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"worker harvard" Discussed on Trillions
"Belts eunice. Our colleague sam potter recently published a story that the moment it's published. We started talking about it and we wanted to bring it onto this episode. What was the story. And why did it catch your attention. It was really story about the fiftieth anniversary of the index fund. And a lot of people really. When they think of the index they think vanguard and bogle which launch there's i believe in seventy six but the real birth of the fund was Four or five years before that and so the guy behind it was interviewed in sam story and this is a there was a lot that was going on vanguard and i think getting at that and looking at that is really interesting but largely look. It's the fiftieth anniversary index fund. This is an etf show ats would not exist. If it wasn't for the index fund so the index fund is sort of the the route which is sprung. All of this all these other things and it's been obviously taken people have taken it and run with it so to talk to the person who is even pre bogle Is really exciting. And we have. Today is named mac mc wound and he'll be joining us from california for this episode as well as sam potter from london this time on trillions meet the man who started eleven trillion dollar index revolutions. Sam mac woken trillions. Thank you good morning. Hello from cinema wine country. Okay sam can you set the stage. How did you decide that this was going to be the story that you were going to pursue. How did i. How did i find match well About six months ago. So i was actually on co with Salam ramji google ahead. Device sheds of black rob and It was just an introductory cool. We haven't spoken before we were just chatting And i was telling him getting really interested in the science of indexing what was what was kind of underpinning the etf tidal wave. If you like. And and he and i said are getting into the history of how the how will bill. And and i said i'm reading capital ideas by by peter bones in you know the history -able straight and he said oh you must know about mcclellan I said i don't actually know that night. And he said the east to you must know this guy this is. This is the guy this is where it started and i have to deal with. I thought i thought it was whatever he said. No it's mac is still around. He's a wine country. Having you know this great life. I said i haven't seen his name in the book and he said keep breathing and then sure enough. I was reading kepler ideas ahead like one of two weeks later. And i read this. The first wedge into the system was driven by a man with a fine scottish name john andrew. Mcclellan mcquillan has a boyish Of had though now grayish white still tumbles down over his forehead. So okay. I gotta i gotta track down a so. Yeah i i sort of tracking down. He's on the board at under biases which coast just getting into the industry now and they helped me Hold back and he was gracious enough to do an interview and it was. I was fascinating stuff matt. Can you rewind the clock fifty plus years now and tell us how did you get the idea for the index fund. Well it's the story is kind of convoluted as long as all kinds of illusionary transformative processes seemed to be. When when i was doing graduate worker harvard. I was a harvard business school. I was working with a professor from from uh sloan school at mit who had collected a bunch of data from barons on common stock on friday closes. And i was doing programming. I had been involved in programming and i. I was fascinated by the apparent discrepancy between the behavior of share prices over time From a normal probability distribution in a nice bell shaped curb while it doesn't actually look like that and fast forward about four or five years. I'm in new york. And i ended up in a meeting through a more serendipity merrill lynch when agip professor jim laurie and professor laurence fisher representing initial findings on return on common stocks. At merrill lynch had funded. And i wound up to her lori. Afterwards i ask a question about these fat tailed distributions as they were coming to be known and he said whoa what we have a graduate student. Who knows something about that subject. That's his dissertation stamos. Gene pharma and one thing led to another. I went out to visit. My family was to chicago. I ended up spending the monday morning. After thanksgiving of nineteen sixty three. I remember vividly. Having a conversation with jane fonda and he introduced me to merton miller and all of a sudden. I realized that this what i was suspicious of was maybe not entirely ill-founded but it was naive relative to what gene was actually working on. Well one thing led to another. And i ended up being asked by an executive and ibm to give a talk at the ibm executive center of san jose. South of san francisco In january of sixty four and in the audience was ransom. Cook who was the chairman of wells fargo. Well i went back to new york and a few days later week later. I got a phone call from from ransom cook and he says i would like to come back to san francisco and meet some of my colleagues so of course i took a couple days off and went back to san francisco and i met a number of people and i went back into ransoms office. Ayso how much. How much are you making. And you're in your drum new york. And i said Six thousand dollars a year and he said I offered you a job for eighteen. Thousand would you come to work for me starting immediately while you could have knocked me over with a feather by get back to new york and i told my wife about this. And she's not exactly thrilled with the long. The short of it is. I took the job and we moved to san francisco and we began to work on. What ransom nicole. The investment management problem.
"worker harvard" Discussed on JuvoHub - Property Management Podcast
"Your work orders are going. 'cause they're all all the time raggi stem in your work orders are going up. You're now you're me size on now. I remember earth. You know when koga verse out managers were complaining to me that you know. The residents were being neat to them. That they couldn't man in age you know defeated and then later on in co-lead they will reporting That it was happening within the internal staff that they were you know. There was dysfunction within their set offs. But look at what happened to them when i get it. We're coming to the end of an everything here is over for us in durham july. Thirty first though. I mean we'll go into another stage here of how incident changed but it's also the land of opportunity that i mean. You got people in very desperate situation. They can't pay the rent. they're not going to be able to pay rent. Time's almost up. So running into situations where there's a tragic year in. Durham that A lot of the applicant edited literally applicants. That come t tell me her. The normal department that they're being victim suffer. Also they gotta find a word adult. That's verbalize asia and it's kind of shocked me. Because i if he if he can't it's paints a or don't go everywhere right but they're trying to jump to another apartment community and they don't have the funds to pay dora. Oh yeah i i. I've often tried to. You know picture what that must be like being on site and in and we know leadership is doing so much. We know a an iron. They've been doing a lot to provide support provide direction and and it's like a and again. Don't wanna be like taking this podcast this show and turning it into a depressive conversation overall but i mean this is just the reality of what's what's being out there and yeah and the effects even though baxter nations and so on are going up and people are able to do more things. They're still going to be some follow for quite a long time to yeah yet. To no oregon. Jonathan let's talk about like. I really wants to want worker harvard because this company all about company culture and the three of us know about that and how we talk to people how we treat each other itchy funds us i mean i'm property manager the tier to start we are getting into the vaults every time the rate we're going to we're going to return emails by the end of the day. Adobe about where. I'm at it's i think it's a positive thing but a lot of companies really and they have tried to keep people motivated. Yeah today is like national apartment onsite day michael. I'm forum was pretty loud on wild already but I mean i'm sipping on this flamingo. Copper reason we had a hinge lunch. We had mango chicken. All zaps room. I come any dead. We had guard accuser. Some sort of caribbean tropical somethin- something going on for lunch and then we play games at had a squirt gun fight..
"worker harvard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To our country right now. They appear to be motivated. In part because the president doesn't like to lose and never admits loss. I'm more troubled by the fact that other Republican officials who clearly no better are going along with this are Humoring him in this fashion. It is one more step in de legitimizing not just the incoming mind Administration, but democracy generally. And that's a dangerous path. Hmm. You know, I remarked about this on Twitter and parlor earlier How the irony of this whole thing is that former President Obama had been briefed by John Brennan on their party's usage of Kremlin propaganda to bypass protocol and then leak this propaganda to the press and then use the resulting articles as evidence to force the FISA court. And other government agencies to spy on their political opponents, All well, accusing other individuals. And it was just the height of irony to hear him say this now we the question to me, isn't If there's widespread voter fraud, it is okay. How? How widespread, is it? That's the question that I would like to see answered, and I don't know when we're ever going to be able To do that. There have been clear evidence. There's a lot of evidence of fraud. There was James O'Keefe when he was in San Antonio, Texas. We talked to him. Last week he was showing a campaign worker Harvard June ballot harvesting, which is illegal. And it was after this. That Texas Lieutenant governor Dan Patrick dropped this press release, where he is offering up to a million dollars in rewards for voter fraud tips that lead to convictions. He's not playing and he joins us now with the big giant Texas the little flag that they used that the convention behind him, Lieutenant governor of Texas Dan Patrick, Good to see you. Always going to be with you, Dana. Appreciate your time today and this effort to root out voter fraud and you tell me a little bit about this because it's you're you're really trying to incentivize tracking down the people who are who are doing this because it does exist. Right. So first of all, Dana when I listen to Obama and the other Democrats, the greatest illusion that the Democrats have ever created. Is to try and convince America there is no such thing is voter fraud. They know better. I carry the photo voter I d in the Senate in 11 2001 of the co authors and the Democrats would stand up on the floor and say, We don't need a photo voter I d. If the voters booth we know that there's no fraud. They're all the fraud is with mail in ballots. We have them on tape, saying that for years, we all know this exists. And your question is how much is the unknown? Is it enough to flip the election? I don't know, But I do know we need to root it out. We need to hold people accountable and we didn't accurate and fair election count. And so what I did. Dana was developed this model after crime stoppers, and I think most people around the country know about crime stoppers. They offer rewards for people who come forward that lead to an arrest and conviction because there a lot of people dying out there that you would think would come forward if they knew about a crime, but some people just need Be incentivized, apparently. So I'm offering up to a million dollars minimum $25,000 for four, and it may be, you know, one case could be the whole million if it's big enough or several 100,000, but any case that comes forward That leads to an arrest and conviction of voter fraud. Then that's will pay out of the fun data just on this simple premise of mail in ballots. Look at the numbers and you know you hear the mainstream media say. Well, there aren't that many votes and turn around in a recount. Well, partially. That's because for the most part, I wouldn't count Dominion in this the software system that we rejected in Texas that that's in Michigan and Maricopa County in Georgia that there have been using that we rejected because of its problems and its openness to fraud. Manipulation have to jump in