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"wayne pearson" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"wayne pearson" Discussed on Capital Allocators

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

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"wayne pearson" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | 11 months ago

"wayne pearson" Discussed on Wild Wild Tech

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | 11 months ago

Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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"wayne pearson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"wayne pearson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Okay. Dr. Silicate, Karen eyes going to jump in here. Can you've been very patient. Karen's come from Newton. Karen, you're on with Wayne Peters. Marie on OK, just say that Well, let me just say one thing before about Bette Midler. You know, you called her lush ship lounge singer. She realized she had this incredible Broadway with surgeons as Hello, Dolly. She won a Tony Award in 2018. I know I was taking a shot at a can give me a break. I don't know what she had to say was Abysmal. What? Just say where 2 30 ist 2019. I was driving down. Come and Park Parkway. I was running late, I video class of a 15. It was like a clock. And then Oh, my God! I saw this. This eagle flying like, Oh, my God! The bald eagle. It was an existential experience. It it all to hell. Thermite. My feeling about humanity but to see about the eagle in flight with was mesmerizing and already I'm intrigued by Raptors. I love Raptor. And then the young and white Ben Franklin didn't win. This is okay. So there's spring like I was driving down Route nine in a tick, and I saw this wrapped. His body goes like well, so they are Such incredible creatures. And Rachel Carson's selling spring had a big impact on me, Um It had a big impact on the bald eagle population. I guess not only here, but all over the country, Karen That's right, and not just bald eagles. I mean, there were a lot of other bird species that were I believe that I would see a bald eagle in my lifetime and here No, it's called going flight. It was like a golfer getting a hole in one and then the next year doing it again. It's like how lucky can you be? Hey, Karen, I am past my break here. I should have taken it because Normally we have more time, but I can act 1 20 in that's fine. I just It was just it was revelatory experience just to this bald eagle. Let me just put that way there enough. Well, hopefully, you'll see more because of the work of folks like Wayne Pearson on DH what they have done here in Massachusetts. So You could say thank you to Wayne. For those two existentially. I will thank you for all the bald eagles and all the people that worked very hard to sort of get their populations restored. I'm attracted to terrible very well may see more eagles because increasingly they are around. And you can often find them in places that you would not expect to see them. So that's how much does a fully grown eagle way at this point, and what's their wingspan? They weigh anywhere from about 8 £15 there, their wings spread again. Females are larger than males so that the wait is within that range. Females are going to be heavy that bails. They're 6.5 to 7 FT Wing spread. And they're about 3. Ft. Long. I mean, they're big bird. They really are on this slide is is incredible. Karen, as always, Thank you so much. Great. Great to hear your voice. Okay. Thanks. Ah, a little comment on Bette Midler. But I still think she deserved the shot that I gave her a winner. Later. Good night. Take very quick break my guess. Wayne Peterson. Hey, is the director of the Massachusetts important Bird Area program? We're going to try to get to as many people as we can here. If you're on the line, please stay there. Be patient. Wayne's going to take your calls and answer your questions. And I still haven't got to the idea of banding people actually climb up into these trees. They volunteers. They obviously they're professionals in the sense that they know what they're doing, But they volunteers or the government of all of them are our mess chooses wildlife staff. Your staff, your staff. No mass wildlife, Mass wildlife. Okay, so they were state workers, but they go up and they put a small band with a tracking device. Well, it's a little more complex than that. If you have to take a break, do it. Then I'll explain more detail. Coming back with Wayne Peterson. That's we call a tease and radio coming right back or nightside nightside with danwei. Until you BZ Boston's NewsRadio incontinence products. We get it. You don't want to buy him in the store, and you certainly don't want to stand there in the.

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