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"yonkers new york" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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07:16 min | 6 months ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Go to the telephones here on the record will then show Yonkers New York Herald's with us on the phone are you doing here hi how are you doing doing terrific thank you how can I help you well a few weeks ago you spoke about the stock quote part go which went up dramatically during the year and then lost just about all of its value when it was announced that they were not going to go into the index has plans I am wondering if there are any mutual funds or ETFs that specialize in stocks that might be going into the indexes it seems like that would be a good a good bye if there are yeah that's that's a clever motion I mean to help everyone understand what what we're talking about here I made notion of the fact that the very best performing stock of the year became the very worst performing stock from one day to the next when adverse news hit the company and it went from up nearly a hundred percent down on a percentage rather shocking and I use that as evidence of the dangers of investing in individual stocks and also a little bit of a tease as to how indexes work and so that's what Harold asking about so here's what what goes on let's say that we've got the S. and P. five hundred stock index for example there are there are thousands of indexes out there most folks don't know that the S. and P. five hundred is one of the most famous and it consists of you guessed it five hundred stocks well the S. and P. is developed by a committee a group of folks who are experts in the field who work for standard and poor's and they decide you could argue arbitrarily I mean it's their call they decide which stocks are going to go into the index now when you decide you would like to buy a mutual fund that represents or reflects mimics the S. and P. five hundred index you can't buy the index itself you have to buy a mutual fund of the index and so let's say you go to vanguard fidelity or T. Rowe price or I mean there are hundreds probably even thousands of S. and P. five hundred index funds in each of these funds are designed to mimic the index so imagine you're now fund manager and your job is to take all the money that investors have given you and by the five hundred stocks of the S. and P. in the exact proportion that the S. and P. has them because the S. and P. is not an equal weighted meaning you don't put an equal amount of money and all five hundred stocks you put more money in the number one stock then you do in the number five hundred stock it stacked so that most of the money goes in the big companies and relatively smaller amounts in the little companies so that's what you do you look at the S. and P. five hundred index and you buy stocks proportionately and good for you you now have a mirror but all of a sudden the S. and P. committee makes a change in the index the resort the index or they throw a stock al where they put a stock him or due to mergers to of the stocks now merged and now there's only four hundred ninety nine so SMP committee is going to add a new five hundred company into the index okay for Wall these different kinds of reasons that occur throughout the year the index itself changes well you're the fund manager of your index fund and when you see that the committee has announced a change you've got to make a change in your fund now if they announce they're going to add a company to the index well that means all these index funds have to buy the stock now if everybody is going to buy the stock not because they want to because they have to to continue mirroring the index all of a sudden you're gonna huge array of body orders well guess what happens if suddenly everybody rushes to buy the stock you know what happens Herald what happens it goes off the shore because the demand and conversely if they announce that they're taking a stock out everyone's going to have to sell the stock and what happens when everybody sells it down it goes exactly and so that's what happened to this one company there was a rumor that they were going to be added to an index the stock went up and then there was an announcement that they weren't going to be added and the stock went down so your question makes an awful lot of sense is there a mutual fund out there that is designed to trade in advance of these kinds of announcements so that you can quickly by the stock before everybody else starts to buy it war you can sell the stock before everybody else starts to sell it that be an awesome thing to be able to do and the answer is no hello because it would be all awesome and I will tell you that there are lots of mutual funds that are actively managed where the fund managers are trying to make those predictions where they are looking at how the indexes constructed and they're looking at individual companies and they're able to say based on what's happening in this company it's reasonable to assume that here's what's going to happen to it in the index and they can act accordingly I don't know of any funds that specifically do that or that do it exclusively typically that kind of a move is one of many factors that a fund manager will use in their evaluation of whether to buy or sell a given stock so I'm not aware of anyone trying to play the index game part of it is that the organizations that create indexes such as standard and poor's Russell investments blackrock and a great many other organizations that that create these they tend to be pretty close to the vest they tend to regard this information as insider information because they know that their decisions on their announcements will move markets and so they work really hard to try not to release this info in advance because that would give clearly people in it and an advantage and you might even argue that it would be an illegal advantage due to insider trading okay it seems like there is a mutual fund or ETF out there for just about everything these days Hey maybe if they're listening they'll get the idea one and I have to tell you it's been a while since I've poured through the thirteen thousand funds that exist these days to see if anyone is indeed using that as their primary tool you might want to go to Morningstar dot com they do a great job of analyzing and reviewing the mutual fund world they may be able to identify such a vehicle that tries to actively manage index components perhaps there's a fund up there and of one of our listeners knows of one I'm sure I'll get an email telling me such but I'm not aware of one okay so great idea Herald if you find that trading methodology I'd be really interested in looking at okay I will let you know if I find that pie in the sky okay okay here you too well thank you so much that was Harold from Yonkers New York here on the Ritalin show triple H. planned Rick so I'm almost out of time here on the show as we close out I want.

Yonkers New York Herald
"yonkers new york" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

08:07 min | 6 months ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Go to the telephones here on the record will show Yonkers New York Herald with us on the phone how you doing doing terrific thank you how can I help you well a few weeks ago you spoke about a stock quote part go which went up dramatically during the year and then lost just about all of its value when it was announced that they would not gonna go into the index has plans right right I am wondering if there are any mutual funds or ETFs that specialize in stocks that might be going into the indexes it seems like that would be a good a good bye if there are yeah that's that's a clever motion I mean to help everyone understand what what we're talking about here I made notion of the fact that the very best performing stock of the year became the very worst performing stock from one day to the next when adverse news hit the company and it went from up nearly a hundred percent down on a percentage rather shocking and I use that as evidence of the dangers of investing in individual stocks and also a little bit of a tease as to how indexes work and so that's what Harold asking about so here's what what goes on let's say that we've got the S. and P. five hundred stock index for example there are there are thousands of indexes out there most folks don't know that the S. and P. five hundred is one of the most famous and it consists of you guessed it five hundred stocks well the S. and P. is developed by a committee a group of folks who are experts in the field who work for standard and poor's and they decide you could argue arbitrarily I mean it's their call they decide which stocks are going to go into the index now when you decide you would like to buy a mutual fund that represents or reflects mimics the S. and P. five hundred index you can't buy the index itself you have to buy a mutual fund of the index and so let's say you go to vanguard fidelity or T. Rowe price or I mean there are hundreds probably even thousands of S. and P. five hundred index funds in each of these funds are designed to mimic the index so imagine you're now fund manager and your job is to take all the money that investors have given you and by the five hundred stocks of the S. and P. in the exact proportion that the S. and P. has them because the S. and P. is not an equal weighted meaning you don't put an equal amount of money and all five hundred stocks you put more money in the number one stock then you do in the number five hundred stock it stacked so that most of the money goes in the big companies and relatively smaller amounts in the little companies so that's what you do you look at the S. and P. five hundred index and you buy stocks proportionately and good for you you now have a mirror but all of a sudden the S. and P. committee makes a change in the index the resort the index or they throw a stock out or they put a stop to him or due to mergers to of the stocks now merged and now there's only four hundred ninety nine so SMP committee is going to add a new five hundred company into the index so for Wall these different kinds of reasons that occur throughout the year the index itself changes well you're the fund manager of your index fund and when you see that the committee has announced a change you've got to make a change in your fund now if they announce they're going to add a company to the index well that means all these index funds have to buy the stock now if everybody is going to buy the stock not because they want to because they have to to continue mirroring the index all of a sudden you're gonna huge array of body orders well guess what happens if suddenly everybody rushes to buy the stock you know what happens Herald what happens it goes off the shore because the demand and conversely if they announce that they're taking a stock out everyone's going to have to sell the stock and what happens when everybody sells it down it goes exactly and so that's what happened to this one company there was a rumor that they were going to be added to an index the stock went up and then there was an announcement that they weren't going to be added and the stock went down so your question makes an awful lot of sense is there a mutual fund out there that is designed to trade in advance of these kinds of announcements so that you can quickly by the stock before everybody else starts to buy it war you can sell the stock before everybody else starts to sell it that be an awesome thing to be able to do and the answer is not because it would be awesome and I will tell you that there are lots of mutual funds that are actively managed where the fund managers are trying to make those predictions where they are looking at how the indexes constructed and they're looking at individual companies and they're able to say based on what's happening in this company it's reasonable to assume that here's what's going to happen to it in the index and they can act accordingly I don't know of any funds that specifically do that or that do it exclusively typically that kind of a move is one of many factors that a fund manager will use in their evaluation of whether to buy or sell a given stock so I'm not aware of anyone trying to play the index game part of it is that the organizations that create indexes such as standard and poor's Russell investments blackrock and a great many other organizations that that create these they tend to be pretty close to the vest they tend to regard this information as insider information because they know that their decisions on their announcements will move markets and so they work really hard to try not to release this info in advance because that would give clearly people in it and an advantage and you might even argue that it would be an illegal advantage due to insider trading okay it seems like there is a mutual fund or ETF out there for just about everything these days Hey maybe if they're listening so get the idea one and and I have to tell you it's been a while since I've poured through the thirteen thousand funds that exist these days to see if anyone is indeed using that as their primary tool you might want to go to Morningstar dot com they do a great job of analyzing and reviewing the mutual fund world they may be able to identify such a vehicle that tries to actively manage index components perhaps there's a fund out there and of one of our listeners knows of one I'm sure I'll get an email telling me such but I'm not aware of one okay it's a great idea Harold if you find that trading methodology I'd be really interested in looking out okay I will let you know if I find that pie in the sky okay okay here you too well thank you so much that was Harold from Yonkers New York here on the record open show triple H. planned Rick is our phone number you can dial me up as well ask whatever question you like when's the last time you had some third party independent objective fee based somebody who acts as a trusted adviser to help you confirm that what you're doing is what you should be doing that the decisions you made in the past which were correct at the time you made them remain the correct strategy today because your life is change your older perhaps your wealthier your job may be different your marital status your health your family circumstances all of the changes in life make us have to review the situation to see if what we've been doing is what we should still be doing and what we should be doing going into the future and this weekend we're making it easier for you than ever to do this we would love.

Yonkers New York Herald
"yonkers new york" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:05 min | 6 months ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Yonkers New York Herald's with us on the phone how you doing doing terrific thank you how can I help you well a few weeks ago you spoke about a stock quote part go which went up dramatically during the year and then flush just about all of its value when it was announced that they would not gonna go into the index has plans I am wondering if there are any mutual funds or ETFs that specialize in stocks that might be going into the indexes it seems like that would be a good a good bye if there are yeah that's that's a clever motion I mean to help everyone understand what what we're talking about here I made notion of the fact that the very best performing stock of the year became the very worst performing stock from one day to the next when adverse news hit the company and it went from up nearly a hundred percent down a hundred percent it's rather shocking and I use that as evidence of the dangers of investing in individual stocks and also a little bit of a tease as to how indexes work and so that's what Harold asking about so here's what what goes on let's say that we've got the S. and P. five hundred stock index for example there are there are thousands of indexes out there most folks don't know that the S. and P. five hundred is one of the most famous and it consists of you guessed it five hundred stocks well the S. and P. is developed by a committee a group of folks who are experts in the field who work for standard and poor's and they decide you could argue arbitrarily I mean that's their call they decide which stocks are going to go into the index now when you decide you would like to buy a mutual fund that represents or reflects mimics the S. and P. five hundred index you can't buy the index itself you have to buy a mutual fund of the index and so let's say you go to vanguard fidelity or T. Rowe price or I mean there are hundreds probably even thousands of S. and P. five hundred index funds in each of these funds are designed to mimic the index so imagine you're now fund manager and your job is to take all the money that investors of giving you and by the five hundred stocks of the S. and P. in the exact proportion that the S. and P. has them because the S. and P. is not an equal weighted meaning you don't put an equal amount of money and all five hundred stocks you put more money in the number one stock then you do in the number five hundred stock it stacked so that most of the money goes in the big companies and relatively smaller amounts in the little companies so that's what you do you look at the S. and P. five hundred index and you buy stocks proportionately and good for you you now have a mirror but all of a sudden the S. and P. committee makes a change in the index the resort the index or they throw a stock al or they put a stock him or due to mergers to of the stocks now merged and now there's only four hundred ninety nine so SMP committee is going to add a new five hundred company into the index so for Wall these different kinds of reasons that occur throughout the year the index itself changes well you're the fund manager of your index fund and when you see that the committee has announced a change you've got to make a change in your fund now if they announced we're going to add a company to the index well that means all these index funds have to buy the stock now if everybody is going to buy the stock not because they want to but because they have to to continue mirroring the index all of a sudden you're gonna huge array of body orders well guess what happens if suddenly everybody rushes to buy the stock you know what happens Harold what happens it goes up sure because the demand and conversely if they announce that they're taking a stock out everyone's going to have to sell the stock and what happens when everybody sells it down it goes exactly and so that's what happened to this one company there was a rumor that they were going to be added to an index the stock went up and then there was an announcement that they weren't going to be added and the stock went down so your question makes an awful lot of sense is there a mutual fund out there that is designed to trade in advance of these kinds of announcements so that you can quickly by the stock before everybody else starts to buy it or you can sell the stock before everybody else starts to sell it but be an awesome thing should be able to do and the answer is no because it would be awesome and I will tell you that there are lots of mutual funds that are actively managed where the fund managers are trying to make those predictions where they are looking at how the indexes constructed and they're looking at individual companies and they're able to say based on what's happening in this company it's reasonable to assume that here's what's going to happen to it in the index and they can act accordingly I don't know of any funds that specifically do that or that do it exclusively typically that kind of a move is one of many factors that a fund manager will use in their evaluation of whether to buy or sell a given stock so I'm not aware of anyone trying to play the index game part of it is that the organizations that create indexes such as standard and poor's Russell investments blackrock and a great many other organizations that that create these they tend to be pretty close to the vest they tend to regard this information as insider information because they know that their decisions on their announcements will move markets and so they work really hard to try not to release this info in advance because that would give clearly people in it and an advantage and you might even argue that it would be an illegal advantage due to insider trading okay it seems like there is a mutual fund or ETF out there for just about everything these days Hey maybe if they're listening they'll get the idea one and I have to tell you it's been a while since I've poured through the thirteen thousand funds that exist these days to see if anyone is indeed using that as their primary tool you might want to go to Morningstar dot com they do a great job of analyzing and reviewing the mutual fund world they may be able to identify such a vehicle that tries to actively manage index components perhaps there's a fund out there and of one of our listeners knows of one I'm sure I'll get an email telling me such but I'm not aware of one okay so great idea Herald if you find that trading methodology I'd be really interested in looking at okay I will let you know five five minute pie in the sky okay okay take care you too well thank you so much that was Harold from Yonkers New York you're on the record open show triple H. planned Rick is our phone number you can dial me up as well as whatever question you like when's the last time you had some third party independent objective fee based somebody who acts as a trusted adviser to help you confirm that what you're doing is what you should be doing that the decisions you made in the past which were correct at the time you made them remain the correct strategy today because your life is change your older perhaps your wealthier your job may be different your marital status your health your family circumstances all of the changes in life make us have to review the situation to see if what we've been doing is what we should still be doing and what we should be doing going into the future and this weekend we're making it easier for you than ever to do this we would love.

Yonkers New York Herald
"yonkers new york" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:07 min | 6 months ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Go to the telephones here on the record will show Yonkers New York Herald's with us on the phone how you doing doing terrific thank you how can I help you well a few weeks ago you spoke about a stock quote part go which went up dramatically during the year and then flush just about all of its value when it was announced that they were not going to go into the index has plans I am wondering if there are any mutual funds or ETFs that specialize in stocks that might be going into the indexes it seems like that would be a good a good bye there are yeah that's that's a clever motion I mean to help everyone understand what what we're talking about here I made notion of the fact that the very best performing stock of the year became the very worst performing stock from one day to the next when adverse news hit the company and it went from up nearly a hundred percent down on a percentage rather shocking and I use that as evidence of the dangers of investing in individual stocks and also a little bit of a tease as to how indexes work and so that's what the Herald asking about so here's what what goes on let's say that we've got the S. and P. five hundred stock index for example there are there are thousands of indexes out there most folks don't know that the S. and P. five hundred is one of the most famous and it consists of you guessed it five hundred stocks well the S. and P. is developed by a committee a group of folks who are experts in the field who work for standard and poor's and they decide you could argue arbitrarily I mean it's their call they decide which stocks are going to go into the index now when you decide you would like to buy a mutual fund that represents or were flax mimics the S. and P. five hundred index you can't buy the index itself you have to buy a mutual fund of the index and so let's say you go to vanguard of fidelity or T. Rowe price or I mean there are hundreds probably even thousands of S. and P. five hundred index funds in each of these funds are designed to mimic the index so imagine you're now fund manager and your job is to take all the money that investors are giving you and by the five hundred stocks of the S. and P. in the exact proportion that the S. and P. has them because the S. and P. is not an equal weighted meaning you don't put an equal amount of money and all five hundred stocks you put more money in the number one stock then you do in the number five hundred stock it stacked so that most of the money goes in the big companies and relatively smaller amounts in the little companies so that's what you do you look at the S. and P. five hundred index and you buy stocks proportionately and good for you you now have a mirror but all of a sudden the S. and P. committee makes a change in the index the resort the index or they throw a stock al or they put a stock him or due to mergers to of the stocks now merged and now there's only four hundred ninety nine so SMP committee is going to add a new five hundred company into the index so for Wall these different kinds of reasons that occur throughout the year the index itself changes well you're the fund manager of your index fund and when you see that the committee has announced a change you've got to make a change in your fund now if they announce they're going to add a company to the index well that means all these index funds have to buy the stock now if everybody is going to buy the stock not because they want to because they have to to continue mirroring the index all of a sudden you're gonna huge array of body orders well guess what happens if suddenly everybody rushes to buy the stock you know what happens Harold what happens it goes up sure because the demand and conversely if they announce that they're taking a stock out everyone's going to have to sell the stock and what happens when everybody sells it down it goes exactly and so that's what happened to this one company there was a rumor that they were going to be added to an index the stock went up and then there was an announcement that they weren't going to be added and the stock went down so your question makes an awful lot of sense is there a mutual fund out there that is designed to trade in advance of these kinds of announcements so that you can quickly by the stock before everybody else starts to buy it or you can sell the stock before everybody else starts to sell it but be an awesome thing to be able to do and the answer is no because it would be awesome and I will tell you that there are lots of mutual funds that are actively managed where the fund managers are trying to make those predictions where they are looking at how the indexes constructed and they're looking at individual companies and they're able to say based on what's happening in this company it's reasonable to assume that here's what's going to happen to it in the index and they can act accordingly I don't know of any funds that specifically do that or that do it exclusively typically that kind of a move is one of many factors that a fund manager will use in their evaluation of whether to buy or sell a given stock so I'm not aware of anyone trying to play the index game part of it is that the organizations that create indexes such as standard and poor's Russell investments blackrock and a great many other organizations that that create these they tend to be pretty close to the vest they tend to regard this information as insider information because they know that their decisions on their announcements will move markets and so they work really hard to try not to release this info in advance because that would give clearly people in it and an advantage and you might even argue that it would be an illegal advantage due to insider trading okay it seems like there is a mutual fund or ETF out there for just about everything these days Hey maybe if they're listening they'll get the idea one and I have to tell you it's been a while since I've poured through the thirteen thousand funds that exist these days to see if anyone is indeed using that as their primary tool you might want to go to Morningstar dot com they do a great job of analyzing and reviewing the mutual fund world they may be able to identify such a vehicle that tries to actively manage index components perhaps there's a fund out there to one of our listeners knows of one I'm sure I'll get an email telling me such but I'm not aware of one okay it's a great idea Harold if you find that trading methodology I'd be really interested in looking out okay I will let you know if I find that pie in the sky okay okay take here you too well thank you so much that was Harold from Yonkers New York here on the record open show triple H. planned Rick is our phone number you can dial me up as well as whatever question you like when's the last time you had some third party independent objective freebase somebody who acts as a trusted adviser to help you confirm that what you're doing is what you should be doing that the decisions you made in the past which were correct at the time you made them remain the correct strategy today because your life is change your older perhaps your wealthier your job may be different your marital status your health your family circumstances all of the changes in life make us have to review the situation to see if what we've been doing is what we should still be doing and what we should be doing going into the future and this weekend we're making it easier for you than ever to do this we would love to.