there because that was because that's the thing that's being questioned in Nevada in a number of other different states and Texas. You all for saw this and said, No, We don't want that. We don't want that drama. Yeah, we had We had six experts Look at this system in 2019. And when they came to pitch it to Texas, Dana, you know they're salesmen and their text. They had problems with David couldn't fix but we rejected it because we found there were votes that the voter would have thought were cast that we're not. We rejected it because of its openness to fraud or manipulation easily. We rejected it. One case because one of our Experts who tested this equipment, hooked up their cell phone to the U. S. B port and downloaded all the information from the machine to their phone. So I don't trust that the Dominion Systems at all. As I said before, if they were designing software for an airplane, I wouldn't fly on that plane. So so we know again getting back to this mail in case in the voter recount in the past, mail in ballots were small percentage overall. But Pennsylvania, for example. On. I believe these numbers are close to being right. Maybe not exactly right. But in 2016 there were about 250,000 mail in ballots there over 2.5 million this year, and that's repeated throughout the states a tremendous increase in those and so you have legitimate miss takes But more than that data, it just opens it up for fraud. We just arrest our attorney General arrested someone in Texas last week that had 164,000 ballots in their hand. We know it existed for the mainstream media's say it doesn't exist is just a great big lion con job from Obama all the way down to you know who's ever you know, mainstream media. But Dana Here's Here's the issue. The Democrats have brought all of this on themselves. When you lock out people from being able to watch you count the votes, hundreds of thousands of votes. You're bringing suspicion upon yourself. When you put a poster board in the windows where they're counting votes, you're bringing suspicion upon yourself. The Democrats have no one but to blame but themselves in Milwaukee. In Detroit and Philadelphia and Atlanta. It was the same thing. So what are you hiding Democrats? If I were Joe Biden? He says he wants to talk about unity. Of course he doesn't. But he says it Well, then he should say, You know what? We need an honest count. I want to be a legitimate president. I know I've run for election a lot of times. If there's any question about the vote, count them. I don't want any question to be about me winning an election, so the Democrats brought this on themselves. I don't know if it's enough votes to turn it around for the president, but, uh, you're looking at a third of a percent. You know, 10,000 votes out of 5.5 million in Georgia and and a small percentage and in Arizona if the president wins the recount in Georgia and wins the recount in Arizona And the Supreme Court throws out Pennsylvania's Votes that came in after the fact. He's president. So we're gonna count these votes you bring up a couple of really good points were speaking with Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, who is offering up to a million dollars in rewards for voting fraud tips that lead to conviction. This. You mentioned the mail in ballots and how this is This election is so incredibly different because we've never had this many mail in ballots to this extent ever before, and we are woefully inadequate to hand we can't handle because we didn't anticipate our system ever working this way. To you. Does it seem less like people are trying to atone East Republicans and those who viewed all of this is we do not trying to litigate this, too, You know, to the inthe degree, but to protect voting voter integrity in future elections, Because as.
"worker harvard" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Sonny Chili, a high of 43. It's currently 39 in Milwaukee. CBS News brief. We're creating the greatest red wave in the history of president from campaigning this afternoon in Tampa, Joe Biden is also in Florida, where a wind could help him seal the deal. CBS's Caitlin Huey Burns theory coming from the Biden campaign is that they can at least cut into the president's margins and Perhaps win the state. They believe that they could put this race away, Dr Anthony found, she says, we could see the first covert 19 vaccine doses in just a few weeks. I would think conservatively, it would be sometime in the very end of December, the beginning of January. This one's the first Baseball Hall of Fame for Tony LaRussa hasn't managed team and nine years but He's coming back to the field to manage the Chicago White Sox, his first managing gig from 1979 of mid eighties, LaRussa is 76, the first Hall of Famer to come out of retirement to do that now supersedes Dusty Baker is baseball's oldest current manager. CBS News BRIEF. I've Peter Kid W T. M. J News time for 32 from the W. T. M. J breaking News Center Cove in 19. Hospitalizations continue to Klima's medical experts worry about staffing shortages in capacity limits. Chief clinical officer at Ascension, Wisconsin, Dr Gregory Brusco says things are trending in the wrong direction is the overall positive rates go up, particularly initially as they are inevitably, from a percentage standpoint, we're going to see a certain amount of med surge. The state reported 4900 new cases of the virus. Today. Along with 193 new Hospitalizations, a study has found a high rate of asymptomatic Koven 19 infections among grocery workers. Harvard study of 104 Workers from a grocery store in Massachusetts back in May found that 20% tested positive for covert 19. With 3/4 of those being asymptomatic at the time of testing. It says employees whose work involved direct contact with customers were five times more likely to test positive. The study highlights the risk of infection that essential workers face but is limited by its small sample size and that it only took place at a singular grocery store. Gramma lard ABC News Beyond Vision in Milwaukee has been employing the blind and visually impaired since 1903 this year, the company's been able to employ even more people in there Call center thanks to a new piece of software Beyond vision. VP of human resource is Rob Bittner says the software works in a couple of ways rather than being able of you what's on the screen. They're either able Tio here information or some of our agents that read. Braille are able to use high tech piece of technology called a Braille display and actually have the words in the text that were beyond the screen. Refresh on a Braille display. October is Blindness. Awareness Month Jane met NEAR W T M J News. W T. M J News Time for 33. We're discussing the state of politics specifically do you live with? Are you married to are you good friends with someone who doesn't agree with you? Politically, It's so hyper charge now. Does that make it difficulty.