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France and Germany propose €500bn recovery fund

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:54 min | 4 months ago

France and Germany propose €500bn recovery fund

"Earlier in the program we were hearing that the markets had reacted positively to merckel. A macron's US suggested stimulus package of a five hundred billion euros. Tell us more about this one. It's incredibly slow okay. So we've got in America. The two trillion stimulus that was approved weeks ago and and they're already on potentially a second stimulus package. The checks have already arrived in American households. Auto spending them. Hey we are in in the EU when the crisis device crisis hit a lot earlier than a hit in America and the dysfunctional EU is still debating whether or not we should you know whether or not money should be given to various households and businesses. So that's the first thing to bear in mind is how much slower the E. U. decision making body is to America at a time when America is as I said talking about a second. Massive stimulus package and the checks have already arrived to small businesses and households in America weeks ago here we are in the EU. And they're just now talking about it. The first thing. This is only Emmanuel macron and Merckel and Gla Merckel. This still needs to be approved by all twenty seven members of the EU and there will be a lot of Pysche back from the more fiscally or state North Austria's already said we're not signing up to this and this is all about spreading the fiscal burden across various European countries. So we've had a European a court in Germany criticize how the European Central Bank is acting with. Its quantitative easing program. This is the problem. The austere north does not wanNA found the profligacy south put simply now. This is not eurobonds where every country takes responsibility for say paying off. Italy's that this is not Europe bombs but many are regarding as an important step along the way of of of wealthy picking up the TAB foot less wealthy and far more indebted countries so as I said this is a five hundred billion funded. Pretty big number Not as big as the American money given out to be honest this is being regarded as he said very positively by markets and as a potential step towards Eurobonds. But just remember. Italy is the disaster. Here Italy hasn't grown for twenty years. Italy has eaten Olmos debt already and the end of the virus will have even larger amounts of debt something like one hundred sixty percent of GDP. This Y- is is is the country that could rip apart the EU for the time being Angela Merkel with her her deep deep pockets has decided to continue to back the EU and support the EU with this five hundred billion fund.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"It's like when your pet being more than two times sales for the S. and P. Five hundred this is only happened one other time at the top of the DOT com bubble that's when stocks were this expensive before you know two times sales and the price to sales ratio and the S&P five hundred is better it's a better determinant or has been historically that that's the proper way does data's historically when the five hundred has gotten above two times sales it's been a disaster and when it's gotten anywhere near their rights only been above two times once but when anywhere near there in the past has been a disaster too so and of course people love it right that's when they're most excited about stocks are lighting money on fire and loving it and then when it's you know below one time sales at the bottom of bear markets people are too busy changing their underwear five times a day notice the bargain and take advantage of it but in the other way I think to look at the overall stock market they make sense as the old Ben Graham Warren Buffett stock market capitalisation as a percentage of gross domestic product right in stock market cap to GDP and in the United States that's pushing up towards one hundred sixty percent all time high it's like one fifty seven I think right now as we kind of eyeballing the chart it's getting close to one sixty but just above one fifty I mean that's really insane it was like under one fifty at the top of the DOT COM bubble so you know we're in we're in rarified territory here in the stock market no matter what anyone tells you all this stuff about you know as long as interest rates stay low stocks are cheap that makes no sense what so ever okay also for the last couple years at this event I have been talking about Private Equity a kind of a cell signal that's where you really tend to see the froth because it's it's an exercise in chasing risk to get more return you know among well heeled Astor's who can put you know five ten twenty twenty five million until Private Equity Fund so two years ago in two thousand seventeen I threw up a slide of a Natural Times article that said Private Equity Fund raising hits post-crisis high they raised two hundred forty billion lots of money and of course they levered up you know five six seven times right and then of course the following year I put up a slide that says what what with the next thing be well a record two and a half trillion and chargers announced the first half of two thousand eighteen that follows from the from the headline of the previous year and this year private equity races to spend record two and a half trillion Ashbourne dealmaking and highest level since lead up to financial crisis that's the Financial Times just recently here but the most interesting way of looking at this and I freely admit I got this off twitter and I thought it was slightly brilliant now I kind of added to it I fleshed it out more but it was just an idea that somebody kind of throughout it turns out it looks right to me and the basic ideas that blackstone is the second-biggest private equity firm in the world next to a second only to Apollo and when they find new creative ways to sell their equity that's you know they want to sell into a frenzy because what is private equity while they make they buy public on chairs so part one of this was that I run up in nineteen ninety eight during the dot com bubble you got that run up in the summertime right before the rush in crisis hit and long term.

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Every big food company wants a bite of the booming fake meat market

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Every big food company wants a bite of the booming fake meat market

"Burger chain recently parted with impossible foods to debut a limited nationwide launch of meatless whoppers now other companies one in on the action CBS news correspondent Matt Piper they all want a bite of the fake meat beyond meets an impossible foods put plant based food on the map by making meatless patties that bleed but now traditional food giants like Kellogg's Kroger Smithfield and Tyson are all jumping into realistic alternative proteins making recent announcements of new products and investments they've made to take a bite of the market and it's big business beyond meat crushed analyst expectations earlier this year what its stock price soared one hundred sixty percent in its public debut faux meat is projected to reach ten percent of the one point four trillion dollar global meat market in the next decade according to Barclays

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Victor, we really hope that those who who did this. We'll give them the courage to come forward. They're not. Well, they're dangerous. Macalinsan town this weekend accepting their sons diploma at USC. He was in his firing musician who was set to graduate from the prestigious music school. As appearance and coaches continue to agree to plea deals in the college admissions cheating scandal. Actress Laurie Lachlan is reportedly feeling that things are going to be different for her Lori Laughlin and her designer husband Massimo g newly are accused of paying a half million dollars to get their daughters into USC, and we'll other parents caught up in the scandal have admitted wrongdoing Lachlan and her husband pleaded not guilty. And have reportedly said they feel confident they'll be acquitted at trial legal analysts in federal litigator loo Shapiro says it's really an all or nothing defend. Look, I was given us opportunity. I've told that other people donate more than this their kids go to school by being benefactors buildings. Why not myself? Actress Felicity Huffman who prosecutors said paid fifteen thousand dollars to have someone correct her daughters. SAT scores has agreed to plead guilty in a scheduled to appear in court on Monday, and has all this plays out in real life comes word that a book on this subject has been picked up for a TV show. Vicki more can't accent, seventy NewsRadio legal recreational pot in California is having an effect on trafficking arrests at LAX. The LA times reports that arrests at the airport have risen by more than one hundred sixty percent. Some passengers are bringing small amounts for personal use. But a thorny say others will there stuffing checked bags with vacuum sealed packages. The rise has been attributed to the states oversaturated market as well as light penalties faced by violators. You can download the radio dot com app and favourite KNX. You get updates on breaking news and push alerts because we are everywhere. You are..

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on WTVN

"I love me some sticks. Right. So yet another this is yet another example of our government trying to save us. I guess. Before we get to the the crackdown on the cigarettes and stuff. I don't know. If you saw this Josh yesterday. But the question was about taxing red meat and they're trying to. No. That's the thing. I go. I'll come on already. Man. I'm an adult. Let me make the choice, but they're trying to say that it will help it'll it supposedly safe get this forty billion dollars in healthcare costs. They're saying that they could actually prevent two hundred and twenty thousand deaths globally each year, if they tax meet I am. So I I just got fired. You almost said the. Almost all the F. I almost said. Yeah. Strung together. With a lot of other words. I am so sick. And absolutely tired of the government trying to come in. And have the smarmy arrogant people are trying to help us don't, you know, did the worst words in the world. You can hear what? Hi, I'm from the government. And I'm here to help. Right. So worse words that or Honey, I'm home. But yes. Who is she does not what it looks like. I don't even know are you learn. Just slipped and fell. And she was there. Now boy this really went off the rails quickly. We gotta tax soda. We gotta tax this. Let's do red meat. We're gonna you know, what people just put us all in incubators and just that's it. And just put us up from the time. We're born till the time we like the matrix put us in little damn bubbles and just hook us up to machines. And we'll just sit there, and nobody will ever feel or think or do anything fun or exciting or dangerous ever again. All right. So listen to this tax on sausage and bacon in America. Oh, go right to you know, where h e double hockey sticks Baker. Fighting a war over a hundred and sixty percent. They're talking about taxing. Oh, okay. I will pick up arms. It is time for a bloody revolution. So gets better. The study estimates that in two thousand twenty two point four million people will die from red and processed meat attributed deaths, and it's will cost about two hundred eighty five billion with a B dollars. So one hundred sixty percent is what we're staring down the barrel of dude. Really? That's funny because my numbers got so much better. When not when I was increased my meat consumption. But when I cut out, my carbohydrate, my my sugar, and my processed my process, grains consumption. Yeah. Like, not clean carbs. Right. Exactly. Imagine that my numbers got better my sugar went down because you're tight too. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But I now I'm very well managed type one and a half. Now. So good. Well, I'm getting I'm I'm working really hard with my. Dr right. I have a very high protein diet same same with me. Right. I eat a ton of me, my number the actually the more fatty foods, I ate in a weird way my cholesterol went down because for whatever it was the sugar. You know, I would rather have eggs and bacon that a bowl of frosted mini wheats because for my body and what I'm going through it works better. Right. Well, I mean, and that is that's one thing for you know, if you have type two, and and if you do and you're listening, you know, exactly how this works. The, you know, the clean carbs aren't the problems you want the net the net carbs if there's enough. There's a certain thing that's in the carbs. If there's enough of it it actually brings down what your body's absorbing? And then simply you don't have the problems with your A one CS elevated, which is obviously what Josh was talking about. But yeah, that's that's something. That's interesting that the government is trying to help us with. I don't see this going anywhere. One hundred sixty percent is should we tax red meat to save our health? I don't see. Here's the thing. How about you? Let me figure out how much red meat I should be eating. Just let me, you know, educate people on the types of what you're eating as opposed to what you're getting. And I think it's we're headed in a great direction. Really with the the nutrition content is on you can't even pick up a pack of gum. And it has like it has your nutrition on their mean, you can't you can't actually even look at that. All right. So in addition to that now, the FDA wants to crack down on menthol cigarettes and flavored vapes to atop US official pledging to try to ban menthol from regular cigarettes and outlaw flavors in all cigars, which I think those are like the Swisher sweets, and you know, the cigar. Like, the I you know, I am a cigar smoker. I will have a I'll have a Queen bee. Or I'll have a short story one of the. I mean, I, you know, every once in a while, I never really got into the the Swisher sweets or the flavored cigars, I think those. I've tried them. I think they're disgusting. Actually, you light them. And it's like, well, what if you need to disguise it? Why are you doing it isn't trying to ban? Menthol she wouldn't that be considered racist since. Menthol the is they might target widely. Yes. Enjoyed and targeted to inner city African American. Yeah. Like, yeah. Like newports? I mean, you're right. I mean, certainly they target now whenever I smoked the only ones that I actually smoked. I did smoke a marble. Menthol light. I I remember I remember vividly, and I actually just this research to boy am I glad I don't smoke anymore. Not just for the health pro- thing. But it at four fifty three a pack. I'm going holy cow. I couldn't afford it. But four fifty three I think, I'm pretty sure my buddy pays seven dollars, a pack. Now good night. It's even I thought I just. Berle's I believe is seven dollars and twelve or thirteen cents now attacks while they're talking about trying to get rid of menthol cigarettes. And I don't understand I guess because menthol are worse than regular cigarettes because anything that could possibly the kids there. