looking but people get obsessed. I saw tiktok today where the lady sold all of her lounge flies wide money. You can get for those. I know i have. I have a couple in my possession that they no longer make. That are going for a pretty penny while. She's in protest of disney. For so. I don't know why i don't remember why. She probably the tattoos. I but she was like instead of cancelling or call into cancel disney. I'm just so my personal disney stuff. So i'm canceling it for myself. I don't expect you guys to cancel it. Well that's cool. yeah. I mean that's what you should do crank but i mean in all fairness i feel that is a very corporate way of dealing with things. Because she's making money off of them right. Yeah but lounge fly does do other properties besides disney. So there's no tell them what she sold but what is. I wasn't really paying attention to it until she said lounge flies. I sold all my lounge flies. Laura i'll sell all my lounge flies when you sell your pops who they could buy another house with that at her. I don't think you should have to sell your lounge flies. I just as a collectible. It's just an unusual collectible much like the tumblers because neither one of those who are useful. Like your pops. I know my the things. I collect keeps me dry in. The rain allows me to have beverages any time of day and it keeps them cold for twenty four hours just because now like eight or for eighty cool. Don't put my tumblers. But that's a yeti wear two at the most at the at a time. Okay you wear to on the front. Why would i need aware to. That's ridiculous They're tiny lesson i have. I have a lounge fly for every occasion. She does and i'm trying to figure out a way to display them because they are display. -able like this is not like a backpack. It's a really cool looking backpack. There's a lot of shells and here. We put him on notice not their full out like i said. There's a lot of shelves here. We can put the money next. Mary poppins at the beginning of the film some of the nannies waiting in line to apply for the nanny position. We're actually stuntman and drag. Oh i knew that back back. To where like shakespearian days were only men could play our parts. No no no no female stunt men like when the wind comes in and they get blown away and You know they kill the nannies dump man right so i had guys who got blown away because they were properly trained how to roll talking roll. We'll lose female stuntman now. Okay laura navy stunt women stump persons you don't know the pronouns but their female stunt women are stuntman than they would be not limited could be day stunt persons or them start person so you need to be more sensitive and click myself anyways next back to julie. Andrews agreed to make the film after she was rejected. For the role of eliza doolittle in the film version of my fair lady to its she had played on broadway and created the role on broadway and both the west end in london. Hthe like frank welker getting told he wasn't the right voice for matron in transformers when he originated the voice. Yep it's exactly like that. Just like that and think that julie anders would have been the caliber of. I don't have to audition. well remember. Mary poppins was her like that. In the sixties that came out for sound of music. Yeah she had filmed. Mary poppins before sending music because while she was on the set for santa music she actually used to sing the songs from mary. Poppins to the kids ochre. I don't know i don't know the time line. I mean clearly. We're like back to back years. It was like sixty one and sixty two came out before. Sobe yeah get. That was a joke urine sob. I saw clinton early andries meeting the actual von trapp leading. Oh yeah maria maria yes and she was like so how did i do. And she's like well you don't know how to yodel ha so she had to teach julie andrews having yodel. Oh i love it. Love it The same that was used for mary poppins was the same set and princess diaries and it was re it was later. Renamed the julie andrews except renamed away. At least she knew where she was going on the set while she was in the movie no It took the took. The sherman brothers robert and richard sherman It took them two and a half years to write the music for the film But they were also writing and they were completely unaware that the studio did not actually have the rights to the book so they were writing the music and they thought everything was cool and then they found out later than just kidding. We didn't even have the rights but we totally had you do it because we had faith well in saving. Mr banks only took two hours right. The music yeah. They added that portion. Yeah oh the step in time dance sequence was originally stated to be nine minutes long but the director tried to cut it down to To to after fearing it was too long. When walt disney found out he actually decided to add more elements to the sequence and extended fourteen minutes. Now it's fourteen minutes in move. It's fourteen minutes movie. Yeah i remember it being really long the member for fifteen minutes to wash them do one second time step time. It's amazing you can go to the bathroom during that ed comeback at. It's just right where you left off. That's true that's true now that i think about it. Yeah it's still not as long as two chitty bang bang. The walking stick dances sin. Chitty chitty bang bang where they had the guy that like kids. Yes yeah the creepy dude Creepy pedophile dude. Yep that's the one okay. I remember liking it as a kid and then like a couple of years ago. I like joslin. Sit down my youngest. Sit down and watch t chitty bang bang. It's an old movie really good and it's not good not a good movie. I think they changed it. I thoroughly injuries. And you weren't high anymore. Whatever it's like movies on movie nothing happens. It has an intermission. That's not true. They make it has an intermission. It has an intermission. They make toot sweets. They should not have an intermission in a movie like that. This isn't the ten commandments. This isn't titanic or gone with the wind. Now it's chitty chitty bang bang and trust me. You need the intermission. can you believe the child catcher. Hotak kid oh. I need to go movie chitty. Chitty i love you. It's a michael scott film. Dick vendex notorious. Cockney accent was partially to blame on his irish vocal coach. Pat o'malley who according to him didn't do an accent. Any better than i did. So i could play you pretty much know. By the time of the film's star. Studded premiere relations between peeled travers and walt disney studios. Were so frosty that. She wasn't even invited. She had to ask disney per for permission to attend. It sounds like she's just real difficult to work with. However travis is a state granted disney the rights to produce the mary poppins sequel under.

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"vendex" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"vendex" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To expose the political fakers, fixers and takers to help you make sense of it. All That person is damn Croft, and this is the damn profit show. Welcome back to the Dan Cross Show. This is Jim Yury. Oh, sitting in and we have Jeff Kilburg, Who's the CEO of Cake and Financial? Also CNBC contributor. Jeff and I have done a lot of work together on CNBC. He's a futures trader, market analyst. And you guys, not from the Midwest. I'm not sure this joke broadens out to the whole country wide. But around here we everyone. You know how you can tell someone went to Notre Dame because they tell you within the 1st 10 seconds, So I'm just going to get that out there real quickly kept with the Notre Dame and did play football there for Lou Holtz. And we are gonna talk about sports a little bit in this talk to Jeff. But first we're gonna hit finances and I want you let's start really broad. And let's look out to 2021. What do you want here? Let me put it this way. Over the last eight months, One of the themes been pushing equity markets, particularly or any other market. You wanna talk about it? What are the themes that are pushing it today and then out in 2021? What's going to be pushing financial markets, particularly equities? Well, Jimmy always great to be out of my friend. Yes. Would you go back over a decade, talking markets, arguing flight debate but also give each other some jazz and having a hard time. That's what we do. We bust chops, but being here in Chicago, you know It is an extraordinary year. But what we've taken away from this year Jimmy and 2020 giving interesting. Let's go back. We'll think of the history here. What happened post recession post, 2000 and 2009 months. The great recession. We saw a lot of Passive index. If you're just long yesterday, if I were you did Okay. And now all of a sudden in 2020 things have really changed for all the reasons we talking about. We're not gonna talk about obviously having to wear their pandemic on hand. I think you know that one, right? Jimmy 2020 is that If you have proper exposure to certain sectors, I think that's been a winning recipe. Maura Important. Do you see the way from some of the sectors if you have not? Had exposure. Some such is that also has been part of the winning recipe. So we look at some of the sectors that continue to prevail. We talked about Tech tech still his number one. We run a lot of each model portfolios not to get too wonky there. But while we're trying to do is figure out Where there's relative strength, which secretary veal in strength and more important with secretary thing weakness, So we talk about text. We talk about medical devices. You talk about home construction. These all kind of some of the sectors we can unpack and talk about some of the specific names that are inside of these each. Yes, but we understand that energy has been one of the worst sector's year to date financials that really struggled and figure banks. They're finally get a little bit of optimism. But my point is Talking about 2020 That really sets up 2021 for Jimmy. We see a lot of the sectors we see. A lot of the themes that worked in Troy 20 persisted in 2021. If agree, or disagree with the federal intervention, the Federal Reserve and all the money that they have taken their balance sheet in a dramatic increase in size ability to help support market. Believe that or not, Jimmy, this is what we're going to get the embrace that you have to have the proper sector exposure to 22. I want to try and seek to produce Alfa. So did you just say that producing Alfa is attacking energy are too that you like a lot and let me put in a denim on that question to you talked about relative strength and tech has been I mean to call it. Relative strength is an understatement. I think that you know the stay at home trade the flock to the stocks with good balance. He trade just boosted those techniques of Yeah, they have relative momentum to everything else and relative strength. But at what point time does that become stretch? Meaning is there at some point, I'm going to be Ah, great rotation out of those names that were the pandemic names, and you know the six names I'm talking about Amazon Google's You guys can fill in the blanks into the broader market. The smaller stocks, the Russell well, look, I know you're much older than me, Jimmy. So sometimes You didn't take it now when I talk too long, so clearly, I went too long. And he did not. She does what you're running from that I don't even I don't think you even said anything. I was like, What do you want? One of my buying here? Kilberg Energy is not effectively on if you would have paid attention, But technology certainly is. So we look at the tech sector by large. You know, you can look at that broader exposure. You're looking xlk that that's what you have to like to talk about. But Tech? Certainly we're relatives say perspective is the number one on our models. Number one for a couple of years, and I think you bring up a great point, and this is really important for active investments understand what the market cycle has been doing. So when you see the thanks, Doc, we talking nauseam about the things that his Facebook it's Amazon. It's Apple. We took out Netflix folks we put in Microsoft and, of course, last week's Google, but those paying stocks Make up nearly 25% of the S and P 500. So where those stocks go, the market goes And on top of that this gets a little bit tricky, but their market cap waited. All that means is the apples of two Children. Our company Amazon, the to turn our company, so they are weighted Maura and that tech Vendex. If you look historically, going back the last five decades, Jimmy an equal ways Judgy longer term will prevail over market cap. Alicia, No matter what your strategy, your approach to the equity markets are, so I think it's this moment. Time you have to consider maybe dimension, summon exposure, not walking away from Tech by the gifted mission from exposure in some of the names that we're looking at are some of the chapters I should say we're looking to rotate into are some of the laggards of 2020 looking some industrial names looking somebody consumer cyclical name. They're really fell out of favor. We stock over 19 years the marketplace. So are you. Are you saying right now? That you believe 2021 Let me let me I'll tell you what I think you said, and you tell me if I'm right that 2021. There's going to be a movement toward like actual growth, the coming back online. Of the U. S economy. Now do you are you s Oh, I got that part right now. When you look at your thesis to I talked about Earlier in the show about how I believe one of the biggest themes is that government spending zero interest rate policy you just a ton of being propped up by the government keeping rates low. And forcing money into risk assets. Is that a broader theme that you agree with his well 100% of Cambridge United agreed on something, Jimmy, but yes, you're absolutely spot on it. It hurts me to even say your spot on but you hit the nail on the head, and that's the whole component..

