20 Burst results for "five ten twenty years"

What weighs down GDP?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:24 min | 6 months ago

What weighs down GDP?

"Not for the first time I am on this program. We take our lead from our early rising colleagues on the marketplace morning report. The News News there. The News context here and this morning early with the markets bouncing back. After the agenda of yesterday it went like this well the problem is the market's been doing an awful lot better than the fundamentals. That's David David Kelly a morning report regular also the chief global strategist at J.P. Morgan funds talking to David Brancaccio. This morning say more. Though would you Mitch Kelly about those fundamentals. It's going to get a GDP number tomorrow over two percent. And why is that. Just two percent you know between the federal government of the Federal Reserve. Got All the stimulus being poured into the economy. And it's not actually helping economy grow that's tossed so we got tears in Clare on the phone. She's a professor of economics at George Washington University to break things down a little before us one of the big things that we were watching was the role of the tax cuts and jobs act. Also the Fed of course keeping interest rates low. So that means that we're looking at savers. Trying to find a place to put their money to earn some income and that pushes more more money towards the stock market which gets us to it does look like a stock market and the real economy are potentially out of line. Aw but there is more to the fundamentals than just GDP at the same time if we look at other figures such as what's been going on in the labor market there is that fifty year low unemployment. Of course things are still remarkably good particularly when we think about how long this expansion has lasted. Don't zone on eleven years now which helps explain why people are getting jittery. When unforeseen stuff happens that corona virus really being the the driver of of that tumble and that people are worried that that might affect the Chinese economy that was yesterday? The Corona virus in the markets today traders apparently decided the corona virus. Isn't that big a deal but look fundamentally this whole thing is all about confidence right. How much consumers? which as we've been telling you for years now are the single biggest driver of this economy? How much they think things are going to be okay so to that end a little compare and contrast now we learned today from the Commerce Department that orders for durable goods big expensive things postal last couple of years? We learned those orders were up in December so far so good but there is a certain line-item in that report that we pay attention to capital capital goods equipment that businesses by to produce more stuff orders for those dropped which is not a good look for business investment consumer confidence though how we all feel about the economy. We learned that today improved more than expected so the essay question goes like this. Why do you businesses seem to be skeptical about the economy while consumers think things are maybe not so bad? Marketplace's Kimberly Adams got the assignment. Consumers are feeling better about the economy because after a long recovery since the recession Josh Gibbons at the Economic Policy Institute says most people they have really beaten beaten down expectations in. So if you look over the past year unemployment's pretty low. Wages are doing not great but okay. Maybe they're like this is as good as it's been for a while but business investment has been slowing for months now and economists like to pay close attention to those numbers because weak business investment. Eventually the ripples through the rest of the economy in so if you're trying to predict whether or not say a recession is coming. Durable goods will sometimes sort of go down more quickly than other parts and be a better forecasting instrument because business investments in durable goods are a reflection of companies own forecasts. Alison Schrager is a senior. A fellow at the Manhattan institute she says businesses are looking at the economy. Five ten twenty years from now as opposed to consumers are really experiencing Very strong economy and their outlook is appreciably shorter also when businesses invest are also often now more more thinking about global markets not just domestic markets markets and with the trade war far from over and risks from climate change. The outlook for the global economy is a bit uncertain just now in in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for Marketplace

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Cannabis and The Road Ahead for Investors