Yonkers New York Herald
"yonkers new york" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:17 min | 6 months ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"To the telephones here on the record on the show Yonkers New York Herald's with us on the phone how you doing doing terrific thank you how can I help you well a few weeks ago you spoke about a stock called art go which one are dramatically during the year and then lost just about all of its value when it was announced that they were not going to go into the index has plans I am wondering if there are any mutual funds or ETFs that specialize in stocks that might be going into the indexes it seems like that would be a good a good bye there are yeah that's that's a clever motion I mean to help everyone understand what what we're talking about here I made notion of the fact that the very best performing stock of the year became the very worst performing stock from one day to the next when adverse news hit the company and it went from up nearly a hundred percent down on a percentage rather shocking and I use that as evidence of the dangers of investing in individual stocks and also a little bit of a tease as to how indexes work and so that's what heralds asking about so here's what what goes on let's say that we've got the S. and P. five hundred stock index for example there are there are thousands of indexes out there most folks don't know that the S. and P. five hundred is one of the most famous and it consists of you guessed it five hundred stocks well the S. and P. is developed by a committee a group of folks who are experts in the field who work for standard and poor's and they decide you can argue arbitrarily I mean it's their call they decide which stocks are going to go into the index now when you decide you would like to buy a mutual fund that represents war were flax mimics the S. and P. five hundred index you can't buy the index itself you have to buy a mutual fund of the index and so let's say you go to vanguard fidelity or T. Rowe price or I mean there are hundreds probably even thousands of S. and P. five hundred index funds in each of these funds are designed to mimic the index so imagine you're now fund manager and your job is to take all the money that investors of giving you and by the five hundred stocks of the S. and P. in the exact proportion that the S. and P. has them because the S. and P. is not an equal weighted meaning you don't put an equal amount of money and all five hundred stocks you put more money in the number one stock then you do in the number five hundred stock it's stacked so that most of the money goes in the big companies and relatively smaller amounts in the little companies so that's what you do you look at the S. and P. five hundred index and you buy stocks proportionately and good for you you now have a mirror but all of a sudden the S. and P. committee makes a change in the index the resort the index or they throw a stock al or they put a stock him or due to mergers to of the stocks now merged and now there's only four hundred ninety nine so SMP committee is going to add a new five hundred company into the index so for all these different kinds of reasons that occur throughout the year the index itself changes well you're the fund manager of your index fund and when you see that the committee has announced a change you've got to make a change in your fund now if they announce they're going to add a company to the index well that means all these index funds have to buy the stock now if everybody is going to buy the stock not because they want to because they have to to continue mirroring the index all of a sudden you're gonna huge array of body orders well guess what happens if suddenly everybody rushes to buy the stock you know what happens Harold what happens it goes off the shore because the demand and conversely if they announce that they're taking a stock out everyone's going to have to sell the stock and what happens when everybody sells it down it goes exactly and so that's what happened to this one company there was a rumor that they were going to be added to an index the stock went up and then there was an announcement that they weren't going to be added and the stock went town so your question makes an awful lot of sense is there a mutual fund out there that is designed to trade in advance of these kinds of announcements so that you can quickly by the stock before everybody else starts to buy it war you can sell the stock before everybody else starts to sell it but be an awesome thing to be able to do and the answer is no because it would be awesome and I will tell you that there are lots of mutual funds that are actively managed where the fund managers are trying to make those predictions where they are looking at how the indexes constructed and they're looking at individual companies and they're able to say based on what's happening in this company it's reasonable to assume that here's what's going to happen to it in the index and they can act accordingly I don't know of any funds that specifically do that or that do it exclusively typically that kind of a move is one of many factors that a fund manager will use in their evaluation of whether to buy or sell a given stock so I'm not aware of anyone trying to play the index game part of it is that the organizations that create indexes such as standard and poor's Russell investments blackrock and a great many other organizations that that create these they tend to be pretty close to the vest they tend to regard this information as insider information because they know that their decisions on their announcements will move markets and so they work really hard to try not to release this info in advance because that would give clearly people in it and an advantage and you might even argue that it would be an illegal advantage due to insider trading okay it seems like there is a mutual fund or ETF out there for just about everything these days Hey maybe if they're listening so again the idea in one and I have to tell you it's been a while since I've poured through the thirteen thousand funds that exist these days to see if anyone is indeed using that as their primary tool you might want to go to Morningstar dot com they do a great job of analyzing and reviewing the mutual fund world they may be able to identify such a vehicle that tries to actively manage index components perhaps there's a fund out there and of one of our listeners knows of one I'm sure I'll get an email telling me such but I'm not aware of one okay it's a great idea Herald if you find that trading methodology I'd be really interested in looking out okay I will let you know if I find that pie in the sky okay okay take care you too well thank you so much that was Harold from Yonkers New York here on the record open show triple H. planned Rick so I'm almost out of time here on the show as we close out I want.

Yonkers New York Herald
"yonkers new york" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"To fifty three a major heroin and Fitna ring has been busted in the Bronx and Yonkers five people indicted and approximately seventy pounds of drugs seized in the bust valued at ten million dollars on the street. Raymond, donna. Is the special agent in charge for the DA in New York City. They had multiple Stackhouse's throughout the city. They had multiple stash houses in Yonkers New York as well as in the Bronx and each child had its own purpose. You know, they had to out for the drugs. They had a stash house where they were breaking the heroin down into smaller increments for distribution on the street. They had staffs locations for for money. Donovan says the drugs came from suppliers in Mexico, the NYPD state police and Bronx DA worked with the DA and special narcotics prosecutor's office on the investigation driver of a truck from Mexico under arrest after authorities say they found nearly five million dollars worth including the largest amount of a deadly opioid. They've ever seized less than a milligram of these synthetic drug Fenton all could be lethal and border in Arizona discovered. Nearly two hundred fifty four pounds of it inside of a truck carrying Mexican produce. The truck was being driven by Twenty-six-year-old. Mexican national. The truck was referred for secondary inspection and scan through a non intrusive inspection system. CB? No Gallus port director, Michael Humphrey says it's the largest fennel seizure in US history. President Trump praised the Boston a tweet the busters made an official port of entry correspondent Brian Clark. They're wins. News time to fifty five..

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Taxes from marijuana than they are on alcohol while while didn't they prohibit hemp back many years ago because Hearst wanted us his paper mills in his forests for paper instead of hemp. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know that that was one of the reasons, but again, you know, any reasons that politicians usually give to do anything is, you know, people call it campaign contributions adults call bribes, payoffs, they're not representing us. They representing the special interests that tell them what to do. And again, you know, look at all the people that suffered so terribly. We're talking. Before about the Russian collusion. And that never there's no evidence of you know, when you look at the amounts of black people that didn't vote for Hillary Clinton. You know, the major reason why according to to the polls, and again, we wrote about this as it was happening. It was because the Bill Clinton's three strikes you're out and the punishment that so many blacks received by going to jail for minor offenses and one of them being marijuana. That's exactly right. All those people on those petty crimes should be taken out of jail right now, Gerald, I agree. And then it just move this country forward are we ever going to get though the kind of politician to regroup both sides and just make people start feeling good about themselves. No, not if we depend on politicians manipulative and devious people and when you belong to those parties, that's what you by the way, just very briefly. I began my career at graduate school Egede, number two guy running the mayoral campaign in Yonkers New York City about three hundred thousand people, and then I in Westchester county, which was the richest county in in America at the time. And and I used to work on, you know, loaded different campaigns. And then they sent me up to all day. And I was the assistant to the secretary of the New York state Senate. I got to see firsthand what it looks like. And that's how I became a political atheist. So we need in my belief and the motto of the trends journalists think for yourself is direct democracy. You take a country like Switzerland? They haven't been in a war since about eighteen fifty wars all around them. One of the richest countries in the world who's the president? Nobody knows direct democracy. The people vote on the issues you want to go to war. Let the people vote you like this tax Bill let the people vote. Oh, no. We can't do that. We still using an antiquated voting system. And what you have to do is look at the midterm elections. What a joke it is. We can't use blockchain technology that banks are using it all major corporations. What's your? What's your transaction is made it's blocked we could be voting online blockchain voting and putting the future back in the hands of we the people that to me is the way it should go. And then people also say to me. Yeah. But look how it would form. The people are just going to ask you that that portion of it. I mean, do you think that the people, and I'm not talking about this audience because you know, they've got PHD's in in knowledge just by listening to this program. But do you think most people outside? Of this kind of show Gerald really understand things worldwide. And I would say probably not. And then I wait agree who is going to make the decision then for you is Nancy Pelosi or diet, not so Feinstein, Lindsey Graham or Mitch McConnell. I'm going to have these people think for me, that's my that's the way I think about it. And then the other people, you know, leash our future will be in our own hands. And we decided it look I would ask this question show me one thing that you the two part. He's done in your lifetime. That's been so stupendous that's helped us so greatly. Can't remember that yet at this point? What do you think of Ladimir Putin? You know, I think that you know, any guy that stands in front of an audience and takes, you know, the hundred questions over two hours from anybody. Go low to people give not anybody, but the media talking to him, and you know, and I look at his popularity. Rating is either perfect guide. No. But I'll tell you. He's his own person. And he's not run by politics. He's got moxie doesn't he? Yes. Really does. Let's take some calls here for you. Let's start with Nancy in Victoria, Texas on the wildcard line. Hello, nancy. Hi. Hi, good to have you with us. Go ahead. You're on what Gerald Celente? Well, first off I'm twenty four a millennial. You are one of them. That's right. And my question for the guest is what are some trends says he's going to be seen among the millennials in two thousand nineteen. All right. My granddaughter's one of them to Gerald. Well, it's it's it's not a lot of trends that are going to affect the millennials so much, but it really just about everyone in the big one affecting millennials. And particularly the ones that go to college are is your college education really worth what you're paying for. And you really will you get your money back, for example. And and and so many are taking courses that are not going to provide a financial future for them. I mean, I cannot imagine either. The the average debt is is the average thirty thousand dollars if you starting life wolf in thirty thousand dollars, and then if you get an advanced degree, you're in the hundreds of thousands of dollars a debt, how do you get? Out of that. So it's not subdue gestion is don't buy into the into the lines think for yourself, and that's what's really important. And in the in the social media world thinking for yourself is becoming even harder and harder because you're concerned about what people think about you. And and the motto trends journalists think for yourself. So the the things to look at are what are going to be as you grow older, and you twenty four have a lot of fun thing to, you know, take it easy. Smartphone. You know, really, you know, joy life. You know, when you get your route twenty eight then you gotta become a lot more serious. But, you know, really, you know, ease up and edit enjoy life, and and have fun, and and and stay healthy. That's the other big thing. And those are the fields to get into whole health. Healing the natural way to go. Those are things to consider what kind of a future. Do we give somebody like Nancy? What what are we going to leave them? Well, we're leaving behind is not great. And it's up to I believe the elders to set the stage, and we were talking before about the baby boomers, which we are. You know, we're not really good examples. So what they should be considering our health, our our finances, and what we had in what we lost because we were really the privileged generation any of those many of us, of course, not all of us. But many of us were. So we're we're not leaving behind a good the good future. But for them, they have the numbers to change it. And when my really biggest suggestion is look and see what's going on around the world. And you're not getting viewpoint. You're getting it, of course, from coast to coast where you're not getting that from the mainstream media open your eyes up to what's going around the world and at twenty four years old start traveling the world next up we go to London Arkansas GW's with us. Hello there GW. Hey, good morning. Hey, I it's the first time I've heard this guy, and he is just fine. He is is I have a new I have a new reality say, thanks to him. And it's called Isla political atheist. That's perfect. I love learning from your show. My question is across racial question. All right. I'm a boomer. I'm a I'm I'm seventy and so I was born right at the front end of that show. And my thing is you're screener says why are you complaining about this? I'm not complaining, but it's the reality for some reason women have been divorced for like six years, the women who were most attracted to me. Are like Kennex twenty seven you wo-. I don't really think this is. I don't take that. I'm an anomaly, I'm an artist and writer and stuff. So I, you know, I get all that stuff. Anyway, I don't think it's an early. I'm I'm curious. L D C this often with other people we are older or kind of know what we're doing and some of the young ladies who avenue tweets them you guys about. They just. What do you think about that for Gerald? Well. Well, you were you were an artist and an entertainer. So that of course, puts you a whole different category. Do they call you? Daddy, j w different starting. My.

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"I'm straining my muscles as well. I'm elsia realizing like God of or suffer. It's like press. Exton repeatedly used to go like really add it. But then I'm like, oh, I don't have to push that hard. I still feel the intensity I go. I go full in on. Yeah, but I would, yeah, I, I definitely would break a sweat and you know, sometimes get a little good little elevator action elbow. I feel like I know the answer to this question. You have twenty quarters. What do you play again? It depends what's being offered. I mean, if I go team. Yeah, that can mentioned some other games that I do like that. I do like to play like dig dug, right? Yeah. Talking about similar similar, sort of dig kind of a game as Mr.. Do like that one a lot. I also used to like a single called the moon patrol which is one of the first games I remember that moved moved left to, right? Yes. That was a game. We're never you shot something. Yeah, you had one shoot button and there was a gun on the front and got on the top yet. Could no matter what you're doing. If feel like I'm going to shoot this obstacle in front of me, a pellet would come up the top as well and shooting a UFO on top view of gun, would it would come out the front of the Hickel? Yeah, like Lonnie. I did enjoy some of the pack men's. I like MS pacman the the people. And like I said, Chris castle a little bit of centipede frontline. I said, trying to remember what other ones I liked a lot against some of them like you only see once or twice and then never again. Yeah, there was. There was a baseball one from that. A little bit after that, that would play sometimes UCLA. I don't know if they still do at their like student center would have like a little a little arcade, and they had this baseball one. So it's probably would have been like early nineties that had a for the bat. It had sort of a sideways joystick. Yeah, there was like screen and bring it back, and that went also you. You could have control like you could actually precision put like we're the pitch was going to go and that that was I like that baseball on now we all have to go to Dave and Buster's. Yeah, there's nothing worse than when we finish an episode. Now we have to go to David. Happens. Everyone's rollin. It's sucks every they have the old school one zero. Five actually never been to a Dave and Buster's Wade, try they have some, but they're always trying to be like up on it. It's never like arcades if feel like now have hit a plateau, these everything, just go home and play PlayStation show or or something or having Oculus. And so now it's just a vibrator. You're k- to be like, wow, these graphics are insane, so cool. And now I'm like, oh, my graphics array, bear my PlayStation yet or that cost like three hundred dollars or something like that. Own other game made. Just remember that I think was later than than my initial playing with can also would have been more nine just off road and there are two different games called off road. Because one one was like one of those where like the seat vibration. Yeah. The one that I liked was it was a a race game. You can play up to four people at a time and you just go around a dirt track. Yes. Which again, I don't usually like racing is, but there was something about it because like just the way that they flew in the different that you could get for it, it was like it didn't overwhelm me. And then another one from a little later that actually play during college was lethal enforcers. Okay. Absolutely, absolutely shooting game. I like didn't like time crisis or anything like that, and it didn't look. There was like another really popular when the head like mummies or like ghost or center. That one was that was one alien one? Yeah, there's police training. One that I had. This is like a police, the police one where it was the first person shooter and they leave. Yes. And they had it at. I wish I could remember the name I it was in Yonkers New York at a pizza place. It's the best and running so bad, which I can remember the Jonkers pizza and arcade happy and they..

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Most hotels still offer triple a discount so it pays, to carry that card maybe, dig a little, deeper to, see where you might save that's the road report Kim Wunderle KCBS well. It sounds like a scene from a, movie but a man was killed and another seriously injured east of Nashville after a car. Chase with shots fired on a major highway. CBS news correspondent Jim Krasula has more in Tennessee are. Looking for suspects in the, fatal shooting of a twenty one. Year old New York man during a car chase. On I forty just east of Nashville a second man from New York City was. Hurt when the Reddell SUV they were in crashed police say the vehicle containing thousands of dollars in cash and was, chased on the busy Highway by two other vehicles Elisa de LA Cruz of Yonkers. New, York was, shot in the head and. Died at the scene Jim Krasula CBS news a nineteen year old man who suffers from schizophrenia has, been missing since Saturday night officials believe he. Was heading towards downtown Hayward when he. Last spoke with his mother and that was around nine o'clock on Saturday Laura Mia, Williams requires daily. Medication, for his mental illness it becomes unable to, move or even speak without it Williams is a black man about five feet five inches tall hundred and sixty pounds he has short black hair a moustache assured go t and Brown eyes police say he may have been wearing a green jacket black sweatpants, and green shoes they'd like you to call if you have any information about. Him despite the smoke and flames still burning in. The west efforts are underway to make the firefighting, effort safer for firefighters CBS's Wendy Gillette house more it has already been a deadly And difficult wildfire season Eighteen firefighters parachute. From airplanes to battle wildfires have another piece, of equipment this summer advanced motion monitors to track their health. As the, season progresses last year a university of Idaho study found firefighters lost muscle mass and reacted more slowly later on in the. Season already this year fourteen, wildland firefighters, have died, Wendy Gillette CBS news, Kissel Bs, news time six forty four gonna check sports with Caroline burns coming up next. Done at the office. My day isn't over I don't have. Time for unexpected traffic I rely on KCBS traffic every ten minutes and not. Just in the car. When I'm at, home I say Alexa play KCBS radio Traffic when I need it on the traffic leader. One oh six nine. AM seven forty KCBS and coming up. On KCBS Melissa call Ross with why you might want to start booking flights. For your holiday travel. Now even though, it's still summer Six forty five or heading over to. The sports desk and Caroline, burns well thanks. To Stephen piscotty the as. Beat the Mariners eight to two they salvage a split of the four-game series Scotty was two for three with two home runs and five Rb is is three. Run home run in the eighth broke. The game open, it was his third career multi Homer game as now have a five and a half game lead over the Mariners in the race for the second AL wild card race at the. Moment Oakland is two games back of Houston in the division they're. Keeping an eye on the Astros who have a two to one lead over the Los Angeles angels in the bottom of the fourth inning at AT and. T., park the Mets Noah Syndergaard pitched a two hitter for his first career complete game he struck out eleven as New York. Beat the, giants for two one Hanson tripled and scored for San. Francisco Giants have now lost three out of four well one day after the dust settled. On, the huge trade that sent All pro defensive end Khalil Mack from the raiders to the Chicago Bears MAC met the media. In, Chicago he was asked what his reaction was to the trade towers I was definitely shocked me no. You definitely shot but you can't. Believe in you don't have time to be shot for long You know. What I'm saying it's kind of like a word Okay? What time the the flight tonight Against I got to really think. About it through from NBC sports Chicago he also said that he didn't have time to really say goodbye to any. Of his teammates. Only through text messages raiders head coach Jon Gruden faced the music today told members of the media that the, team did make an offer to MAC but it was not. Anywhere near what the bears were. Offering following the trade to. The bears.

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Have the we have a I don't know if you've heard this Russell this, is this is horrible this guy turtle boy. Sports found this turtle boy sports dot com this was an Instagram, that this. This guy Lopes posted after Donald Trump's election and it's basically bleeps because of the obscenity but this gives, you some idea of the of, what a horrible horrible reprobate this guy is Right now I'm at Weymouth saying on l. street I just, wanted to. Say Donald Trump I just. Wanna say I'm walking down the street Donald. Trump is racist these arrogant and he has no He has no, vision for us humans He's all. About himself he's gonna watch. Everybody die all you got Donald. Trump Saying Brown. Joe's all gonna fold over Donald trump Y'all voted for I just. Signed y'all away so keep voting for Donald Trump is listen. Your life away keeping being a slave to Donald Trump at once the shell dream, about at night come alive. In the. Nighttime you stupid Vote for. Donald Trump Doing it killing yourself If, he could make bail that'd be a bidding war between MSNBC and. CNN got Donald Trump he can join, Donald Trump Yup he'll he's he he'd be. He'd be inbetween Brennan and, Clapper, on the on the one of those shows that's that's what kind of guy this is so damn show Donald Trump right and judicial review, is gonna be is one. Of the things. That he's addressed by appointing conservative judges that interpret the. Constitution and the law the. Way it should be we need more then these guys won't be getting out on bail again thanks for the. Call Russell, by the, way I? Spoke off air yesterday before he was on the air to mayor Hedlund of of Weymouth and? I I said so what what was it like. When the craft came, came by the? Owner of the New England Patriots because that was, unexpected on some on Sunday afternoon and he's he said you know what he craft was. Talking to everybody, and you, know just making a, few offhand remarks and he was. Talking to the, chief and the mayor and he said you know at least he said, I know it's a horrible situation but you know at least at. Least now finally we have A president who who's, concerned about this? Kind of stuff who who who, cares about this, and craft this had his run ins with the president but they are close and it's. It's to me, it's an, indication they're still they're, still close he's right to you. Know I mean, the the the the fact is, Donald Trump Has has done the best he can, to to protect the and to aid people in, law enforcement first. Responders eight four four or. Five hundred forty, two forty, two Charles you're next, with Howie Carr go ahead Charles Yes nice to. You again yeah yeah that is a. Tragedy and I. Mean I, think that, that guy, that was let out his just for war would be is this is just not his chest war would be having knee fellow so coming back from Iraq. And Afghanistan take, him, out I mean I just you know it, just. It's it's terrible I wanted. I wanted, to Just like. In the you know again there. Hasn't been an execution in this state since the late nineteen forties and we voted in the past who, returned. The death penalty to. The, to, the statutes and it's. Never been it's, never been approved by the bleeding hearts in the legislature and it's just a shame because some some things some crimes cry out for you for the death. Penalty and this is one of them. I just say. Something else, what this, reminds me, isn't tell me, you think. I'm off. Key this whole Investigate in Washington thanks by the way, having judge, Pirro, what is she what quarter Sheehan well she she's not an accord anymore, she was she was in Yonkers New York for a long time she was I think, she was actually the. A in Yonkers and then she got to be a judge, and she she she's on the she's a Fox, News host now she's on Saturday she she has she. Fills in for Sean sometimes Sean. Hannity but mainly she's on Saturday nights that I think nine o'clock she does a good job with it I just wanted to say one thing Howie. That this, this whole thing will minds me in reverse or something I read about you go back to college we're not, headed I took..

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

AM 590 The Answer

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

"Listening from yonkers new york cardinal program good evening i recently received a bible study guide forget ministry that i greatly appreciate because it forces me to studied topics that i wouldn't probably normally studying the bible our poppy stay in prophecy i like prophecy but i was tries to read that there's going to be turtle consequences as far as gods dietary laws i think that the bible guy would say that there will be no place in heaven for people who eat swine is that true and can you give me i think it was i guess if you six seventeen could you get any type of further scriptures to prove that yeah well first of all i don't think the lesson number acquainted with a lesson that i think we sent we believe there's going to be people in heaven that ate pork i think what is it is talking about is those who know better that are you know god's people had been given a pretty clear command not to eat pork and yet they were hiding behind the trees in doing it so that was disobedience now i think you would agree with me gardner that god does not want us to have multiple wives you agree sure they didn't know back then in the age they were in he winked at their ignorance but we do know better and so when a person knows what the bible says whether it's regarding adultery whether it's regarding dietary laws in any area when someone knows what god says and they deliberately disobey not serious so let me read the verse for our listeners you and i know what it says but i wanna read isaiah sixty six seventeen it says for those who sanctify themselves and purify themselves and they go to the gardens talking about the idol gardens after an idol in the midst eating swines flesh and the abomination and the mouse will be consumed together says the lord so there were people who said oh yeah i trust the lord but in the secretly they were worshipping idols and they were eating swine slashing notice put swine flesh in the same category as mouse so hopefully people out there aren't eating mouse burgers but the bible also says pork san clean too now you know we all know that the bible says your diesel diesel between jew and greek and male and female but is there anything else that you can give me that would solidify.

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Know just a normal family growing up in yonkers new york and found my way into new york city uh went to college in new york university studied art history and then we opened a uh a gallery that just seemed to hit a curved back in the 70s when uh soho and the art world in new york city was really just starting to develop on a level that it is today also there was some other things even prior to the gallery tell us about that because you had sort of a whole lot more all i did i did well you know had a very difficult time in school uh a lot of you know talented people they just can't seem to adjust to the way you know the system wants you to be so i walked out of my team years and uh actually walked into a uh a funeral home and they became an uh an undertaker when i was nineteen years old and for four years i i kind of got exposed to a lot of things that a lot of people you know can't even imagine but mostly not so much about you know that the dark side of that business but a way the way that people maneuvered and manipulated the you know the truth and and reality which ends in some very strange level read a kind of set me up for the arc world and for hollywood while and certainly hollywood un he started of course at the galleries you talk about a new york how did you make the transition to hollywood well a very interesting thing you know we spent ten years building a lot of the museum collections all over america having amazing events in the gallery we were really accountable harbin a mecca for some of the most interesting uh people most successful people in the world and then eventually we attracted celebrity so one day joel silver walked into my gallery with two then president of twentieth century fox everybody who joel silver as legendary joel singer yeah joel is a great person.

