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"new york herald" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

The Box Of Oddities

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"new york herald" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities

"Said. The law says a must not cause a crowd of people to collect. The law doesn't say anything about cats so higgins. The Resting Officer was like the law doesn't say anything about people. It says a crowd. A crowd of cats is certainly a crowd. So at this point. There's a station cat. No and the station cat. Whose name is Pete. This is in the Times you guys. So Pete began fighting with one of the felines and with the help of some policemen eventually drove the cat. Hungry kittens out of the building at this time gottlieb still holding his baskets of catnip and he decided that he had not broken any laws he had probably already been through some stuff and during him lake disheveled with his clothes. All shredded by cats. Yeah picture like Daniel Stern from home alone breath wearing a suit jacket. But it's all torn up at the bottom. Maybe like a brown plan anyway. So the police escort him home in a patrol wagon With his baskets of catnap and The next day a story entitled the Cat Caper of the thirty ninth precinct ran in the New York Herald That was then picked up by several newspapers and this was a big story across New York. Well and that's really all I have. That's enough that's plenty right there while. Yeah that's Great Winnie. Start Mining that vein for for stories just bazaar quirky weird crazy little things that happened in the newspaper. One hundred twenty five years ago. I knew this was relatively short story. And it's not like cultural significant change anyone's life but I was like this awareness picked up across the nation and they were like this guy. A lot of cats showed up at the police station so amazing and I wonder if he had any idea in one thousand nine hundred nine that one hundred and eleven years later when eleven interesting we'd be talking about it on the box of oddities. Yeah I don't know of any of what we're doing and would certainly be very confused as to anyone would listen which draft. Hey guys stay safe. We Love You We obviously are doing any live shows right now when things calmed down a little bit we'll start booking more shows will let you know where we're going to be. Maybe you let us now where we're GonNa be you know. Reach to your favorite venues. Say Hey when you start booking people again maybe this and for that we would be forever grateful but not as great as we are that you hang out with us a couple of times premium and until the next time keep flying that flag flies proudly and beautiful freak so let it be known that the box of oddities.

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"new york herald" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"new york herald" 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
"new york herald" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"new york herald" 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
"new york herald" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"new york herald" 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
"new york herald" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"new york herald" 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
"new york herald" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"new york herald" 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.

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Snoopy, Pikachu and other giant balloons ready for Thanksgiving Day Parade

First Light

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Snoopy, Pikachu and other giant balloons ready for Thanksgiving Day Parade

"Thanksgiving parade will fill the streets of New York City this morning in Santa Claus will signal the start of the holiday season riding a float into new York's Herald square he will be preceded we help by giant helium balloon characters marching bands a thousand clowns in more than two dozen flow which is the ninety third annual Macy's thanksgiving day parade and barbecue sack has more Michael the streets around new York's museum of natural history were filled with tens of thousands of people last night getting a preview of today's parade they watched as the sixteen giant helium balloon characters came to life during the annual inflation event it's pretty cold we've never been to the Macy's parade before so we're looking forward to it loser much bigger person than than they seem on TV you don't realize how big they really are and it is amazing all the kids were just as wide eyed as their parents it's also because you get to see what's really cool characters in blue form I think it's so cool and they had the blues and I like it takes like two hundred people to carry them amazing to see how many people for the work into this double the scores on those blues are joined by over eighty thousand parade participants as they make their way from Central Park west to Herald square for the ninety third annual Macy's thanksgiving day parade Susan G. Chero is the parades executive director she said it also features eleven marching bands in twenty six floats all have Tom Turkey at the front of the flow at the front of the parade is going to be kicking off the parade like he does every year and then we also have Santa rounding out the parade so I think those two are the most longstanding traditional floods that everybody really anticipate seeing to terror explain how this annual tradition got started back in nineteen twenty four this parade actually began by Macy's employees the employees were largely I immigrants from Europe and they really wanted to celebrate the holidays in their traditional style with the holiday parade the Macy said sure let's do it let's gather everybody up in that first parade actually saw about two hundred thousand spectators in New York City over three million people watched the parade in person and tens of millions across the country watch it on TV

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"new york herald" Discussed on Sidedoor

Sidedoor

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"new york herald" Discussed on Sidedoor