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"vendex" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"vendex" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Hey I'm Toni Moreland and this is POW podcasts of wisdom from the Simpson developed program but we talk about the latest tech trends and get insight into all of the opportunities available for developers looking to create for. Samsung. On today show I'm view facade, Roya Product. Manager for debts the Simpson Technology that allows users to extend their galaxy mobile device into a desktop computing experience. Not only do we talk about the advantages for developers? Their. APPS for decks. But how he traveled to Australia just before covid nineteen hit and with the borders closed, you can't come back. Enjoy. William Super excited to have with me presided. On the PODCAST I need to I, ask who is Prasada. Hey, thanks for having me I'm a product manager Samsung Electronics. I Kohler. Mobile enrollment than Knox man is products on recently epic. The deck says will and. In. My role I woke with the original teams to enable them. With the what's new with these products, how they can be offered customers? What challenges customers are facing in implementing these solutions on the other side, I work with our auditor James to enhance these solutions based on feedback we received from our customers partners. So how long have you been? Samsung for. A total of six years. Three years with the Samsung America in three years. Absent Dubai I. Didn't realize that she worked in Dubai. Two years and then I moved to something else did you study tech when you're in college? I am an engineer but I studied civil engineering. To considerable exemplary just. Dive Mutu. It I started my career with the as a program on the metering systems es foreign read doing the Y2k era I then moved to Jolla programming languages and I've been working hoax in company in India. For older decade while I was with them was posted to Dubai. A demand is the customer relationships there. while I was in, Dubai came across an opportunity to join Samsung to man is. A large-scale smart learning project where about forty classrooms across the country. Needs to be digitized with the large. Displays in the classrooms and also provide devices was students to consume the content. That was in two thousand thirteen and after completing the project I moved to the mobility side and knocks was just launched the time and I was constituted spread awareness of Knox work with partners. Believe was system just take it to the market and I continued in that role for about three years in twenty sixteen, I moved to the US enjoined a global knock solution engineering team. On since then I've done different roles like Solution Engineering Partner Management Project Management, and now product management. You know recently did a podcast interview with the Knox partner. program. Yes. Excellent. Yeah. I mean it's a great How do partners BELISCE Aleutians get supple than Actually, work with the same thing in promoting solutions it's a nice platform. So you mentioned that you eventually made it to the US tell me where you based out of right now. I work out of our mountain view office. In the bay area we also have The knocked America are US became also operates majority knocks. On auditees engineering the productivity work out of that offices. In is that where you're at right at this moment as of this moment, I'm in Melbourne Australia. My family lives here and I came to visit them mid of margin since then I'm stuck here because of the closures on both sides says continued to work remotely raising, go all the technical capabilities commpany variety index. I can't imagine what that must be. Glad to know that you and your family are safe and that you're able to continue working. Hopefully in the voters will open and you'll be able to come home but I'm just not sure when that's going to be. Let's talk a bit more about decks. Now, what exactly is decks? So Samson becks is a software platform that. Or smartphone or tablet into a desktop computing experience, it is built into many of the latest Samsung smartphones and tablets. It's free. You don't have the by anything all of you to get started using decks just a monitor hits, GMI ADAPTER END keyboard mouse, and with Dr Latest Galaxy Note Twenty you can use decks wirelessly on most of your TV's support meter cast. Of the best part is why you are running backs on the Monitor. You can continue to use your device at the same time. So you're attending video conference on the big screen, but he can also take notes are bras to your emails on your delays at the same time. So I know my first experience with decks was a little a year ago and back then actually had to stick it into a cradle. So you're saying now it's it's made a cast ESPN larger display to MIRA cast wide leslie vendex was launched with Galaxy S. eight. Yes. There were a couple of hardware accessories like a cradle was quite boo Pluggedin v graduated from there wireless activity now there are. Certain limitations, any number of APPS can run a while you're connected wirelessly. But you have the option of just going into a meeting room connecting to a display, AD Leslie and running your presentation software full. So can you tell me where did the name decks come from? What does that mean? Yeah, anything ending with exit? Catchy. Right. But decks is a shot version of a desktop audience. When you activate it by connecting your phone or tablet or monitor you'll get the familiar looking fellow for desktop around meant with features and functions you're used to multiple and recyclable windows, keyboard shortcuts, and dragon draw extra do users to install any special apps or using special API is to enable Samson decks on their devices. No, no special applications required it's pre ability on the device founder You don't have to install anything It just need to devise to a monitor with cable index will launch automatically an IT, administrator around other side can control of the decks experience like allowing this alluring enabling becks and choosing which applications can run index mode. Okay. Can Be done using their preferred em. So definitely for security, that's a an important aspect is decks only compatible with android or is it compatible beyond the android less? So decks can be used in three different variations the to meet various needs i. you can use it by connecting your Samsung android device to monitor all, you can run it in a standalone mode on the tablet screen without connecting to monitor or you can use your pc or Mac by installing an application on the MAC or PC. Do is through USB cable and run decks on your. Laptop or Mac, but the experience itself is powered by the software. In both on Samson smartphones tablets. So what applications can.

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"vendex" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"vendex" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is America's Fora. One Case show on consumer advocate Steve's at all. And, of course, with the Sin Studio as always, America's wealth coach. Bestselling author coach. Pete Dorota, head coach. What's going on, Steve? How you doing? Very well, Thank you. Just trying to, you know, beat the heat. Well, I'll tell you this year is flying to me. Oh, my God. You're crazy year just found out today. The NFL is going to make people if they go If they have football games, they're going to make people show up in cheer with their face mast on interesting. That'll be fun. All the reason. Another reason why not to go to game on? I guess I've always been a fan of TV and you way of you know that there is a lot cheaper. Yeah, Bathroom's closer than they have to get over the bathroom becomes more more important. Yes, correct. Used to laugh about that. Well, evidently, you know, Coach you and I We do the one minute segments that air on a couple of stations in town, and it always seems that when I'll ask you a question, you kind of just get on a roll. And then it's over. I always say, Steve, it's funny how fast a minute goes by, because when I was in school back in the day, remember like in, like, seventh or eighth grade. You're watching that Quark. The other had it alone for a little second hand, didn't seem to move at all. But when we're on the radio, and it seems to get on like steroids and then spin around, there's never enough time even on our show here. There's never enough time to really go into detail and matter fact, we don't really want to go into too much detail because everyone's different. Trying to customize and we need to personalize all the different things we talked about, But I think on here weaken with this show here we could touch on and we'll go a little more detail than my one minute answers. Well, folks don't like to talk, Steve. So, folks, if you want to get a head start, 8886 to 3 88 58 886 to 3 88 58 You can also just text for a one K to 21000 Then we also say, for the first time ever, we're going to offer we've been prevented sometime in the financial lab. Call it put together a very, very special package here. It's called your retirement income tool kit, and it's gonna have all sorts of goodies and we're going to talk about that later on. We're going to be giving away 15 of these on the show today. Oh, great. Absolutely again. Text 401 K to 21000 that get you in right away. And so we're talking about one of the things that we talked about, is people having their portfolios in cash. And is that a good idea right now? A bad idea. Should some of it being how do we know Coach? How do we know it's a great idea when the market's going down? Well, yeah, but, you know, weigh little mistakes really do make big headaches in the future, and I had a special of seminar that I gave in New York City years ago before the crash of 2007. That's along well, and the title of It was little mistakes, big headaches, and I talked about a lot of things that happened. In 78 2009 was in 2006. I was warning people about things that was seeing and a lot of them came true. We'll talk about a little bit of that sometime. Wait around here on the show or next week, but you've got a lot of things you want to talk to me about. Well, we do. And right now, market continues to be crazy swings up swings down every day. Even within the day. There's ups there's downs. And so right now, folks that Aaron that financial red zone Getting close to retirement. Folks are nervous. I mean, I got friends asking me what should I do So cash? All right. So how much cash should you have available and that goes in and we talk about red, green and yellow on DSO yellow account is cash, yellows, yellows accounts would win in the color coding spectrum of the financial world. Yellow is money that you can get to any time you need to. You could go down the bank and said, Give me my money. You don't want to do that with a mask, But you'd never know they might call the police. You have to wear the mask anyway, so yellow is available 100% liquid. It's not going to grow much, though, Steve, because whoever you're investing it with They They don't know where you're going to take it back out, so they can't do longer term investment strategies and they always have to have your money available so they can't put it at risk. So that's why we don't encourage too much yellow or liquid money because you're not gonna earn much and we need to have our money working for us. Because that financial red zone comes and we retire and that money that we put aside. Hopefully it's been growing our life because it's going to have to pay us the rest of our life after we retire, that Social Security Sure. Yes, we have to be very careful about how much we have. But again, it's you feel like an expert when the market tanks and you have all your money cash. You feel like the opposite of an expert. You fill in your own name there if you're in cash in the market skyrocketing, So you have to have that proper balance between risk and safety. Your money really needs to have growth and it has it has to be protected from the downward transit of market all your money. We're talking about all your money. Some of the money can be a risk, but it's got to be protected from downward trends and then has to have in computational to give you a lifetime income that is certain. For the rest. Your life uncertainty becomes a very important term when we reach well, 55 above. I'm 54. And I want to be certain that I haven't come to everybody does Right have bigger because then you can do he could make plans. What good is it to plan a vacation in three years? If you're not certainly gonna have money. Right. So if we can weaken plan are we could make our retirement plans and we can build them around certain money and that he could take the rest of the money after you've built all your plants and gamble with it, because if you lose it all you still have your certain money coming in to do the things you want to do not just what you need to do. We need to build the wants in to anyone who has Children. Grandchildren. You know the difference between wants and needs. But the Children grandchildren don't need everything right, but the basic essentials to be covered. But then we twin, we retire. I really think that some of your wants need to become needs to you need to take a vacation. You need to visit the grand kids. You need to do certain things. Not just want to sew again. We we We sit down with folks like you listening. And put together a plan that gives you what you really need if it's possible, and if it's not Steve, we tell you, it's not. We show you how you can get back on track, because a lot of folks listening Maybe your train's derailed. You do know it. When's the best time to find out yesterday wins Vendex best time tomorrow. So let's get to work on that right now. Today and call us right away. Folks ate ate, ate 6 to 3 88 58 That's 8886 to 3 88 58 Better yet just text 401 K. 2 to 1000 If you're at all interested, text 401 K to 1000 So one of the things that you guys do a capital financial coach when it comes to, you know, money in cash or whatever. It's that tactical management approach. It's that holistic approach that you guys do. That really s O. I mean, I was talking with Parker. You know, a few weeks ago. And he was saying that a lot of clients money We're moving into cash way back in February, when things started to go burp. That's why you pay money managed to manage money. They shouldn't just be putting it aside. Not watching it right. Because you could do that yourself. You could buy an index fund to sit and watch you go up. Go down, Go all around, but you need to have a team that's on your side. That is basically protecting your nest egg because you don't want the extinction of your nest egg nest egg. Basically is your money for retirement and Steve I like dozen or more. That's 13. By the way, if you The good Baker. But I want more than one nest ache. Wouldn't you like to have all different eggs that you can crack any time in retirement that you cracked, Not anybody else, And then.

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"vendex" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

African Tech Roundup

14:12 min | 1 year ago

"vendex" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

"Save we take that for granted she may have to travel hours just to make a single payment in cash to keep the lights on and those are ours that she's not getting compensated because she works on a farm and no one's paying in her time and she's not producing. She cannot get appropriate insurance even though she lives in an area where there baby droughts or there may be floods No one will lend to her to build her business and perhaps worst of all she lives completely in a cash world which means she is invisible to the global financial system and the global financial system is invisible to her and so even she's making regular Taylor payments to keep the lights on or to pay for school. She is not GonNa get credit for that. She's not building any credit history so she's doomed to stay invisible to the global system as long as she's living in a cash world and again all of that makes life much harder and all of that we can change and we must change and if if we can change we can make the whole system stronger and better and more more inclusive for all. That is our vision a financially inclusive of world where everyone has all those tools they need to make it easier to. My mind is a distinction between inclusion and access in. It appears to me. See that most of the efforts that claim the notion of inclusion would probably be better described as access plays as opposed to inclusion plays. Do you see that distinction. I think you are completely right. People talk about financial inclusion often. They measure it in terms of access. And and I think that misses the point. In fact the global Fedex produced by the World Bank funded by the gates foundation is an invaluable tool every three years. They they produce a new version of the global vendex and it is the scorecard by which we measure progress but it is very focused on accents so for example The new new data showed that one point. Seven billion people remain completely excluded when I talk about three billion also talking about people who are poorly served but the people that are completely excluded Are One point seven billion and we made some progress from twenty fourteen twenty seventeen more than then half a billion people gained access to an account. And to your point that's access access is not our vision access is only the first step towards our vision in fact when you dig a little bit deeper hundreds of billions of the people who have gained some form of access turn turn out to have dormant accounts accounts that are not used in more than a year. And if you think about that in your own life You use your financial nanteuil accounts in many cases daily. If you haven't used an account in more than a year you barely know it even exists and what it really means is generally speaking it. Means a government or an employer made a payment to you through in the counts and you withdrew it and now your you just cashed cashed it out and you never going back to that account so you don't even think of that account as as anything worthwhile Access is an important first extended. His only a first step are real. Vision is to help people save how people get appropriate insurance how people get appropriate appropriate credit and and US financial services to manage their day-to-day and of course seize opportunities when they when they get them. I'm that is far far more than excess I I actually. Inner question isn't even more important point. I think sometimes we get lost in the conversation. Conversation around access US and the real prize is making sure people use and benefit from that access. It's not access loaned is a friend of mine COMP- said measuring access is like measuring. I've gym memberships when you're trying to talk about you know personal health. Gym memberships is not the weight of measure an individual's health. I thought that was a powerful analogy. That is that that's one I haven't heard before and it's a good good when I should. I read into the fact that you you know prior to becoming president. CEO Affection you. You're civil servants at awesome would say some of the highest levels attainable within within America chief of staff of the US Securities Exchange Commission For example and then of course you were a senior executive for Citi Group. Would I be right in reading into the fact that you now head up. What's essentially a nonprofit in in saying the rhetoric you've sort of shed so fought doesn't seem top of mind enough at the state level or sort of the government level in most countries and it certainly only become topical for banks or the the the financial fraternity now being that they're being disrupted by by various issues? Shoes is only onset to look to to nonprofits doing impact investment. So there's much in your question of personally. I started out in investment banking. And you're right. I spent a dozen years in public service working both in New York City government and then And the federal government at the Securities and Exchange Commission and then I spent a dozen years working on Wall Street working at Citigroup where I I had a great opportunity to are run a variety of corporate functions. And when you're working in public service you're trying to make the world a better place when you're working you know at a dog. Do you're trying to help. You're trying to make people happy and get other people elected some would argue. Well no I mean for me. I was very much motivated. I I the public service the chance to serve and an inch and try to improve the world and and And I think most people who go into government have that to have that desire and then I have a dozen years at at city where I had the chance to learn about the world and see the the importance of financial services but largely for rich people and large corporations. That's the banking sector serves. And so for me. The chance to work at axiom is the combination of the best of both worlds I e every day I get to try to make the world a better place by bringing financial services to people who really need the and and Again you know I I I I come back to what I started with. We take a lot of this for granted as we should. But for three billion people the global financial system is a complete failure. It's failure to them and for the first time in human history. We have new tools at can really change that. And that's that's that's what excites me. Every day I suppose My questions really. One about incentive incentive right and. I don't want you to perceive it as a low blow to to sort of beat distrustful of of civil civil servants. But I I suppose supposed issue for me or my question to you is really. What did you learn to bought incentives misplaced incentives perhaps poorly framed framed incentives totally out of touch incentives that basically constitute governance in many countries? And then of course the deep unfortunate Incentives you know often hard nosed capitalist incentives that assets within sort of global financial. You no giants and I suppose given given you've been an old threes sort of scenarios now in a nonprofit sort of impact investment role. What have you learned about the importance of of incentives? Or perhaps when they're poorly sets what the consequences can be. It's actually a great question. I I have now. Travelled to nearly ninety countries around the world and I have spent a lot of time and and I do appreciate that a many governments do attract people for the wrong motives and so there are many people that that See the chance work in government as a chance to benefit. Personally I have not had that experience I worked again at pretty high levels. In in your city government doing economic development and then at the Securities and Exchange Commission and. I have many friends who worked in in high levels in the US government. And I am a a big believer in public service and I think there's it's a noble calling and I think you can have a great impact and I think most of the people I've met who have chosen that to suspend some or all of their life in public service are choosing it for the reason so I am i. Am I blind to people who go into government for the wrong reasons. Absolutely not But I do think my experiences most of the people Who who take on roles in public service are are motivated to do the right thing and then I submitted my question is more on the systemic issues the observed? Now I and I I was going to get to the other set of questions is I did spent spend a dozen years working in a large bank and I do think. Large corporations have enormous power and impact And they are organized around maximizing profits and all the incentives are aimed at that and I think I think that's a powerful and I think you can harness that. I very much enjoyed my time and learned a great deal but I did. I did and then have the opportunity and took the opportunity to work in a global nonprofit that for me personally combines. The Best of both worlds where you've got the pub- a public purpose of trying to make the world a better place and you've got the double bottom line. We're trying to not only have a great social impact but show you. You can do it in a sustainable and a scalable and therefore a profitable way to maximum by saying you have a bitter incentive regime for our mission absolutely absolutely but don't get me wrong We do a lot of work with big financial institutions and you have to appreciate eight that our goal our vision of naturally inclusive world is. We're trying to change the world for three billion people We are a nonprofit if it we we are supported by very generous philanthropy but to change the world for three billion people all the philanthropy in the world is insufficient mission to that task so very much a part of ex-cons mission is to work with banks and global companies to get them interested trysted in meeting the financial needs of the poor. So I appreciate your line of questioning is very interesting about incentives. I think I think part of excellence mission. Shen is to show you can have a huge social impact and also a healthy roads return and that is how we will attract investment vestment and that is how will we will attract innovation and that is how we we will attract partners who will begin to see those three billion people as has a big market opportunity. And so we're trying to harness the capital's earth not criticize it disrupt it. Well well no disrupted is a a whole different thing. I think much of the innovation we're seeing is highly highly disruptive but it is still leveraging investment and leveraging changing the corporate world. I don't see any other way to have a sustainable and scalable impact in the world without partisan business. Gotcha look I'm a pragmatist. I happen to agree with you. I just thought it's always interesting to us. Especially someone like your resists given how you've you'll you'll career so far has spanned three very interesting but very different and frankly very differently incentivized LOCALS OF POW how within global finance you know so it was quite interesting for me to hear your take on that but perhaps for people who on familial action. Here's your opportunity to sort of breakdown group structure I have in front of me a couple of PDF's that's quite impressively put on three or four pages everything you you guys have. Invested in and essentially give an idea of what your focus is in terms of growing portfolio and also engineering during the future quotes inclusion as you define it so let me take a little step back first before I talk about what we're doing today day to just give you a little bit of history. Exit exit started in nineteen sixty one again. A note a global nonprofit Our work began in Venezuela even though we were at a US based organization and we largely were a private sector Peace Corps which was quite extraordinary. 'cause nine hundred sixty. The Peace Corps did not exist in fact our founder went on to run the Peace Corps. I later on. And we spent a dozen years in Venezuela and then in several other Latin American countries basically doing community development and in the very early nineteen seventies. We said our clients need more than community Hyundai Development. They need capital so we started experimenting with making very small loans to the poor and we found that they could repay in loans ninety seven percents of time a statistic that has held up over several decades since then.

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"vendex" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Podcast first question comes from John Seaman. Ninety two he says what's your New Year's resolution. Oh Martin do you have one on in. Do you believe in them. You wouldn't be. I feel like you don't give a fuck about New Year's resolutions no not really My family has a tradition where we eat mashed potatoes black eyed peas and SAUERKRAUT On New Year's so Lucien fucking Ukrainians been weird chip but go on. I don't care I don't care I didn't make a new year's resolution allusion amid myself a January Resolution kind of I I Am Doing Dry January on but stuck with that being said it's it's there's a little astro. There's a caveat there where it's not true dried January. I'm just not buying any liquor beer if it's somehow ends up with me then you know all's fair in Love War I'll drink the shit out of that like Underpin Gangland tonight and and The reason I'm drinking it is because I bought it for my youngest brother on when he was home from college and he forgot it at my house so it's now mine and So kind of doing a half dry January honestly this kind of what else you. It's a financially sound resolution. I guess I yeah. You're just a moot for a month I I I can get behind it My resolution is I think the resolution I came up with was to be less passive because I feel like a lot of people like I'm really like a people pleaser and I try and please everyone wants Johnson. I over plan and say oh I can do this. I'm like no I'm just GONNA chill ow. I'M GONNA go watch Something on netflix aches. No thank you you so I think that was my resolution to be less passive and a pushover and try and like you know. Make more time for me. That's it's GonNa be. That's my new year's resolution so I'm pretty pretty stoked on it but if Martin was like hey we need and this right now I probably yeah sure but Right now okay okay okay. That's that's best for you. Okay all right next question. See Beers. Seven says does Martin at K. Mart Marin Reply K. Mart K. Mart since are they around Shit Dude Avenue K. Mart since the Giraffe in the middle of the store and I used to buy Legos from what was the last time I was at Kmart. But don't work there. Okay no confirmed. I wish I did actually kind of sick because it'd be like kind of like a weird trashy pickup blind and then you'd be like what they still exist and then you're in that's all that's all that's all. He needs to rare job to have honesty like a specialty job. Yeah it's like What's it called the The white great white buffalo of jobs. So it's pretty pretty pretty good next one one Sam June pretty pretty pretty good Sam June two one. Seven says Fuck Paul. Paul GPA. Not a question but I feel like Martin would agree. Yeah man I mean if Y'all been longtime listeners of of the show depend defended Paulie His entire time Manchester United by about a month into the season. I'm just absolutely sick of him and You know he's he's got that whole injury. Excuse I mean let's fucking Grove set boy And he really doesn't offer that much to Manchester United. When he's on the pitch is featured six is times in total this year but he's perfectly fine? Go into Weddings he's perfectly fine dancing with babies and he's perfectly fine doing his bullshit social media Shit Shit so yeah paw-paw can go fucking self right to Real Madrid I think he's a plague to this club and Him and Neymar are the picture. Perfect representation Asian of how shit modern football so. Yeah I'm right there with you. Did Fuck Fuck fuck it. It's a man or gentlemen lad lad That's all we picked last people forget. We're we picked it because of the gender gender neutral that's why we picked it Next question comes from Sweeney Junior. He says one player. You liked each of your teams to buy this January Martin O.. Did I've been shouted dreaming. It saying saying it whispering it than anyone who listen If I had to choose wanted to be Jackie I absolutely love that boy. I mean with his short Shin Guards his fucking bad as hair and then not to mention. His style of play is so energetically creative and beautiful. He he just looked like he's floating with the ball. Always finds the right pass creates a ton of space for his teammates himself. the defenders. It doesn't matter if he's going up against city defenders Liverpool defenders or Shit Club like United Defenders. He's GonNa find a way to force that ball where he wanted to go any just scores. Some World Lose Jackie boy come to the United and my Second Choice Maya backup prom. Date is James Madison. He does everything that Jag Jag. Grilles does but is a touch more expensive but also a touch more proven. Oh and I don't think Jack Reliable ever leave Aston Villa which I respect to the bottom my heart. So those are my two wish-lists wish list players. What about you do? I would just like a centreback. Just one Hayes. Asia finally any type of defender I really love that bad ass. Turkish dude I can never pronounce his name on. Lester who looks like Lord Farquaad But he's a bad ass Cy Young to thank you. I was going to try and go for it but a nope wasn't gonNA go. But yeah he I don't think he's GonNa be leaving Leicester Anytime any time soon. But he he if I if I could pick one it'd probably be him because he's pretty pretty sick Next question Boyd M Riley says is one transfer for each of the traditional top six plus other interesting teams last year in Everton We did menu and Arsenal so we can just hop around quick big Liverpool. Pretty Sound Man City need better defenders Probably a new center defensive of mid would probably be nice They use like a cool Bali which will be really good for them. But I don't think they'd get him like the summer for you. Know like ninety million dollars or something Chelsea I feel like they need a striker. So who's the Guy Well yes what's his name just went to Dorfman the the really. What's it called? What's the guy from Dorfman who just All fucking Uh aw from Australian Oh early early in Holland I got. Yeah yeah he would have been really good like you would have been good for Chelsea. They need like a good striker. I'm trying to Marin you go ahead is are you in terms of the top teams. What do you think needs what Liverpool who doesn't need shit and they do need to stop complaining about their lack of debts because they have plenty of it Manchester City. Like you said. I think that they need a top-class. The defender on especially with the retirement of Vincent Company on the Injury Report and the realization that Johnstone's and ultimately you're pretty dog shit also Mendis Pretty Dog Defense Defense Defense. For Manchester City Cutler. Bali is obviously one of the best defenders in the League but I could also see them. Go for a just giant Lyndon aimed like a veron or Martinez Because those those guys are just out of this world good end. Manchester City regularly breaks the bank to do that. Shit so I think that is centered. Defender is definitely one of their targets on for Arsenal. I mean I think you hit the nail on the head you still need a defender For Chelsea I'm GonNa go opposite direction. I think that they're attack as bad as a love. Tammy Abraham as their a sole striker I love Their wingers they kind of do a little shuffled switch around each time the play whether it's Mason Mount Will I am Pedro Christian Pulisic. I think they're pretty settled up front. I think VINITA fucking goalkeeper because Kappa is dodge it. I'm all about that. Train and and Donham Tottenham I think I think needs a midfielder a better midfielder the option than Sasako I think that they really shit the bed. WHEN THEY LEFT LEAD MOUSSA DIM Bayliss Lee for China last year? I think he brought a whole lot to that team. In terms of the tenacity and skill in the midfield to suck of justice not assess Vigils linked up Toby Alta water water water water water water water with a law global Until two thousand twenty three John is obviously solid Davidson Sanchez You'd get what you get with him and They're wingbacks are pretty the damn good Gazzaniga I mean he's he's a decent backup who knows if he goes ever GONNA be the same. So I think Tottenham definitely focus on that midfield gender in their attackers obviously damn good Offend hit all the top six limoges throw in Leicester for shits and giggles I'd say they need a all Mansi Love Lester and I think all the players in that team in each position are so good but obviously There's improvement for each one. But I I think that chemistry so good between Peres Jamie Vardi James Madison Harvey FUCKING DOC in. What's that other school that I always think of Harvey Something Harvey Barnes Benca while your retailers? I think this is a bad as team Amo so I guess you would just go for improvement in a certain position and this is just because this is the worst player on the pitch in my opinion Johnny Johny Evans are getting better defender. Yeah I think I think it was all around pretty good. That was a pretty loaded question. So yeah where do you go Martin. I'm you know now thanks to Doodoo. I'm next question Sped Lucas says too hard. Can I just like come up to Boston. Get up here soon. All right Sped Lucas says Is Veron underrated World Cup winner. four-time Champions League winner in Virgil van. Dyke is considered sittard. A goat defender Muslims it's a mix of underrated versus overrated and Braun has has Obviously proven himself in leagues in international play and in our club international play while Virgil vendex on his second season of being great. I'm so I I guess you can call them. Underrated Seeing as he is literally two months younger than me and a four year younger than Virgil Van Dyke and yet he's been performing coming at the top level since he was eighteen years old he benched pepe at eighteen for that. For God's Sakes so yeah Rafael Verona's criminally underrated. I Know Kevin and I said for quite some time. And we've come up with our lists of best defenders in a world of Ron has been on it so yeah I think he's. It's it's a a mix of underrated versus recency bias. I mean if one person does great in front of your eyes and you watch him every week and he does great we just you. You laugh all the praise on that man while ignoring this proven superstar that is ron so yeah he's damn good doesn't get the respect that he deserves. Yeah I it definitely agree. I feel like we have so much of a Premier League bias especially US and we're not seeing Bertel Dyke is. I believe the best defender in the world. I feel as though variety and gets you know not as much shy because you know we're Real Madrid face Real Madrid for so long was Renaldo. The face of Liverpool is.

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"vendex" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"Podcast first question comes from John Seaman. Ninety two he says what's your New Year's resolution. Oh Martin do you have one on in. Do you believe in them. You wouldn't be. I feel like you don't give a fuck about New Year's resolutions no not really My family has a tradition where we eat mashed potatoes black eyed peas and SAUERKRAUT On New Year's so Lucien fucking Ukrainians been weird chip but go on. I don't care I don't care I didn't make a new year's resolution allusion amid myself a January Resolution kind of I I Am Doing Dry January on but stuck with that being said it's it's there's a little astro. There's a caveat there where it's not true dried January. I'm just not buying any liquor beer if it's somehow ends up with me then you know all's fair in Love War I'll drink the shit out of that like Underpin Gangland tonight and and The reason I'm drinking it is because I bought it for my youngest brother on when he was home from college and he forgot it at my house so it's now mine and So kind of doing a half dry January honestly this kind of what else you. It's a financially sound resolution. I guess I yeah. You're just a moot for a month I I I can get behind it My resolution is I think the resolution I came up with was to be less passive because I feel like a lot of people like I'm really like a people pleaser and I try and please everyone wants Johnson. I over plan and say oh I can do this. I'm like no I'm just GONNA chill ow. I'M GONNA go watch Something on netflix aches. No thank you you so I think that was my resolution to be less passive and a pushover and try and like you know. Make more time for me. That's it's GonNa be. That's my new year's resolution so I'm pretty pretty stoked on it but if Martin was like hey we need and this right now I probably yeah sure but Right now okay okay okay. That's that's best for you. Okay all right next question. See Beers. Seven says does Martin at K. Mart Marin Reply K. Mart K. Mart since are they around Shit Dude Avenue K. Mart since the Giraffe in the middle of the store and I used to buy Legos from what was the last time I was at Kmart. But don't work there. Okay no confirmed. I wish I did actually kind of sick because it'd be like kind of like a weird trashy pickup blind and then you'd be like what they still exist and then you're in that's all that's all that's all. He needs to rare job to have honesty like a specialty job. Yeah it's like What's it called the The white great white buffalo of jobs. So it's pretty pretty pretty good next one one Sam June pretty pretty pretty good Sam June two one. Seven says Fuck Paul. Paul GPA. Not a question but I feel like Martin would agree. Yeah man I mean if Y'all been longtime listeners of of the show depend defended Paulie His entire time Manchester United by about a month into the season. I'm just absolutely sick of him and You know he's he's got that whole injury. Excuse I mean let's fucking Grove set boy And he really doesn't offer that much to Manchester United. When he's on the pitch is featured six is times in total this year but he's perfectly fine? Go into Weddings he's perfectly fine dancing with babies and he's perfectly fine doing his bullshit social media Shit Shit so yeah paw-paw can go fucking self right to Real Madrid I think he's a plague to this club and Him and Neymar are the picture. Perfect representation Asian of how shit modern football so. Yeah I'm right there with you. Did Fuck Fuck fuck it. It's a man or gentlemen lad lad That's all we picked last people forget. We're we picked it because of the gender gender neutral that's why we picked it Next question comes from Sweeney Junior. He says one player. You liked each of your teams to buy this January Martin O.. Did I've been shouted dreaming. It saying saying it whispering it than anyone who listen If I had to choose wanted to be Jackie I absolutely love that boy. I mean with his short Shin Guards his fucking bad as hair and then not to mention. His style of play is so energetically creative and beautiful. He he just looked like he's floating with the ball. Always finds the right pass creates a ton of space for his teammates himself. the defenders. It doesn't matter if he's going up against city defenders Liverpool defenders or Shit Club like United Defenders. He's GonNa find a way to force that ball where he wanted to go any just scores. Some World Lose Jackie boy come to the United and my Second Choice Maya backup prom. Date is James Madison. He does everything that Jag Jag. Grilles does but is a touch more expensive but also a touch more proven. Oh and I don't think Jack Reliable ever leave Aston Villa which I respect to the bottom my heart. So those are my two wish-lists wish list players. What about you do? I would just like a centreback. Just one Hayes. Asia finally any type of defender I really love that bad ass. Turkish dude I can never pronounce his name on. Lester who looks like Lord Farquaad But he's a bad ass Cy Young to thank you. I was going to try and go for it but a nope wasn't gonNA go. But yeah he I don't think he's GonNa be leaving Leicester Anytime any time soon. But he he if I if I could pick one it'd probably be him because he's pretty pretty sick Next question Boyd M Riley says is one transfer for each of the traditional top six plus other interesting teams last year in Everton We did menu and Arsenal so we can just hop around quick big Liverpool. Pretty Sound Man City need better defenders Probably a new center defensive of mid would probably be nice They use like a cool Bali which will be really good for them. But I don't think they'd get him like the summer for you. Know like ninety million dollars or something Chelsea I feel like they need a striker. So who's the Guy Well yes what's his name just went to Dorfman the the really. What's it called? What's the guy from Dorfman who just All fucking Uh aw from Australian Oh early early in Holland I got. Yeah yeah he would have been really good like you would have been good for Chelsea. They need like a good striker. I'm trying to Marin you go ahead is are you in terms of the top teams. What do you think needs what Liverpool who doesn't need shit and they do need to stop complaining about their lack of debts because they have plenty of it Manchester City. Like you said. I think that they need a top-class. The defender on especially with the retirement of Vincent Company on the Injury Report and the realization that Johnstone's and ultimately you're pretty dog shit also Mendis Pretty Dog Defense Defense Defense. For Manchester City Cutler. Bali is obviously one of the best defenders in the League but I could also see them. Go for a just giant Lyndon aimed like a veron or Martinez Because those those guys are just out of this world good end. Manchester City regularly breaks the bank to do that. Shit so I think that is centered. Defender is definitely one of their targets on for Arsenal. I mean I think you hit the nail on the head you still need a defender For Chelsea I'm GonNa go opposite direction. I think that they're attack as bad as a love. Tammy Abraham as their a sole striker I love Their wingers they kind of do a little shuffled switch around each time the play whether it's Mason Mount Will I am Pedro Christian Pulisic. I think they're pretty settled up front. I think VINITA fucking goalkeeper because Kappa is dodge it. I'm all about that. Train and and Donham Tottenham I think I think needs a midfielder a better midfielder the option than Sasako I think that they really shit the bed. WHEN THEY LEFT LEAD MOUSSA DIM Bayliss Lee for China last year? I think he brought a whole lot to that team. In terms of the tenacity and skill in the midfield to suck of justice not assess Vigils linked up Toby Alta water water water water water water water with a law global Until two thousand twenty three John is obviously solid Davidson Sanchez You'd get what you get with him and They're wingbacks are pretty the damn good Gazzaniga I mean he's he's a decent backup who knows if he goes ever GONNA be the same. So I think Tottenham definitely focus on that midfield gender in their attackers obviously damn good Offend hit all the top six limoges throw in Leicester for shits and giggles I'd say they need a all Mansi Love Lester and I think all the players in that team in each position are so good but obviously There's improvement for each one. But I I think that chemistry so good between Peres Jamie Vardi James Madison Harvey FUCKING DOC in. What's that other school that I always think of Harvey Something Harvey Barnes Benca while your retailers? I think this is a bad as team Amo so I guess you would just go for improvement in a certain position and this is just because this is the worst player on the pitch in my opinion Johnny Johny Evans are getting better defender. Yeah I think I think it was all around pretty good. That was a pretty loaded question. So yeah where do you go Martin. I'm you know now thanks to Doodoo. I'm next question Sped Lucas says too hard. Can I just like come up to Boston. Get up here soon. All right Sped Lucas says Is Veron underrated World Cup winner. four-time Champions League winner in Virgil van. Dyke is considered sittard. A goat defender Muslims it's a mix of underrated versus overrated and Braun has has Obviously proven himself in leagues in international play and in our club international play while Virgil vendex on his second season of being great. I'm so I I guess you can call them. Underrated Seeing as he is literally two months younger than me and a four year younger than Virgil Van Dyke and yet he's been performing coming at the top level since he was eighteen years old he benched pepe at eighteen for that. For God's Sakes so yeah Rafael Verona's criminally underrated. I Know Kevin and I said for quite some time. And we've come up with our lists of best defenders in a world of Ron has been on it so yeah I think he's. It's it's a a mix of underrated versus recency bias. I mean if one person does great in front of your eyes and you watch him every week and he does great we just you. You laugh all the praise on that man while ignoring this proven superstar that is ron so yeah he's damn good doesn't get the respect that he deserves. Yeah I it definitely agree. I feel like we have so much of a Premier League bias especially US and we're not seeing Bertel Dyke is. I believe the best defender in the world. I feel as though variety and gets you know not as much shy because you know we're Real Madrid face Real Madrid for so long was Renaldo. The face of Liverpool is.

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"vendex" Discussed on Swarfcast

Swarfcast

14:45 min | 2 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on Swarfcast

"And then what made you wanna move move back. You were just you were just tired of texas now. Actually <hes> i loved the area. <hes> you know the older i get i i i don't you know erie is <hes> is the snow belt capital of the world so i enjoy the the nice warm weather down there air but <hes> take a step back and looking at my future with our business in where things were going. The plant was setup his though it was a department down there so a lot of our sourcing decisions. Those type of things were being made. You know up in hearings so lazy to learn more about the business in a variety of everything that we do. I thought it was good for my development it to come back. I see okay and your brother. He also works in the business. So did he go into the business. Before you wake came into the the business i came into this a little bit earlier than what scott did but about the same time okay but he's older than you. Scott is three years older older than me and <hes> kiki is more on the sales side of things in the company and i'm more on the operation side of things and and what was it like working with your dad. I got to spend a little bit of time with him. Just a couple of times and i always thought he was really smart. <hes> then funding funding guy what was it like my dad was <hes> was the great visionary of the business and he was always always thinking ahead on things that that we should be doing and he wasn't afraid to try those things and <hes> you know from <hes> facilities to people development email being progressive being a leader in the industry he he was so involved with the p. M. p. a. n. D. relationships it that he made there and being able to collaborate with people in benchmark with people in the association was very important for him. You know a lot of times i would it. Be a saturday or sunday. I would call all my parents home and my mom would say while he's at work and i'd say oh i touch base with him and he would be spending all day going through do the p._m. P._a. benchmarking report that just came out today. It's an annual report man manner we in trouble come monday it anyway but he he was a very visionary guy was he. The one that took you guys out of the acme business away was in fact <hes> interesting story about that. I remember we held an auction in ohio at our we had a building there that was empty. When was this this was believe in about two thousand two and so we we were running at one time we add about thirty acnes and we had a variety of them. I mean we had nine sixteenths to a three quarter. <unk> core machines ancient five eight aglietta cheese. We add a two inch two and five eight tweet chuckers walkers. It might even been more thirty. I don't remember the exact up but for the where we were going in the markets that we were serving the machines couldn't do what with the technology was out there at that time and things we saw how things were evolving with you know index multi spindle machines shooters gildemeister euro turns etc so in the big deal with with the axes back then was getting parts. You know so i'm sure you can you can relate to this so thank thank god thank god that that's not our business getting parts for acmes another big piece of that is you know those machines were based on using to and even though you could serve drives drives on them and and try to do c._n._c. Things it was nowhere near what the technology is today or would. It was even back then so we my dad decided. We're going to get rid of all of our acquis. We're going to have it on. What did you and your brothers say. The way kinda scratched our head at it we were. We didn't know that was the right. I just saved. It seemed like sort of snap judgment. It wasn't kinda like gradual like i wanna say in fact two thousand three might i think it was more more of like in ninety seven ninety eight timeframe it oh this is going back twenty years ago but anyway <hes> we thought it was is a little bit snap judgment but in you know in it heavily your head already heavily capitalized organization as it is now. We're going to get rid of everything that's fully depreciated and we're gonna go out. We're going to have to spend more money so a lot of money. We decided to do the auction and and <hes> i remember the day of the arch and i could not attend it. I was actually down l. Paso at our plant down there and i remember getting a call from one of our employees employees who was a long-time acme setup maintenance guy who went to the office and he called me up and he went harry. Your dad just gave those machines away in. I wanna say game away. I think the lowest he got for the cheapest twenty so it was. I think for twenty five thousand dollars no your dad your your dad was shrewd to sell them then he probably. You probably got a hundred grand for some of them. Oh yeah in iran some that went even for more than that. I mean they were in very good condition so so you know if you would turn the clock back when we did that five years in advance people weren't getting you know five thousand for you couldn't couldn't give them away. They al so in hindsight we kind of thought at the time that we were doing the the sale of those in the auction action that it was a it was a terrible decision. We didn't get any money for him. That's what you scott thought. That's what we thought but at now that i look back on it. It was a very good decision asia and it just it. You know again going back to the asked me about him. You know he was quite the visionary guy he saw the future of the industry where you're going and made a tough decision that he was going to you know this is what he was gonna do and so that's that's what we did yeah which basically transformed everything so so then right after that did you you just called up vendex while at that time <hes> we were predominantly you know we add index machines but we also had shoot us euro turn gildemeister all multi spindle seniors. You already had that back then to we did yes shoots a p._c. <hes> thirty two machines and <hes> you know so we were kind of working with all those folks on who we we were gonna partner with long term and so we yeah we've always still kept the door open with all those folks <hes> but were pry. I primarily a <hes> an index multi spindle skirmishing company full c._n._c. Yeah and we run you know single spindle index machines so yeah so that brings us up to two now you know i obviously you have a respect for some of the other builders but <hes> urine index wchs place why why index well i think <hes> and it's not just index <hes> hydra matt is very very big supplier machine rushing tool owner would we are guidemap machines and <hes> and we also are a swiss machines tore no citizen <hes> but yeah you know all of those folks we want to be able to have our equipment service properly in north america and that's very important to us and and you know as you know machine tools have issues and you need to have someone close by that can help you and continue to work with your people training people now. We'll say we sent our people have been overseas to both index hydra matt and tornadoes and receive receive maintenance training program training set up training etc but still have a player in your backyard thin you know if you've ever been to some of their companies here in north america <hes> they're speaking as soon as you walk in you know if they can serve shared <hes> uh-huh and you've always it seems most the time you guys have had the philosophy of only buying new yeah now we by used equipment you know but we typically were when we get into doing a <hes> you know high volume program program and in a complex component doing it with older technology. That's not reliable can get you into into a world of hurt and you know when you're dancing with with some of the customers that we do you just wanna make sure you're going to do a great the job for brian. I mean what kind of job requires an index like. How much do maybe you can't tell me this. I don't know i like how much how much does a an index user have to get for a piece to to just finance machine like that you you know it. Just it depends a lot of times. What you can do is is you look at what your current book of businesses and maybe you've got a new component your your <hes> your clothing and <hes> you look at what the capacity of that of that asset could be by. Maybe maybe you run some of your current work on it and some of that new work and you wanna flow fully utilize machine typically newer equipment that is you know anywhere from half a million to a million and a half or two million dollars. If you wanna run that shaw minimum one hundred hours a week yeah right otherwise you're not going to get your money's worth it will get. We're not you know we've. We've noticed someone in the united states. I mean yeah obviously people are still buying multi spindles but it seems like sort of swiss <hes> uh-huh turning centers. This become more popular to some extent is it. Is it harder to get get the right. Multi spindle jobs <hes> for a u._s. Company than it was a few years ago. I mean you. You're buying some new indexes but you've also i a- you've you've bought some of the turning centers as well lately right correct you know typically you wanna invest in the multi spindle or the hydra matt with a higher volume complex component and a lot of times. When you take a step back you know some of those components can be made on either machine and he apps take another step back and say okay well which which one's going to be more parts at the end of the day and what is going to be able to hold these tolerances that we need to hold and typically with exotic materials so that's that's kind of how you your your decision now. We do service those markets where we add those mid range orders of you know. I've mentioned this earlier. Whether it's prototype type one hundred pieces you know two hundred and fifty five hundred thousand pieces you know those type orders you know were removed into multi axis swiss machine or a way i also like what kind of work are you have. Some see to hundreds what what kind kind of work would that be the index index laser that is that for the prototypes it can be <hes> you know it's it's more for those mid-range orders that we want to produce in you know another thing about those machines is typically. Were able to set them up. Anywhere from two hours did no more than eight to ten hours on a job and that's the beauty of long's it take to setup <hes> m._s. machine well. It depends upon what you're setting. You know what you were running and what you're going to you know typically. The multi spindle index machine at a minimum is is probably gonna be ten hours and you know there's some cases where we can do it faster again. It just depends upon what you're going to but if you get a semi mike complex part. You're probably ten fifteen hours setup time in hyder. Matt is totally different. The game when it comes to setups so you know certainly the index machines are much more flexible to hyderabad's are and do you think that you're going to smaller diameters now than larger ones or is it just kind of cyclical it l. We typically run the smallest diameters. We might runner. Maybe two hundred thousands of <hes> of an inch in diameter is the smallest we go to <hes> and we all the way up to maybe some in some cases up to three inches in diameter so it is is like kind of a wide range but go ahead is like under an inch inch is that are under twenty kilometers is that these days like what the most parts are done on or i think it's probably more hovers around that twenty to thirty to thirty two you know at thirty two millimeter machine is still very popular machine in our industry yeah right in that range. You can do a lot of stuff.

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"vendex" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"That's someone else a sleeping bag and you're going to destroy and the thing like with, like a mattress or even a sofa pillow, you can kind of blot it up, and thrown it over unless you flipped over there before case, your, your urine on the other side. Over my best friends, they were identical twins, Lori enemy Martin. They knew I with the bed, so it's like leapt over and I really like they made sure I didn't drink after six or whatever I'm in my sleeping bag. I wake up extra early and I totally wet and so but I know I was so scared. I didn't want them to tell her parents, rose. So I flipped it over and then pretend to go back to sleep, and then we woke up and I was like, oh my God, I wet but I went up, so it's okay, it's so weird. Like they just shame that kids have and all kids, have this. I mean, a certain amount of it is healthy. I don't know if kids today are like this. I feel like they would get any like, like you said, you wet the bed they'd be like fuck you old man. I should sue you or something, right? I remember like. Seeing Jamie's kids and, and how free they were in like, Kevin like I think shit his pants or something. And in, like instead of it being horrifying. He was like, telling his friends and laughing about it, and it was like a joke, and I was like, God, I wish that's what child hood was like, like where it's like it's no big deal. You know, like he's like bragging outages friends, because it's funny Kevin just loves being funny, but, like it wasn't a terrifying. Shame. I mean, now maybe he'll be mad at me know what are the gyms as he listens to this, if he did he probably shit on his ipod years ago. You'll find the dial. But I mean just that they're so free and comfortable, you know, I know where you're like, I remember, you know, you have these little, I guess it's called the shitty childhood, but you as an adult you have these snapshots where you just look back at yourself at that moment, and you go. Wow. What the fuck I say with the wiz on everyone stuff. Just crazy. Shame. But here's a weird one. It sounds like nothing. But it just it all these things that sound like nothing are just little glimpses into where you were at emotionally. I was over at David Bendix house. And David Venditti had a dad, that was like the scary dad. We all have the friends that had the scary dad, I got God willing. I'll be the scary dad one day. Scary everything else. But there was a friends ears, it had like the scary dad, like there was, there was drunk, dad. There was the distracted dad. There was a super cool that he's the one that's going to drive and you can watch concert, and he's gonna wait outside in the parking lot, and that kind of stuff, and then there was scary, and David Vendex's dad was scared ad. I'm sure it wasn't a bad guy. But he just would come home, and then a big mustache, and big hairy forearms, and he'd do a lot of you know, what's going on where, you know, who's car bikes out, you know, like that God and one day he got a band badminton set. And, and we're just hitting the shuttlecock over the thing, and I was holding when it was, by the way, it was one of these things where the net the birdies or the shuttlecocks four rackets, the whole thing was like nine ninety five and he set it up and your backyard, little Tim polls, the net and everyone gets cheap pizza shit. Low rack whacking stuff back and. Forth..

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"vendex" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Isobel healthy until miss Chris Plante, special guest host for politics, the great WLS AM, eight ninety. All right. The greatest injustices proceed from those who pursue excess. I think we saw some of that today with our brand new AG. The office of the attorney general file a motion for leaves file a petition for mandate with the voice of cream court. In conjunction with the special. Prosecutor Kane county state's attorney Joe McMahon in the matter of the people of the state of Illinois versus Jason Jason Van Dyke. I don't think he spent a lot of time with Aristotle because that was Aerostat will sign the greatest injustices perceived from those who pursue excess. Well, let's talk with one of Jason Van Dyke defense team and get her reaction. Jennifer blog is here. Jennifer, thanks for your time. I know on short notice, obviously, you see this as overtly political. Oh, yes. Definitely. Mandate is an extraordinary remedy. I think the attorney general could cite four different times that they've filed a rid of mandate in the past. So that tells you how rare it is that when assault, and it's usually under circumstances where the judges violated a clear duty. And I I don't think that's the case in Jackson anthrax case. Plus, I wasn't he asked at his presser Kwami Raoul. If in fact, he was going to utilize this this procedure other cases, and he said, probably not well what he actually I watched the press conference. And he said, you know, we'll have to investigate to see if the other cases that we would seek this have to seek this remedy, and and I would defy him defined one case that is similar to this case where it had been sought essentially, isn't he doesn't he want? He wants a the judge judge. God on. Yes. Judge gone to go back and essentially see every single shot as a separate crime. That's right. He wants him to be sentenced on each shot. And he wants it to run it consecutive. In other words, the minimum sentence would then be ninety six years. Did anybody point out to him? Did anybody point out to our brand new attorney general that the jury did have an option to convict Jason dyke of first degree murder, and that would be a minimum of what Forty-five? Yes. Forty five. In reality. This is what's a little confusing about the law. What does it mean? When you get convicted a second degree murder. Would it actually may I found that Mr. Van Dyke was guilty of first degree murder? And Ben this is how the jury instructions work, then you look to see if there's what's called a mitigating factor, and in this instance, they found a was a mitigating factor. And what was that mitigating factor that Jason believed his life was in danger. And that's why he shot, and it seems to me that democracies if we substitute public opinion for rock solid law that really leads to mob rule and and tyranny in my mind. Well, I mean for sure you the main thing I wanted to defense attorney is the same thing that Mr. Barlow will said he wants and that's for all defendants to be treated equally. Right. Whether you're a poor kid from the south side or an fluent guy from the north side, or what are your police officers shouldn't matter the law should be applied equally and. In. This instance, I believe this is political. And this is only happening. He's only making Mr. with only making this argument because Jason's police officer. And it's what this case symbolizes political pressure to to do this because people are upset about the symbols. So you have a week to file an objection. And then the spring court is not obligated to accept the prosecutor's petition. And crab me if I'm wrong. But there's no timeframe in which the supreme court has to issue. A ruling. That's correct. I don't think it would take him very long. But there is no compromise. What are you? What's your gut feeling on how the supreme court my rule on this where they just say forget it? We're staying out of this mess. That's what I think they should do based on me. If you read the attorney general's rid of mundane, it seems like this is a very clear cut case, they say two cases people personally and people versus crossbow, and they argue those cases control, and I won't get into the nitty gritty of legalities of it all, but that's just simply not the case and John gone judge gone. Already said I'm gonna essentially going to sentence him to second degree murder because constitutionally again, if I remember correctly, we have a mechanism in our state constitution for those convicted of second degree murder. You essentially get a second chance. Yes. I mean the legislature carved out a specific sentencing scheme for second degree, murder and that included the possibility of probation. Because of that mitigating factor that earlier, right? That Jason believed his life was in danger when he shot, even though the jurors found that belief was unreasonable. I mean, you can't lose sight of the fact of the circumstances of this case, which are police officer reporting to a crime scene trying to protect the citizens of Chicago against someone who was on drugs, and crazy and had an arm, but would drop it. Now, Jennifer, you probably expected this. How does how does this Van Dyke feel about this is more of the same for him? Well, you know, I haven't been able to talk to Jason today. You can't talk to prisoners upon request you to make illegal phone call request. I mean, he's not shock. I told him that this can happen when I heard rumblings of it last week and the week before we told him that it was a possibility, and the I guess there's a sliver in his mind of hope in as much as when they do send it back, and it does go back to judge gone. Right. Correct. If they want to revisit this. And that's that's assuming this spring court. He wants to go that direction. He could say all right. My sentence. Stands the way. I I already have adjudicated this or I can even reduce the sentence. If you open this up, I can reduce it, right? He could reduce it to the minimum. If it's the same court finds that aggravated battery aggravated battery should have been the crime for which Mr. Van Dyke was sentence. The judge could give him the minimum for aggravated battery which is six years. I just think that revisiting unpopular jury decisions are sentencing based on politics that really seating our systems. Destruction. Most certainly that's why rhythm and is such an extraordinary remedy, right? And and that's why it should be applied in this case. You don't want every case it that politicians don't like to to to take this route. Right. Our Justice system is set up the way, it is checks and balances, and I would argue that the attorney general is stepping on the legislatures does violating the separation of powers and making this argument. Well, jennifer. A black. I appreciate your time is one of Jason Vendex attorneys. We will check back with us. This goes down the road a bit. And we'll talk to our listeners and see how they feel about a directly. Okay. Great. Thanks. Thanks much. We appreciate that back with your thoughts on this at three one two five nine one eighty nine hundred three one two five nine one eight thousand nine hundred. We'll talk about it with you coming up next. You can use that number to call me or to text me. And also, we're going to meet the man soon who Braves Chicago's polar vortex to essentially show us. It's brutal beauty better him than us. We'll talk with him in just minutes. Convictions overturned for ten men framed by former Chicago police sergeant.

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"vendex" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Up on the news at six thirty teacher cuts imminent in Harford county, right once again, BuzzFeed is back at it. And we thought. We'd you know, we'll give you the latest update from our friends at BuzzFeed who are specialize in fake news. Buzzfeed. We don't check the facts we just report then this hour's headlines Harvey Weinstein to host the Oscar Kim Kardashian planes. She's still a virgin. Tom Brady to retire. Super bowl. Buzzfeed. We don't check the facts, we just report them. Yeah. They don't bother double. Checking anything that's obvious from from the folks over at BuzzFeed, Chuck Whitaker turns down smorgasbord that might be the next time line. Why me why me? Anything done anything. It's your whole life your whole life. Is this is your life? Chuck whitaker. Yes. Unfortunately, you've made it that way mistakes. After fifty years of this business. This is what it's come to. Yes. It's a day of shame. It it is it is just a slide out walkout gracefully. Lubar told me. He had plenty of time. When he was under the weather to start writing his his roast of of you also he's these Shahi sharpen his pencil over the last couple of weeks. In fact, I've hired a lot of writers do. He was soliciting donations. The Monsignor and all that stuff. I mean, you know. I'm not gonna tell secrets here. Oh. Yes. So there'd be a lot of folks that will will be enjoying. This is going to be a great great adventure. We can't wait soon as a doctor Liber gets back in studio. We will get going. To me. Eighteen eighteen minutes after you could join us here for ten WTVN six eighty one eight hundred look, I know it's a tough very tough topic. First thing in the morning, I get that. But it's important. I think it speaks to number one. This is a party with no heart. How can you possibly claim your bleeding heart do-gooder, compassionate liberal? And then pass a law like this in New York that allows for abortion for any reason at any time during the entire nine months of pregnancy even Roe v. Wade didn't go that far. It's just it's just amazing to me. This is really just one step shy partial birth abortion. When the baby is partially born alive, and then and then killed even halfway out of the womb. Well, there's going to have to be some kind of a push back. And I'm sure there will be somebody's going to try to take this decision. And maybe. Hope for a stay as far as the implementation is concerned, and then beyond that, maybe even wind its way up to the supreme court for descended on it. I tell you one thing that should happen. And I think one of our listeners just this is a Vendex boy who raise the question can Cuomo receive the Eucharist now this is horrifying this is infanticide. This barbarism is many adjectives as I can describe the Catholic church, the pope, who's a social Justice warrior, the pope should let it be known that any politician. That signs off the producers a Bill that votes in favor of a Bill like that it should be excommunicated immediately. From the Catholic church, and maybe then they'll get their ten should be shamed. Should be shamed. And named an excommunicated, and I should start in New York. And I got cardinal Dolan up there, and you got a number of others in pretty tough. But will they will they continue to give them a pass will the Catholic church continue to look the other way when it comes to this kind of horrific act. I know they'll they'll they'll speak platitudes. You'll say, oh, this is where opposed to this is horrible. But what will they actually do about it? They should be every single one of them in the Catholic. I don't know what to do about the other faith. But of the Catholic church there is a path to do it. It is an and they should start with Andrew Cuomo and go right down the line art at six twenty twenty minutes after the agree or disagree for ten WCBS six eighty one eight hundred WCBS six eighty about our good friends rescued natural supplements. And maybe you started trying to lose some weight for your news resolution were three weeks in and maybe you've hit the wall. And does happen might need a little bit of help. We've got the perfect thing for you. It's called rescue ideal weight. It's going to help lower your appetite be shed, those stubborn extra pounds and for the month of January..

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"vendex" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

07:42 min | 3 years ago

"vendex" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Equity is available now from Bloomberg press. US prosecutors said to be pursuing a criminal case against Hawaii for allegedly stealing trade secrets from its American business partners. Now, the news comes with. He'll always CFO still is on bail and Vancouver and awaiting possible extradition on China. Correspondent Tom MacKenzie joins us from Beijing. Tom. Good morning. What do we know about this investigation? Opens up another front in the US campaign against wa away which on some measures is China's largest company this investigation involves looking at allegations of the theft of trade secrets by the way, that is the allegation theft of trade secrets against companies or from US companies like t mobile, and it's linked to some civil cases including one they think back to two thousand seventeen where the jury found that while I was indeed liable for the theft of robotic technology from t mobile, and what our sources have told Bloomberg is that the investigation is quite advanced. And there is an indictment quite likely on the way soon, and again, it is another area of pressure that will be put on Tibet on way. Which of course is the world's second-largest by make an a major producer of telecoms equipment, and it's theft. It's alleged theft of IP, of course, is central to these talks in these discussions between the US and China when it comes to the trade friction. Is that where the wider fall is? I mean that they Hawas said of the legendary owner there. Yes, he's saying look, I'm a sesame seed in this trade dispute, but that is where the wider the wider full that is isn't it. It is because the company is seen widely at particularly in the US is being symbolic of China's trade or technology ambitions, the fact that it poses a national security risk in the eyes of many certainly in the US and many of his allies now and the way that it's got to where it is. And many would say that that is being through the theft of intellectual property as you say the company strongly denies this. We had the founder CFO or CEO coming out junk face saying that he does not work with youth. Authorities in Beijing and would not allow them to spy on other companies using or countries using this technology they've strongly denied this. But certainly the US campaign to pressure its allies to block wa equipment from its own telecom networks that continues you had the case of Poland arresting hallway employees on allegations of spying. And of course, you still have the CFO of the company who is held on bail in Canada and awaits potentially an extradition case. And so that continues, and of course, the Canadians would also say that the Chinese have taken retire. Allegation against their own nationals who have been traveling to China. You've got two gentlemen, who are being held in secret detention somewhere in Beijing who continue to be held there. We don't know how long they will be detained for they don't have access to lawyers. They get to see officials. Maybe once a month that continues the Canadian retaliation. You also have the case of a Canadian here who saw a drug sentencing drug trafficking sentence increased to the death penalty. Again, Justin Trudeau saying that was an example of Chinese retaliation. So that those cases of sent chills for the business community here, and certainly deteriorated the ties between Canada and China for the moment. China's trying to keep focus on the talks is taking a swipe at Canada. But in terms of how they worked through these issues, and that is a question that remains to be seen. And certainly while we ever get to the stage where it's blocked from US technology. Like, you said see that becomes a major issue for both sides. Tom. Thank you very much in the very latest on night from China to the other side of that trae, which is the United States of American trade was Rafael Albertoni is the head of debt capital markets for Gulf Investment corporation and very clearly lane. The theater of trade wars, the nuances my question to you to bring it into your world is we've got the theater of trade wars. But I would put a team that the fed is listening much more than once we last spoke to one another and they are much more globally aware. Is that a fair interpretation? It is absolutely. A fair interpretation. We had the change in the awarding on the fed in the past few weeks. They understood that an aggressive monetary policy could new radio the economic recovery. Not only in USA, by Inger rested. Their word is to defend this focus on the US should not take care of the rest of the world. Where we live in a word, and the effect of the trade war is already very clear in terms of a in inflation and a reduction investments or at the US. Now, the consequence on all this rhetoric Astra George flipping a whole variety of voices on the fed in its position consequences on the cub. We've got the five ten thirties in the GT live. We will put that up as a reference point conversation with Stephen major the other day said look, I'm going for Kirsty, and the reason being he believes that these next rate hikes if at all are in the long grass we're back at levels that we haven't seen. Since last February is there more propensity in your view to continue the steep. And if so to what level I think, the Cubbies already prising expectation in terms of fed dykes. We are advocating for another. I probably in the second quarter on next year. But we wouldn't be surprised to see. No, I I think the focus for defended. This year is going to be more dinner monetization process off their balance sheet, rather than how many I we are going to have at the moment, we keep a neutral duration position because they're Elliot's already open. We spent a little bit steepening of the curve, but very modest from current level by we are ready to go along with Eurasian as soon as we would have more dovish. Assessment that from the fed the normalization process. I I'm always I love a fast and furious trade. And so there was a chart that caught my eyes you came out to the Saturn is on volatility, and this is about the mov index the Bank of America Merrill, Lynch mob index down for eight days in a row. We haven't seen sweet died on the mall Vendex dot since probably at the back end of last year now that volt drop has a lot of people writing straddles and strangles. In other words, the fed won't move. The great deal ball won't move. Great deal in the bond market is that a smart trade at taking him premium? Fifty million dollars has been taken in premium is that a smart trade for you or got risk? This year is going to be a year of very strong volatility for a number of reasons. And therefore if you are able to play the volatility, I think is gonna this to your portfolio, obviously is going to be very difficult, and you you need to do right to pick the right timing. And this is true for volatility, but also for all other asset classes now we are seeing enjoying and nice railing on risky assets. I think it has reason to continue by not gonna be as three to line is going to be very volatile and the timing. This year is going to be crucial. Okay. That set time is running against this. It's going to be volatile twenty nine hundred. Thank you very much for being my guest this morning that is Rafael about Tony had of capital markets for Gulf Investment corporation being on the show. Not. I'm.

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