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on WRVA

"And now a look back at this week in history it housed some of the worst criminals in america like alka pound george machinegun kelley it's twenty nine year run more than fifteen hundred convicts were kept there at this week in 1930 fourth the first federal prison inmates arrived at alcatraz island sabah francisco bay his me in 1945 united states exploded a nuclear bomb over nagasaki japan nicknamed fat man the bob killed an estimated seventy four thousand people had put an end to world war two a 24yearold postal employees named david berkowitz was arrested in yonkers new york this week at ninety 77 he claimed the demons at his neighbours black labrador retriever told him to kill berkowitz was accused of being be son of sam gun that whose year long series of attacks killed six wounded seven and terrorized new york city hen this week a 1985 the beatles at other artists no longer on the publishing rights to some other on using when michael jackson paid forty seven and a half no in dollars divide the atv music catalogue which included about two hundred fifty leaded mccarty songs the venture is now called sony atv and is valued at more than two billion dollars that's your look back at this week in history while they were washington you're listening to america's keep bottomless namely bombing secretly conducted illegal searches on americans few years sean hannity tomorrow at three so sit on what else six one fm talk stay connected.

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on 790 WAEB

790 WAEB

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on 790 WAEB

"And now a look back at this week in history it housed some of the worst criminals in america like alka paul george machinegun kelley it's twenty nine year run more than fifteen hundred convicts were kept there and this week in 1930 fourth the first federal prison inmates arrived at alcatraz island in san francisco bay this week can ninety forty five the united states exploded a nuclear bomb over nagasaki japan nicknamed fat man the bomb killed an estimated seventy four thousand people and put an end to world war two a 24yearold postal employees named david berkowitz was arrested in yonkers new york this week and ninety 77 he claimed that demons and his neighbours black labrador retriever told him to kill berkowitz was accused of being the son of sam gunman whose year long series of attacks killed six wounded seven and terrorized new york city and this week 1985 the beatles at other artist no longer on the publishing rights to some other on music when michael jackson paid forty seven and a half million dollars to by the atv music catalogue which included about two hundred fifty let in mccarty songs the venture is now called sony atv and is valued at more than two billion dollars that's your look back at this week in history young game no certain days and dates they're so special to us so special one important like our birthdays and wedding anniversary is.

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on KTRH

"The events in every day we'll be there eu's radio seven forty ktrh and now a look back at this week in history housed some of the worst criminals in america mike powell capone george machinegun kelley it's twenty nine year run more than fifteen hundred convicts were kept there and this week in 1930 fourth the first federal prison inmates arrived at alcatraz island in san francisco bay history he 1945 united states six flooded a nuclear bomb over nagasaki japan nicknamed fat man the bomb killed an estimated seventy four thousand people and put an end to world war two a 24yearold postal employees named david berkowitz was arrested in yonkers new york this week and 1970s adding he claimed the demons and his neighbours black labrador retriever told him to kill berkowitz was accused of being the son of sam gunman whose year long series of attacks killed six wounded seven and terrorise new york city ten this week 1985 the beatles and other artists no longer on the publishing rights to some of their on music when michael jackson paid forty seven and a half million dollars to buy the adb music catalogues which included about two hundred fifty let in mccartney songs the venture is now called sony atv and is valued at more than two billion dollars that's your look back at this week in history 1979 rockies rematch with apollo career kids were getting blister fully tarling zoe stays and the last year there was a total sariclad let's is still have in often but our news update's do have an office sign lights on events leading up to and beyond the begin clinton the moon is going to destroy the sun but don't work dimissed dr newsradio seven four d a d r h authorities children in view on oh yeah.

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Mornings on you hampshire today the a man up and say we're not going to do this anymore they had not going there anymore the vance going to go to one of these hospitals here and we'll fight the red tape for you the veterans were more or less verse turned his star their day you hampshire today with jack heath and now a look back at this week in history it housed some of the worst criminals in america like alka pound george machinegun kelley it's twenty nine year run more than fifteen hundred convicts were kept there and this week in 1930 fourth the first federal prison inmates arrived at alcatraz island in san francisco bay his me he ninety four by united states exploded a nuclear bomb over nagasaki japan nicknamed fat man the bomb killed an estimated seventy four thousand people had put an end to world war two a 24yearold postal employees named david berkowitz was arrested in yonkers new york this week and ninety 77 he claimed the demons and his neighbours black labrador retriever told him to kill burqa which was accused of being the son of sam gone that whose year long series of attacks killed six wounded seven and terrorise new york city ten this week 1985 the beatles and other artists no longer on the publishing rights to some of their on music when michael jackson paid forty seven and a half million dollars to buy the atv music catalogue which included about two hundred fifty lennon mccartney songs the venture is now called sony atv and is valued at more than two billion dollars that's your look back at this week in history.

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"yonkers new york" Discussed on WGIR-AM

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01:34 min | 3 years ago

"yonkers new york" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Mornings on you have sure today the a should man ahmed say we're not gonna do this anymore bands not going there anymore the vance going to go to one of these hospitals here and we'll fight the red tape for you the veterans were more listeners turned his started their day you hampshire today with jackie and now a look back at this week in history they housed some of the worst criminals in america like alka pound george machine gun kelley it's twenty nine year run more than fifteen hundred convicts were kept there and this week in ninety thirty four the first federal prison inmates arrived at alcatraz island in san francisco bay his me he ninety four by the united states exploded a nuclear bomb over nagasaki japan nicknamed fat man the bomb killed an estimated seventy four thousand people and put an end to world war two a 24yearold postal employees named david berkowitz was arrested in yonkers new york this week and ninety 77 he claimed the demons and his neighbours black lab for your retriever told him to kill berkowitz was accused of being the son of sam gunman whose year long series of attacks killed six wounded seven and terrorise new york city ten this week 1985 the beatles and other artists no longer on the publishing rights to some of their on music when michael jackson paid forty seven and a half million dollars dubai the atv music cadillac akg which included about two hundred fifty lennon mccartney songs the venture is now called sony atv and is valued at more than two billion dollars that's your look back at this week in history hi this is tom raphael president and ceo of northeast delta.

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