"Remember I told you that cope was pugnacious. Yes he was just seeing red at that point. That's what led to the final battle between the two of them which was the expose in the New York Herald Cope had for years and collecting collecting what he called his marshy Anna all this evidence and about how bad marsh was and he had done things like he'd gone up to new haven and interviewed marsh assistants who were had been treated badly or unfairly by marsh and cope took all this material l. him and he found a not quite reputable journalists to write up a multi part series based on the Machina it appeared in the New York Herald January eighteen ninety. The headlines shouted about ignorance plagiarism and incompetence and helpfully suggested will congress investigate investigate inner apply Article Powell said that cope was a fine scientists if he could be made to realize that the enemy which he sees forever ever haunting him as a ghost is himself cope then went after marsh saying no man can by the use of money only palm himself off successfully successfully as a representative of the science of America. It was a total embarrassment for both cope and marsh's colleagues and professional peers. I mean everyone in the scientific immune it was just horrified to be dragged into it and it was so unseemly also in the Articles Cope accused marsh of the same same thing he'd been accused of himself that he collected fossils for Yale on the government dollar those accusations caught Congress's congresses attention they investigated and decided to go after marshes fossils in damaging way coke drew blood unfortunately for marsh the US Geological Survey did fund a lot of his research and the government demands for his collections grew stronger in the meantime marsh continued to study and Organiz specimens properly this time until after ten years of dragging his feet. Oc March died mostly alone in eighteen ninety-nine wasn't until marsh marsh was a dead that finally five car loads of fossils were shipped from new haven to Washington Washington DC A few months after his death eighty tons of marshes fossils and among them our friend the status came to their final resting in place at the Smithsonian Institution.

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"new york herald" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Number that an eighteen fifty one. New York Herald Tribune. Under the sponsorship and publishing really employed is its London correspondent. Journalist by the name of Karl Marx. Are told the foreign correspondent March stone broke and were they family ill and undernourished constantly appeal to Greeley and managing editor Charles Vena. For an increase in his salary of five dollars per installment a salary, which he and Engels ungracefully labeled as the lousy guest boys wa cheating. When all is financial appeals where refused March looked around for other means of livelihood and fame eventually terminating his relationship with the trivial devoting his talents full-time to the cause that would be to the world the seeds of Leninism Stalinism revolution. And the Cold War. Yeah. I don't think I have to say too much about that that audio clip it should resonate home with you first of all Karl Marx in eighteen fifty was working as a journalist. Now, I'm not saying all journalists are communist, but I am saying that the the subversive ideology that permeates what we call the media these days, it's very very similar, and they're very similar in their beliefs. And what was also interesting about that is the Herald Tribune that he's talking about there went on to become was bought in split up and became the New York Times and the Washington Post the two most liberal left just liberal. Let's be honest, the two most leftist papers and really media platforms that there are there is none worse. I think you could put CNN and MSNBC in that category. But by and large they have probably done more damage than most. Now, he goes on to speak in this in this speech about let's play cut to real quick. And then I'll I'll explain you. This goes along we.

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"new york herald" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To the US in eighteen ninety two the pledge of allegiance was new. So it was Carnegie Hall the game of basketball and Edison's wax cylinders. Classical music in America wasn't new but it needed a reboot and diversion was the man to do it. Already a celebrated composer in Europe divorce Jack was hired to run a national conservatory in New York to help American composers find their own voice and shake off the European sound at the time American concert music sounded an awful lot like Brahms and Beethoven divorce heard something different in an unexpected place. As he told the New York herald, just before he debuted his new world symphony the future of this country must be founded upon what are called the negro melodies. This must be the real foundation of any serious in origin of school of composition to be developed in the United States, the negro melodies, that's a reading of divorce shock telling white Americans the future of their music resides in the people they subjugated and killed it was radical. And I think that he got harshly criticized and really rejected JoAnne. Valetta is the music director of the buffalo philharmonic. She's conducted divorce shocks new world symphony many times divorce reckless surprised in a way to find the roots of American music would not European. They were African American including spirituals. Oh. Oh. Long. Oh may.

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"new york herald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Three forty three AM Tony pays going, all, the way through. Five forty it Allen Jerry with the warm up Michael I think so Jerry's. Back today okay so he? Wasn't here yet I didn't hear him yesterday Let's go. To, Dave in garden city. Dave you're on the fan Buddy, man how you doing Tony, guys Avar, h you know the news the decline of the newspaper. Is, a very big, deal, I though very briefly he it's not the continuation play. Under the rules of baseball it's if it's a force play before it's. Play Trump's the run scoring so, if if, if for example I think if somebody like the last. Play of the inning last out Yeah well even if it could be like if a guy trying to steal their guy on third and the guy is trying to steal second and they get him out after the the guys crosses the plate that run counts because it's only if it's a play. That. Ends, meaning that it doesn't matter whether the guy causes the play I yeah When he was talented it there's nothing. You. Know That's the challenge there because the forest playing CNN, regardless of whether the guy caused the but Tony. In terms of the, decline in the printed word when we, were kids there, were nine New York morning papers six afternoon papers. And, I used to get messy with newsprint. Kid I I used to go by Saturday night me and a bunch of old men would be up at the candy, store waiting for the bulldog edition of the. Sunday daily news which was like four inches thick it could. Scarcely carry at all You know Jimmy breslin writing for the New York Herald, Tribune in nineteen sixty three when everybody would..

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"new york herald" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on Historical Figures

"I saw an enormous market for himself using his newfound fame edison decided to go public with a bold promise he would perfect the incandescent light and he went one step further pledging to electrify lower manhattan and eliminate offices and homes with his new reliable bulb money poured in on the strength of edison's name his list of new investors now included the richest people on the east coast including wall street banker j p morgan but all of edison's promises hinged on solving the decades old problem of filament life so how do you achieve what no other inventor has up until that time you test for sixteen hundred materials until you find what works everything from fishing line to would to coconut fibre to cardboard charles bachelor discovered the winning candidate and it was one of the most common textiles around cotton thread dusted with carbon these carbonized cotton filaments would burn over thirteen hours which was plenty of time for the next step in edison campaign that is in a luminated his entire lab with the new bulbs and he put outdoor lamps on the narrow lane leading to the train station edison patented his new carbon filament and announced on december eighteen seventy nine to the new york herald that he had done what he'd promised within a week hundreds of visitors and press were flocking to menlo park for the first time ever these visitors got off the train walked down a brightly lit street and entered an entire building glowing with indoor electric light as impressive is that moment must have been it was only the beginning the real challenge lay ahead electrifying one square mile of densely populated lower manhattan this would not be the first power plant created by the edison electric light company in eighteen eighty the edison team successfully installed a steam power generator in the engine room of the steamship.

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"new york herald" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Absolutely perry's theory was to use the what's as his means of travel to use their dogs to use the inner what's now that's different than the british the british had tried and failed with a whole series of expeditions massive expeditions the debris should try beginning with franklin but after franklin aiming for the north pole and they tried to do it themselves with man hauling and they all failed miserably usually the ice would actually be floating south faster than they were marching north so they were losing ground with period he turned to dog sleds and inuits and he wouldn't and he's the first to say he never would have made it without them but on the other hand he it was always controversial even at the time it was controversial on the way he used them for example he didn't pay them very much he he brought some back on the request of the american museum of natural history and in in in which was one of his sponsors in new york as exhibits they die there from the diseases naturally they weren't accustomed to the diseases you'd find and they were they were stuffed or skinned and put on display and those were extremely controversial perry's rivals would make much of it and indeed since he sold his story to one of the papers ultimately the new york times and he never and before that to bennett's newspaper the washington and the new york herald the hearst newspaper would constantly run attacks on perry and among them were his treatments of the inuit he go ahead oh he also he also had children by the inuit women one eight six six five o jimbo we'll be back in a moment hey this ricky from being inhale you like freedom i do you like money do you like freedom and money then you're gonna love freedom checks you see over the next few months an estimated thirty four point six billion dollars up for grabs the anyone who stakes there quite yet you heard that right thirty four point six billion dollars to.

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"new york herald" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on WCHS

"Absolutely perry's theory was to use the inuits as his means of travel to use their dogs to use the inuits now that's different than the british the british had tried and failed with whole series of expeditions massive expeditions the debris should tried beginning with franklin but after franklin aiming for the north pole and they tried to do it themselves with man hauling and they all failed miserably usually the ice would actually be floating south faster than they were marching north so they were losing ground with period he turned to dog sleds and inuits and he wouldn't and he's the first to say he never would have made it without them but on the other hand he was always controversial even at the time it was controversial on the way he used them for example he didn't pay them very much he he brought some back on the request of the american museum of natural history and in in in which was one of his sponsors in new york as exhibits they die there from the diseases naturally they weren't accustomed to the diseases you'd find and they were they were stuffed or skinned and put on display and those were extremely controversial perry his rivals would make much of it and indeed since he sold his story to one of the papers ultimately the new york times and he never and before that to bennett's newspaper the washington and the new york herald the hearst newspaper would constantly run attacks on perry and among them were his treatments of the inuit he go ahead oh he also he also had children by the inuit women one eight six.

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"new york herald" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on WLOB

"Oh absolutely perry's theory was to use the inuits as his means of travel to use their dogs to use the inner what's now that's different than the british the british had tried and failed with a whole series of expeditions massive expeditions that the british should tried beginning with franklin but after franklin aiming for the north pole and they tried to do it themselves with man hauling and they all failed miserably usually the ice would actually be floating south faster than they were marching north so they were losing ground with period he turned to dog sleds and inuits and he wouldn't and he's the first to say he never would have made it without them but on the other hand he it was always controversial even at the time it was controversial on the way he used them for example he didn't pay them very much he he brought some back on the request of the american museum of natural history and in in in which was one of his sponsors in new york as exhibits they died there from the diseases naturally they weren't accustomed to diseases you'd find and they were they were stuffed or skinned and put on display and those were extremely controversial perry his rivals would make much of it and indeed since he sold his story to one of the papers ultimately the new york times and he never and before that to bennett's newspaper the washington the new york herald the hearst newspaper would constantly run attacks on perry and among them were his treatments of the inuit he go ahead.

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"new york herald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Liam neeson well dennis day thing thousands of horta ran very good thank you and we're going to do i play now so take your clothes offenses bring in your no pink any i told you can if he's not going to be accountable all right then i'll make him i need a guy that's accountable of went to college is that and now ladies and yemen for our feature cracking sammy living the opening scene of the editorial in the new york where we find jack finland dr reporter and his secretary miss mary let's good i quit mary we don't want to use your name with dr come on come on at start the show i want to get on youth any they'll jesse call your my boston the late on that a cronje now taking the office of the new york herald but you now how big game hate that name merrin yeah nine thirty all right i'll tell him that it why could range from white rock.

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"new york herald" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Following inside between the surfaces were shaken about like our rattle in a box as the machine rolled over and over he finally fell out upon the sand with nothing worse than painful bruises but the damage to the machine caused a discontinuance of experiments but no wind induced damage could wreck their spirits the day had been a huge success one that was worth writing home about the brothers immediately sent a telegram from kitty hawk back to their father in dayton that very day and father was proud to he sent the telegram to the dayton journal but the news was overshadowed by reports of azap lend that had flown for sixty miles it's hard to imagine but their incredible news failed to bat nye over the next month a few other papers picked up the story but they were by then filled with all kinds of misinformation the report in the new york herald said the flight had been for three miles and that a fan or propeller beneath the machine had helped at stale often exert durations to say the least in this is how one of the major moments in human history almost got lost in the shuffle by this point the brothers had conquered the biggest issues and now knew they wouldn't necessarily need the strong winds soft sands and high hills of kitty hawk to do further testing so that same year they wrapped up operations there and moved back to dayton were they rented a large field called huffman prairie eight miles from their home the man who owned the land torrance huffman said they could use the land rent free as long as they didn't bother the cows now the field wasn't some secluded area used in hopes of keeping the mysteries of flight secret in fact there was a trolley depot directly adjacent to the land and thoroughfares just to the west and south it wasn't the most ideal spot with some tall trees power lines and fences but it was convenient to home so it was good enough for them they're on the newly acquired land they built a small hangar to house.

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"new york herald" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"new york herald" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"The currence uh identity murphy scher in eighteen fortysix the manhattan merchant company was building an opium running clipper ship called the sea which four robert wasserman to command up nothing strange about that sentence as he waited for the vessel to be constructed he met and married core delia sterling he left soon after on the sea which so you got married shirt new york herald cry sometimes i don't know who is the sea which the boat i'm honor our daily funny to spotted sub dives i don't know who edna nor knows enough area is great regret via yeah the new york herald quote this is the most regal vessel we have ever seen and no less striking as captain bob wasserman's fresh young bride she swung the bottle of champagne against the whole and christened the handsome his ship sailing out of new york so this is like paid like he's like a fucking celebrity right right yannick a boat celebrity it is a boat slip newspapers wrote about liberty and newspapers this time or elaborate reading a lot about ships of course i mean god is such exciting stuff shipbuilding and what ships arrived in port sure and whom what cargo was on them mike god i mean the i already wanted just get all the info i cannot in these exciting tales ships also brought letters news from around the world and the of the side of the united states papers would announce the arrival of a ship three weeks from new york or a month out of china.

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