MarketFoolery

07:21 min | 7 months ago

Cannabis and The Road Ahead for Investors

"I'm let's start with cannabis though because we are wrapping up twenty and nineteen and I talked a little bit a with emily flip in a couple of weeks ago on this show she had gone into. MJ Biz Khan and you look at the coverage of that and it's and it's really from a stock perspective it is. I think the Uber Narrative of the year for the cannabis industry which is the loss of tens of billions of dollars in market cap of the biggest publicly traded cannabis companies bunnies. When you look at that as someone who analyzes stocks do you look at that and think a lot of this makes sense because has there was some inflation? That wasn't deserved or do you. What do you think when you look back on two thousand nineteen? Yeah so I think you have to look at twenty nineteen in the context of two thousand eighteen. So twenty eighteen was really the year of euphoria. You hype marijuana's going to take over. It's going to be a multibillion dollar industry and there's not gonna it'd be any speed bumps two thousand nineteen though was really the reality check ear so I mean this is an industry that is being built from the ground up and also the infrastructure I structure is being built from the ground up around it so with that twenty nineteen. We just saw a lot of missteps. We saw he kind of bumbled rollout in Canada there are some oversupply issues in Canada. There was also lack of access to product in Canada as well so all of the sales expectations that we went into twenty nineteen just did not pan out. That goes to one of the things emily talked about was when essentially you're creating an industry from whole whole cloth. It's not just a question of creating that industry. It's the support system around it and so here in the US among other challenges because there is not at federal legalization basic banking services is a challenge for so many of these businesses and unfortunately will continue to be challenged. Chris I mean you look at the Safe Banking Act which you know in two thousand nineteen it was all about. Oh the safe banking out. We'll come and they will actually see these businesses get access to things. I've just been able little process credit card payments but what we've seen in two thousand nineteen I think will be interesting. Even heading into two thousand twenty is a lot of these initiatives. They'll get started in. Congress will pass through the House only to stall in the Senate and of course the Senate being controlled by the Republican majority right now and so. I don't see a a lot of that changing as much as I would love to say in twenty twenty. It's an election year. Things are going to be turning around at least in terms of the the regulation side of things on the federal zero level. I don't see that happening. I think until number one I mean the big wild card right now is okay with the two thousand twenty election. Who's going to get elected president if you look look across the Democratic candidates right now all but one of course that being Joe Biden actually believe that? We'll see some sort of Legalization on the federal level but even so alternate comes down to the Senate will it remain under Republican control if that changes then we could start to see some movement on things. It's like this safe banking act even the more act which is attempting to expunge records also implement some sort of federal tax And Really D- schedule decriminalize marijuana but until that happens that's really the big question. Mark for twenty twenty. We talk every now and then about mindset for investors and it sounds increasingly like if you're looking to invest in cannabis more so than other industries. You have to ratchet up the amount of patients that you have in terms terms of your expectations because anytime you're dealing with the number of X.. Factors at the federal governmental level. That you just laid out then. Yeah I mean when we say we like to invest for five ten twenty years we do. It's just that ideally we're investing in companies that are also also offering us some type of return in the first one to five years but it seems like with cannabis there will be winners. There will be rewards for investors. But it's it's really gotta be something where your your patients is higher than normal. Yeah I think it's patients on one the hand but also too. I mean it's going to be slim pickings even going into twenty twenty because really what we saw in two thousand nine hundred ninety saw access to capital markets. Really start to dry up as we. I started to see a lot of the the hype and euphoria start to wane and so you have a lot of a lot of money right now that is sitting on the sidelines. Not Coming into the industry you have a lot of companies. It's really under a cash crunch so I think you'll continue to see into twenty twenty companies. Who won't make it But I think as long term foolish investors that also gives us tremendous opportunity. Because we can't afford to be patient there are companies out there Segments of the market within the cannabis days space that a really attractive attractive. I'm thinking about multi state operators There's a company called truly. It's a multi state operators based out of Florida. It's got about a little over forty dispensaries stories but they are planning to expand places like Connecticut Massachusetts California. This has been a very financially disciplined company. They're actually profitable on. The stock has been up here to date. I mean they have been one of the bright spots in a lot. That's been happening. But I think multi state operators right now have kind of been thrown Out with all the other bigger names. That have really had a very very tough year. I think that's one space to look at for long term investors. Another space. Chris that I think is really interesting. Are just some of the other picks shovels place. So I'm thinking about companies like n wave they make dehydration technology. We know a lot of these companies are trying to bring down the cost of production and canvas. This is a company. That's really expediting that entire process by helping them to dehydrate. The plants So that's it's another one that I really like a valid grow. Works there in extractor Emily and I had a chance to interview the someone from their management team. Really impressed by their strategy strategy and their place within the derivatives market so Canada recently legalized derivatives. We're talking about your edibles your cannabis infused beverages averages. This is a company. That's I think. Really going to be shaping what that looks like. So I'd say if you're a foolish long-term investor think about picks shovels plays and also think about on the US side the multi state operators. Should we expect to see certainly in two thousand twenty but maybe even for a a year or two after that consolidation here in the US. I it just seems like some of these. Smaller companies really can't sustain themselves absolutely absolutely. I mean there's it's only a matter of time before we start to see even more headlines with that heading into two thousand twenty And I think it's it's not even just among the cannabis players. I mean consumer packaged goods companies are really seeing this as an opportune time. Especially now that valuations pretty much been cut in half sometimes seventy five percent or more for a lot of these companies so yes. I think you'll continue to see consolidation. You'll continue to see partnerships and you'll continue to see consumer packaged goods companies coming into play as

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FedEx Stock Stung by the Shift to E-Commerce

MarketFoolery

05:16 min | 8 months ago

FedEx Stock Stung by the Shift to E-Commerce

"Got to look back on two thousand nineteen we've got another strong quarter from General Mills. And yes I am surprised to be saying that out loud. But we're GONNA START WITH FEDEX next because shares of Fedex or down nine percent after a second quarter that did not live up to expectations. And I I got a couple of questions for you about Fedex. But let's just start with the quarter itself. What did you think of the quarter in what stood out to you Well I'm going to quote some Somebody from Wall Street to Deutsche Bank Analyst The right up there. starts with Fedex reported results that we can only characterize as breathtakingly bad. That's that's a little. That's a little mean. That's that's that's a headline. That's hurtful headline. Yeah they were. What do do you think they were breathtakingly bad? Yes I mean I dwell. I'm just following on somebody else's Verbiage now but I I have nothing to counteract that with breath and I think Fedex itself the CF oh Okay not to be outdone the CFO on the conference call described Their Air Quarter as horrific. So I mean they're just trying to top each other really. This says what he what he said. Technically is quote our justed operating profit. year-over-year is horrific comma. But it's going to improve. So yes he you try to try to clear everything out out of the way. Okay this is the bottom used that term. And you know we're we're we're coming back strong strong. You know this. This is a little bit of A. WE'RE GONNA make it up in the second half of the year in Fedex has a different fiscal year so this was the Second Quarter and They've got the second half of the year to improve things and that's Always I think a difficult thing to bet on here it a lot like the second corps second second asking to be a lot better. But don't don't look at the first half so for a good stretch of time. Fedex was one of those companies that was referred to as a bellwether stock. If you want to know the state of the economy you can check in to see how ex company is doing and Fedex was one of those companies it. It seems though for a number of reasons not the least of which is Amazon's continued investment into shipping that Fedex is is certainly at minimum less of a bellwether stock. And maybe no longer a bellwether altogether though other about certain things So the the main components components of the difficulty here were Global trade disputes so less international trade Less things moving around around across borders and that's a big component of Fedex business and Secondly and I'm not really ordering these but Amazon yes Amazon of subtracting some of its business from Fedex Fedex subtracting some of its business from Amazon the two of them Fighting and I would say you know is is a bellwether in that respect in that it's business is tied to the strengthen its ability to work and play nicely together with Amazon so that is also something that you know in the retail mall world You know the degree to which Amazon is taking things things over You know is a big component of the difficulties air facing and when you are doing a lot of business with Amazon as Fedex was as XP logistics six was this time last year went through sort of a similar story. So it's X. P. O.. Lost the Amazon business sought stock cut in half basically because of that. And a few other things you know it's it's a year later. It's come most the way back that being expo Fedex. They gotta make this up somewhere somewhere a little bit more difficult for them Because this was a big chunk of the Business Amazon you look at a five year chart of Fedex it. It is down slightly. I mean it's basically flat over five year period and by the way so he's ups are these just not great businesses to own. If you're someone who's looking to own a business and hold it for five ten twenty years well I don't know it depends on your starting and stopping points and right now are looking at a point which is Involving this is slowing trade and global trade disputes. So check back in a year. Maybe it's a different story and maybe maybe fed ex is saying. Hey We told you so you know this. This was the bottom You know as soon as everybody started trading again. They're using US US They're they're probably not going to be. There's going to be a better chapter to their story with Amazon At least that's the way it looks right now so I wouldn't hold breath for that to improve but global trade char. I mean we're we're looking at the domestic economy and saying things are good here but Fedex global business. So you know. The the impact from the slower economies is showing up for

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"We are at a place where many of your concern the balance China trade war about the economy about the yield curve in version use that energy use that nervousness that you're feeling to tune out the noise and get your quick scoring APP I do want to mention that there have been areas of the market where the market has done relatively little if not anything those periods if we look at history and the history of the S. and P. from nineteen twenty nine in nineteen forty nine the market did not virtually nothing for nineteen sixty seven to nineteen eighty two nothing from two thousand and two thousand ten nothing those were lost decades and if we're heading into one or for not shouldn't matter you should get a pro plan you cannot predict the future you cannot predict what's going on with the tweets Sir China trade war whatever like I said a year and a half ago and I thought the trade war was not going to end well we're sort of seeing that I remember many of you took me to task in February of twenty eighteen when I said that you know no one ever wants a trade war and we're at a trade war without a trade war for months and my big basically you're in half now if you think about it now now we're going up to thirty percent tariffs Hey I I hope we win the trade war but there are very few winners so I we have a new software that we are rolling out today it's called the heap mortgage software and another one called the student loan eliminator now it will work great for those professionals who've been five ten twenty years out of college and still have debt that is eating you up if you want help with the student loan with the student loan crisis trying to eliminate your student loans or even your mortgage debt we have two fascinating software is that can help you so call us at eight eight eight nine today Josh and request the student loan elimination conversation so we're talking about DC plans today inherited IRA raise rollovers I'm gonna give you three things you must know if you inherit and I are a lot of people inheriting arrays and they don't know what to do with it now IRA's been around for decades this from Sarah Brenner J. D. an author at the Iraqi analyst website iris help dot com I reserve the now around for decades this means these accounts are now being inherited by your beneficiaries or you are a beneficiary and increasingly successor beneficiaries here are three things you must know if you are a successor beneficiary who inherits an irate number one you can continue this stretch one of the first questions you may have when you inherit an inherited IRA maybe not when distributions are required you may wonder if you can continue the stretch or maybe even extend the stretch over your life expectancy the bad news is that if you're an inheritor of an inherited IRA you cannot use your own life expectancy to calculate armies anymore the good news however is that you can step into the shoes of the original beneficiary and continue on with the stress that would have been been available to him or her had they live this may allow for more years of tax advantage growth anyone act now before Congress and the stretch which is what they're talking about doing with the death of the stretch number two you can't do a spousal rollover this is a tricky one even if you inherit an inherited IRA from a spouse you can't do a spell to roll over let's say that your spouse in Harrison irae from his uncle Jim your spouse names you was the successor beneficiary only inherited IRA if your spouse should pass away you can continue the stretch of the inherited IRA but you cannot do with spousal rollover why that is because the original account owner was uncle Jim and was not your spouse number three you should name a successor beneficiary when you own heritage when you inherit an inherited IRA as the successor beneficiary is one thing you should do right away name your own successor beneficiary that way in the event of your death this stretch could.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We are at a place where many of your concern the balance China trade war about the economy about the yield curve in version use that energy use that nervousness that you're feeling to tune out the noise and get your quick scoring APP I do want to mention that there have been areas of the market where the market has done relatively little if not anything those periods if we look at history and the history of the S. and P. from nineteen twenty nine in nineteen forty nine the market did not virtually nothing for nineteen sixty seven to nineteen eighty two nothing from two thousand and two thousand ten nothing those were lost decades and if we're heading into one or for not shouldn't matter you should get a pro plan you cannot predict the future you cannot predict what's going on with the tweets Sir China trade war whatever like I said a year and a half ago when I thought the trade war was not going to end well we're sort of seeing that I remember many of you took me to task in February of twenty eighteen when I said that you know no one ever wants to trade war and we're at a trade war without a trade war for months and my bit basically you're in half down if you think about it now now we're going up to thirty percent tariffs Hey I I hope we win the trade war but there are very few winners so I we have a new software that we are rolling out today it's called the sheep mortgage software and another one called the student loan eliminator now it will work great for those professionals who've been five ten twenty years out of college and still a debt that is eating you up if you want help with the student loan with the student loan crisis trying to eliminate your student loans or even your mortgage debt we have two fascinating software is that can help you so call us at eight eight eight nine today Josh and request the student loan elimination conversation so we're talking about DC plans today inherited IRA raise rollovers I'm gonna give you three things you must know if you inherit and I are a lot of people inheriting IRA's and they don't know what to do with it now Irene's been around for decades this from Sarah Brenner J. D. an author at the Iraqi analyst website IRA help dot com I reserve the now around for decades this means these accounts are now being inherited by your beneficiaries or you are a beneficiary and increasingly successor beneficiaries here are three things you must know if you are a successor beneficiary who inherits an IRA number one you can continue this stretch one of the first questions you may have when you inherit an inherited IRA maybe about when distributions are required you may wonder if you can continue the stretch for maybe even extend the stretch over your life expectancy the bad news is that if you're an inheritor of an inherited IRA you cannot use your own life expectancy to calculate armies anymore the good news however is that you can step into the shoes of the original beneficiary and continue on with the stretch that would have been been available to him or her had they lived this may allow for more years of tax advantage growth anyone act now before Chris ends the stretch which is what they're talking about doing with the death of the stretch number two you can't do espousal roll over this is a tricky one even if you inherit an inherited IRA from a spouse you can't do a spell to roll over let's say that your spouse and Harrison irae from his uncle Jim your spouse names you was the successor beneficiary on the inherited IRA if your spouse should pass away you can continue the stretch on the inherited IRA but you cannot do a spousal rollover why that is because the original account owner was uncle Jim and was not your spouse number three you should name a successor beneficiary when you own heritage when you inherit an inherited IRA as the successor beneficiary is one thing you should do right away name your own successor beneficiary that way in the event of your death this stretch could.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Color of their skin because right now be booted judge is mainly running for the presidency because he's a homosexual male most of the cops in south bend announced a few days ago they want to quit because you done support him south side of Chicago it is a good example of democratic politics after nine years of instruction and it too we have hope sometime the next five ten twenty years that African Americans will figure out what the democratic party's down to you and not for you I definitely do believe there is hope and I think that you know I think that our president is largely going to be there the driver of that because he is not he's not out there saying you know did you know he's not really as much of a cue that most engendering fear he's not doing that he is prompting these people to demonstrate who and what they are rather than going out there every day and and articulating he dug articulated from time to time but you know you had more and more if you know the weather is very vocal they're very blah they are very repetitive so it seems as though there you know to the rank and file voter maybe they're a lot more of them or they represent more our electorate that may actually do but they don't the real not jobs are really just a sliver but unfortunately they've got the media I see every day more and more black people waking up more and more Latinos the waking up and more and more Whitey waking up to it you know the fact that you're not a race it's because some of liberal or some liberal what color called your racist your rate if you take if you demonstrate antipathy towards someone on the basis you can walk forward confidently and not melt like the wicked witch just because someone for with the braces you find you then you know you can you can confidently articulate your position and not be afraid you know that if they want to do they want to shut people up with this rhetoric and I think I think are pregnant ended the wake in a lot of people out in addition to the the department of the you know these crazy let the the journal well lastly I would say Obama opposed open borders in fact Obama gave speeches on the southern border that trump could have given Obama opposed gay marriage Obama pose Medicare for all Obama displayed the Betsy Ross flag in each of his Ann Arbor was right behind his head that shows or the democratic Democratic Party was in word is a day but Eric rush we gotta go what is your website to where I can drive certain people Eric rush dot com that he are I K. R. U. S. H. dot com rush god bless you I love speaking with you and people like Walter Williams and and other other conservatives Keith Jackson who's in who's in the course of the Saint Louis area it's wonderful it's one I'm it wonderful when you guys are doing and hopefully you're not a voice crying in the wilderness that African Americans a look at what the democratic party's done due to your race specifically over the years what is doing today today with illegal immigration destroying the black community in Planned Parenthood and and not allowing school choice of that black kids are locked in public schools instead of private schools and Republicans want to change on that but as long as the Democrats in African American liberals have the media like CNN I I think it's going to be difficult but Eric rush we gotta go and god bless you and thanks for coming on the bill Cunningham show let's continue with more bill Cunningham here.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"South bend announced a few days ago they want to quit because you done support him south side of Chicago it is a good example of democratic politics after nine years of instruction and it's a way of hope sometime the next five ten twenty years that African Americans will figure out what the democratic party's done to you and not for you I definitely do believe there is hope and I think that you know I think that our president is largely going to be that the driver of that because he is not he's not out there saying well you know the you know he's not really as much of a cue that mode engendering fear he's not doing that he is prompting these people to demonstrate who and what they are rather than going out there every day and and articulating and he does articulate it from time to time but you know you have more and more is that you know the weather is very vocal they're very lot they are very repetitive so it seems as though there you know to the rank and file voter maybe they're a lot more of them or they represent more our electorate that may actually do but they don't the real not jobs are really just a sliver but unfortunately they got the media I see every day more and more black people waking up more and more Latinos the waking up and more and more white waking up to it you know the fact that you're not a racist because some of the liberal arts and liberal what color called your racist your rate this if you do if you demonstrate antipathy towards someone on the base right you can walk forward confidently and not melt like the wicked witch just because for with someone both the braces do find you then you know you can you can confidently articulate your position and not be afraid you know that's what they want to do they want to shut people up with this rhetoric and I think I think our president and in the wake in a lot of people up in addition to the the department of the you know these crazy lefties in general well lastly I would say Obama opposed open borders in fact Obama gave speeches on the southern border that trump could have given Obama opposed gay marriage Obama pose Medicare for all Obama displayed the Betsy Ross flag in each of his Ann Arbor was right behind his head that shows or the democratic democratic party was and word is a day but Eric rush we gotta go what is your website to where I can drive certain people crush dot com that he are I K. R. U. S. H. dot com Eric rush god bless you I love speaking with you and people like Walter Williams and and other other conservatives Keith Jackson who's in who's in the course of the Saint Louis area it's wonderful it's what I'm it wonderful when you guys are doing and hopefully you're not a voice crying in the wilderness that African Americans a look at what the democratic party's done due to your race specifically over the years what is doing today today with illegal immigration destroying the black community in Planned Parenthood and and not allowing school choice of that black kids are locked in public schools instead of private schools and Republicans want to change on that but as long as the Democrats and African American liberals have the media like CNN I I think it's going to be difficult but Eric rush we gotta go and god bless you and thanks for coming on the bill Cunningham show let's continue with more bill coming in here the great American live with you every el Paso's newsradio six ninety.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Content of their character of their conduct and not by the color of their skin because right now be booted judge is mainly running for the presidency because he's a homosexual male most of the cops in south bend announced a few days ago they want to quit because you done support him south side of Chicago it is a good example of democratic politics after nine years of instruction and it's a way of hope sometime the next five ten twenty years that African Americans will figure out what the democratic party's done to you and not for you I definitely do believe there is hope and I think that you know I think that our president is largely going to be that the driver of that because he is not he's not out there saying well you know the you know he's not really as much of a cue that most engendering steer he's not doing that he is prompting these people to demonstrate who and what they are rather than going out there every day and and articulating and he does articulate it from time to time but you know you have more and more is that you know the web is very vocal they're very lot they are very repetitive so it seems as though there you know to the rank and file voter maybe they're a lot more of them or they represent more our electorate that may actually do but they don't the real not jobs are really just a sliver but unfortunately they got the media I see every day more and more black people waking up more and more Latinos the waking up and more and more white waking up to it you know the fact that you're not a racist because some of liberal or some liberal what color called your racist your races if you do if you demonstrate antipathy towards someone on the base right you can walk forward confidently and not melt like the wicked witch just because for with someone both the braces do find you then you know you can you can confidently articulate your position and not be afraid you know that's what they want to do they want to shut people up with this rhetoric and I think I think our president and in the wake in a lot of people up in addition to the the department of the you know these crazy lefties in general well lastly I would say Obama opposed open borders in fact Obama gave speeches on the southern border that trump could have given Obama opposed gay marriage Obama pose Medicare for all Obama displayed the Betsy Ross flag in each of his Ann Arbor was right behind his head that shows or the democratic democratic party was and word is a day but Eric rush we gotta go what is your website to where I can drive certain people crush dot com that he are I K. R. U. S. H. dot com Eric rush god bless you I love speaking with you and people like Walter Williams and and other other conservatives Keith Jackson who's in who's in the course of the Saint Louis area it's wonderful it's what I'm it wonderful when you guys are doing and hopefully you're not a voice crying in the wilderness that African Americans a look at what the democratic party's done due to your race specifically over the years what is doing today today with illegal immigration destroying the black community in Planned Parenthood and and not allowing school choice of that black kids are locked in public schools instead of private schools and Republicans want to change on that but as long as the Democrats and African American liberals have the media like CNN I I think it's going to be difficult but Eric rush we gotta go and god bless you and thanks for coming on the bill Cunningham show let's continue with more bill coming up here the great American live with you every el.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"They're scared in their extremely painful in this often manifests both as an inability to walk and vocalizing, they're crying, and again, sometimes screaming if I'm being completely honest because of the stress anxiety and being associated with this these cats need to be immediately transported to a veterinary facility as quickly as possible when I was going through my. Training too many years ago to admit here. We always said these cats don't have a great prognosis. The most humane intervention for them is humane euthanasia because their pregnancies is poor. I'm happy to tell you that medicine has advanced feline critical care in feline cardiac care has progressed since I was trained. We've learned a lot more and patients who develop this kind of problem a saddle thrombosis developing. This issue is not an immediate death sentence. We no longer immediately recommend euthanasia. It takes a lot of aggressive critical care in pain management to get them through this acute crisis, but they can get through the acute crisis. It's not a share fire guaranteed thing. But we can do so much better today two thousand eighteen than we did five ten twenty years ago. I would say. The only sure thing about that is if you don't seek help things aren't going to go, well direct and another thing to highlight is we're talking about saddle thrombosis talking about that abnormal clot lodged in blood vessels in compromising blood flow to the back limbs when a pet parents saw that their cat couldn't walk in the back legs. I think it's important not to be blinded or put the blinders on that saddle thrombosis. The only thing that can cause those signs in a kitty. There's a lot of other reasons that an animal may not be able to walk. There's a lot of other disease processes that could explain why kid he's not able to use their back limbs bone problems nerve problems weakness caused by organ dysfunction in so kidding. The kitty to a veterinarian to be thoroughly evaluated. Is of absolute importance only veternarian can help, you know, the difference. Yes. Exactly. Okay. So I want to tell you about something really cool that I have discovered and it's called pretty litter cat litter. Now, you might think that cat litter is not really something to get excited about banana veterinarian, so gross things tend to excite me. Now, the cool thing about pretty litter though, is that it has a built-in health monitoring system. So it changes colors and kind of helps you keep tabs on your cats urinary health. So that you know, when it's time to call your own veterinarian other things about it. That are super cool is that it's lightweight the whole entire bag only weighs four pounds. And it lasts for an entire month for one cat..

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To get them through this acute crisis. But they can get through the acute crisis. Not a share fire guaranteed thing. But we can do so much better today two thousand eighteen than we did five ten twenty years ago. So I would say the only sure thing about that is if you don't seek help things aren't going to go, well direct and another thing to highlight is we're talking about saddle thrombosis. We're talking about that abnormal clot lodged in blood vessels in compromising blood flow to the back limbs when a pet parents saw that their cat couldn't walk in the back legs. I think it's important not to be blinded or put the blinders on that saddle thrombosis. The only thing that can cause those signs and a kitty there's a lot of other reasons that an animal may not be able to walk. There's a lot of other. Disease processes that could explain why he's not able to use their back limbs bone problems nerve problems weakness caused by organ dysfunction in so getting the kitty to a veterinarian to be thoroughly evaluated is of absolute importance. Veterinarian can help you know, the difference. Yes. Exactly. Okay. So I wanna tell you about something really cool that I had discovered and it's called pretty litter cat litter. Now, you might think that cat litter is not really something to get excited about. But I'm a veterinarian so gross things tend to excite me. Now, the cool thing about pretty litter though, is that it has a built-in health monitoring system. So it changes colors and kind of helps you keep tabs on your cats urinary health. So that you know, when it's time to call your own veterinarian other things about it. That are super cool is that it's lightweight the whole entire bag only weighs four.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Trained. We've learned a lot more and patients who develop this kind of problem a saddle thrombosis developing. This issue is not an immediate death sentence. We no longer immediately recommend euthanasia. It takes a lot of aggressive critical care. In pain management to get them through this crisis, but they can get through the acute crisis. It's not a surefire guaranteed thing. But we can do so much better today two thousand eighteen than we did five ten twenty years ago. So it say the only sure thing about that is if you don't seek help things aren't going to go, well direct and another thing to highlight is we're talking about saddle thrombosis. We're talking about that abnormal clot lodged in blood vessels, compromising blood flow to the back limbs when a pet parents saw that's our cat couldn't watch in the back legs. I think it's important not to be blinded or put the blinders on that saddles around. This is the only thing that can cause those signs and a kitty there's a lot of other reasons that an animal may not be able to walk there. A lot of other disease processes that could explain why kid he's not able to use their back limbs Goan problems nerve problems weakness caused by organ dysfunction in so getting the kitty to a veterinarian to be thoroughly evaluated is of absolute importance only veterinarian can help, you know, the difference. Yes. Exactly. Okay. So I want to tell you about something really cool that I have discovered and it's called pretty litter cat litter. Now, you might think that cat litter is not really something to get excited about. But I'm a veterinarian so gross things tend to excite me. Now, the cool thing about pretty litter though, is that it has a built-in health monitoring system. So it changes colors and kind of helps you keep tabs on your cats urinary health. So that you know, when it's time to call your own veterinarian other things about it. That are super cool is that it's lightweight the whole entire. Bag only weighs four pounds. And it lasts for an entire.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So looked at and then your investments the appropriately positioned based on your comfort level with risks. In other spread. It around enough. So that we have good asset allocation, you know, retirement income strategy is the key to making all this work because you're gonna have a lot of money. But if you don't have a set retirement income coming in it's harder to to budget for your retirement expenses. And then of course, we always want to look at tax mitigation as best we can because many people come to us with their largest single asset being their retirement plan, which was all pre-tax, which means what when it comes out. It's fully income taxable. And what we look at that. And we assume our clients are gonna live twenty plus years. What are the tax rates going to be five ten twenty years from now, I'm willing to say clearly they're going to be much higher than they are today. Because of where the federal deficit is that it's been building up not just for one president. But multiple presidents over decades. You know, it's been building up. It's not anybody. You can point to currently it's been. Building up for many many many years. So it's important to understand that and understand that if taxes go up you're going to pay a lot more in taxes from your retirement accounts. We have strategies to help you kind of in the long run, reduce your tax exposure. So it's about wealth, preservation and wealth transfer that we talk about a lot from our clients to their family so of having a.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So looked at and then your investments the appropriately positioned based on your comfort level with risks in other spread around enough. So that we have good asset allocation, you know, retirement income strategy is the key to making all this work because you're gonna have a lot of money. But if you don't have a. Set retirement income coming in it's hard to budget for your retirement expenses. And then of course, we always want to look at tax mitigation as best we can because many people come to us with their largest single asset being their retirement plan, which was all pre-tax, which means what when it comes out. It's fully income taxable. And what we look at that. And we assume our clients are gonna live twenty plus years. What are the tax rates going to be five ten twenty years from now, I'm willing to say clearly they're going to be much higher than they are today. Because of where the federal deficit is that it's been building up not just for one president. But multiple presidents over decades. You know, it's been building up. It's not anybody you can point to currently it's been building up for many many many years. So it's important to understand that and understand that if taxes go up you're going to pay a lot more in taxes from your retirement accounts. We have strategies to help you kind of in the long run, reduce your tax exposure. So it's about wealth preservation and wealth transfer that we talked about a lot from our clients to their family so of having a well thought-out.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Were granted extraordinary power by congress. I think in two thousand five where they don't even have to prove that you owe a debt they're able to seize your Bank accounts are able to seize your paychecks. It's unbelievably abusive, what student loan lenders are allowed to do. And that's why you've got to make sure you have every bit of documentation, you can to fight back if five ten twenty years from now, they come back and say, oh, no you. Oh money, you need those documents to prove and I would keep a copy digitally and the paper copy is well because paper can disappear at some point over your lifetime. No question for you. Live team via money order personal check just continue electronially. Like I've been doing electronically is fine. And you should have an electronic record from them showing your balance and that lasts payment would show that you've taken it to zero. And then the Bank will also showed the canceled. Check. And so everything you have that proves that you you. You did all that is what you want to be about. What's your next chapter in your life? Now that you have stayed to this you've gotten these student loans wiped out what are you going to do next? It's a good feeling. But then it's like onto the next challenge in the next one is going to be a he lock which I took out foolishly for foolish reasons. But dennis. You do what to do with the civil loans and get this thing paid off. But my question was and when I wrote in..

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Area is that student loan lenders. Were granted extraordinary power by congress. I think in two thousand five where they don't even have to prove that you owe a debt they're able to seize your Bank accounts are able to seize your paychecks. It's unbelievably abusive, what student loan lenders are allowed to do. And that's why you've gotta make sure you have every bit of documentation, you can to fight back five ten twenty years from now they come back and say, oh, no, you owe money you need those documents to prove and I would. I keep a copy digitally and the paper copy as well because paper can disappear at some point over your lifetime. No question for you. Live team at the money. Order personal Cherokee continue electrically like doing electronically is fine. And you should have an electronic record from them showing your balance and that lasts payment would show that you've taken it to zero. Bagel also showed the canceled. Check. And so everything you have that proves that you. You did all that is what you wanna be about. What's your next chapter in your life? Now that you have stayed to this you've gotten these student loans wiped out what are you going to do next? It's a it's a good feeling. But then it's like onto the next challenge in the next one is going to be you lock which I took out foolishly for foolish reasons. Why do look a deal with the civil loans? It gives us thing paid off. But my question was when I wrote in I'm getting ready to take a vacation to Colorado to visit family my grandson. There's also over there and just..

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And he's worth that because he has copies of all of us yes and he sells those advertise those data sets to advertisers so facebook this free yeah yeah mariam worth eighty one point six make eighty one billion all about the data right so he's richard now than warren buffett and what did we get exactly for giving up all of our privacy and giving it all the mark we got what the ability to share some pictures grandma and what's interesting is in spite of all this ridiculous scandals you know with cambridge analytica yeah that facebook still that's weird ben they're they're now they're like we've out your privacy and you go through your privacy settings and i'm like you guys are only doing this because you were forced to do that oh course yeah these companies that mcdonald's telling me please choose healthy choices like apples in yogurt you know why do you have the french fries in the picture we served you pink slime garish for years right it's tough in so them capturing data yeah so okay so number one and two but i told you google is the one i fear yeah google's got all the data's right they do i mean amazon is second richest bezos and bill gates but yes google 'cause they know everything i've searched tell me experience with your leaving work in your phone knows oh hey yeah it's weird that it's bef right before i'm gonna leave it knows what the traffic is and tells me you know it pops up a you might wanna take a commuter reality instead of the five or whatever and it just knows that stuff in the mornings at knows i'm coming here on saturdays in knows my whole routine and that means google knows my whole routine they know everywhere i go they know what i look for while i'm there what i search for i and i see those ads coming up on web pages right so lately i've got lots of belgian beer ads on the sides pages have been in belgium recently and that's just weird 'cause they know knows i was in belgium they knew i was searching for some sort of ale there monk abbey you know whatever and that keeps coming up now like oh hey we oh my goodness discovered you like belgian beer we'll just advertise that to you over and over again i don't know i don't in a way it's creepy because if feels like being spied on all the time right and we really we are we're giving that we're here we're asking to be spied on us right in order to use free email really like that's the deal or have the convenience of knowing if there's a traffic jam on my normal route so i can route around it you know that is convenient but then after five ten twenty years what happens to that data set historic forever and know everything i've done maybe i think they do think they do i think we we lose control over and then we lose like that we even care well that's that whole right to be forgotten thing they're pushing europe which is over there they can say google erase me a race everything you know about me and i know facebook has said now okay you can see what we have allegedly on you that you can't get rid of it and wasn't google the one that says you can see what we have and you can delete it i can yeah in in europe i think it's a little scary and i i do suggest to people that they find out what google has on them not only by just can't remember what the app is the command but you can also just go and google many different ways and see what comes up i think you'll be surprised now some people are almost invisible on google other people unfortunately like me all the time on it to use it for work a lot and some cities even like talking to somebody and i happened to google their name oh hey they have a traffic ticket and it was on this date in this time and i said i said hey so have you learned how to drive or do you mean well you know that ticket you got on mulberry street last year no well it's out there on google yeah public record all the worst of those guys that were putting everybody's mugshot up my mugshots up there they actually went to jail for that because they would put people's mugshots up and then charge you to take him down boy that that's that's terrible yeah that's like when.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"People including two brooklyn illinois police officers become ill from an unknown substance inside roxie are brad showed has the latest brad what have you learned tom i just got done talking with brooklyn police lieutenant antonio white lieutenant white set around two thirty to three this morning they were called out heard that there were folks sickened from some unidentified substance they've read then the substance here at the roxy nightclub in brooklyn police and medics evacuated the building and treated to the l and that's when two of the brooklyn police officers fell ill themselves and had to be transported as well as one med star medic then three others account for that six so right as we said at this point six people ill they're thinking it's not lifethreatening they haven't heard anything to the contrary from the reports from the hospital but they still aren't sure what the substance is illinois state police drug unit has been called in to take over that investigation and figure out what's happening so to recap here at brooke rockies in brooklyn a hazmat situation six people to the hospital they have the building sealed off nobody inside they said there was quite a few people in the building when this all went down so they'll be speaking to all of those folks trying to get to the the bottom of this as well as looking at surveillance camera footage live in brooklyn illinois brad showed newsradio eleven twenty camelot's president trump says it was scott pruitt's decision to step down as epa chief this even though pruitt had been embroiled for months and controversies over his spending his ethics and his travel we get more from cbs news as mola langey thank you very much epa is doing really really well for months president trump had offered his unwavering support republican senator jim inhofe from pruitt's home state of oklahoma released a statement commending him for ending the burdensome regulations that have stifled economic growth across the country there was also fierce criticism of pruitt from environmental groups and politicians on both sides of the aisle have seen scandal after scandal that has come out of his administration vermont independent senator bernie sanders released a statement saying scott pruitt was the worst epa administrator in the history of the agency pruitt's temporary replacement deputy chief andrew wheeler is a former lobbyist for the coal industry who has questioned the extent of man's effect on climate change local woman spearheading the fight to clean up radioactive waste site in north saint louis county is reacting to the resignation of pruitt don chapman with the group just moms tells komo ex news at the west lake landfill issues extremely complex when you're talking about somebody that has knowledge detailed knowledge of the site whoever takes his place has to start from scratch says it's up to lawmakers like us senator roy blunt congresswoman and wagner to help bring pruitt's replacement up to speed on the west lake landfill situation by now you may have seen the photo of the ribbon cutting at the arch on tuesday there is now a hashtag arch so white because every community leader in that photo is white dr kierra hudson banks is an associate professor at saint louis university she focuses on race and racial identity and says we should all reflect on what we want to look like in five ten twenty years and choose our actions accordingly greater responsibility for.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on BiggerPockets

BiggerPockets

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on BiggerPockets

"Such unique individual thing we've got to start with that which i did not when i first started i just let the business control it as opposed to starting with the the white goal and then working backwards from their chime in here you know i'm twenty seven here in still kind of working out what my life's gonna look like in five ten twenty years you know i i don't know that versus you know you guys have have families in kind of know exactly where you're at and what you kind of need to get to that desired end result there so what kind of advice would you give to someone like me who's like i'm building for this future that's a little less certain than maybe that what you guys have already got here how do you determine a number their end goal for your your business yeah i was on a very similar situation where i was i was undefined in many ways my own futures undefined to some thirty thirty eight i don't know what i want to do when i grow up either by the thing is i find like i borrowed this from some non real estate financial kind of thing cres in bloggers where you try to have like an on two different goals at one is like an income floor like for me i was at an income go i wanna make a certain amount of income every month i wanna have real estate paper certain income to cover my basic expenses so let's just let the number let's just say like his five thousand bucks a month let's say you wanna have you real estate cover five thousand bucks a month so when you get to that level maybe that's your light are my family can live very comfortably on that or or if your numbers ten thousand numbers sent thousands of some number like that when you get to a place where you have a your portfolio producing that much income in a stable and resilient and a safe you that's a really big milestone like that's that's sort of like the peak of financial independence in some ways you done something well but the other thing that kind of note was that learned for myself was.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"Such unique individual thing we've got to start with that which i did not when i first started i just let the business control it as opposed to starting with the the white goal and then working backwards from their chime in here you know i'm twenty seven here in still kind of working out what my life's gonna look like in five ten twenty years you know i i don't know that versus you know you guys have have families in kind of know exactly where you're at and what you kind of need to get to that desired end result there so what kind of advice would you give to someone like me who's like i'm building for this future that's a little less certain than maybe that what you guys have already got here how do you determine a number their end goal for your your business yeah i was on a very similar situation where i was i was undefined in many ways my own futures undefined to some thirty thirty eight i don't know what i want to do when i grow up either by the thing is i find like i borrowed this from some non real estate financial kind of thing cres in bloggers where you try to have like an on two different goals at one is like an income floor like for me i was at an income go i wanna make a certain amount of income every month i wanna have real estate paper certain income to cover my basic expenses so let's just let the number let's just say like his five thousand bucks a month let's say you wanna have you real estate cover five thousand bucks a month so when you get to that level maybe that's your light are my family can live very comfortably on that or or if your numbers ten thousand numbers sent thousands of some number like that when you get to a place where you have a your portfolio producing that much income in a stable and resilient and a safe you that's a really big milestone like that's that's sort of like the peak of financial independence in some ways you done something well but the other thing that kind of note was that learned for myself was.

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"five ten twenty years" Discussed on The AskGaryVee Show

The AskGaryVee Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"five ten twenty years" Discussed on The AskGaryVee Show

"As if want serious man i'm pissed you've got to date it's been sliding into the as i've been right now this is a big one gary what's your often vision for yourself your company in the world for myself that i have the stunning that my funeral will be attended by far more people than anybody realized that's for me for my company that i build one of the great entrepreneurial media business empires of all time and for the world that it continues to do what it's doing which is at a macro it always always always is better than it was the day before even if the headlines trick you to not believing that where will influence our marketing being five ten twenty years it will be it will be far bigger than most people think in five years billions and billions and billions and billions put for buildings off five in ten years it will be understood and be trillions and trillions and trillions business and twenty years i don't know but will probably start looking like television which is trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars but not as effective as it's going to be over the next twenty years it will be a mature market which needs to be priced appropriately or more likely overpriced what advice would you give to someone who doesn't know what to do with their life to try as many things as possible and get into the yes business instead of the no business they've decided what they're not going to do what they can't do instead of focusing on what they could potentially do.

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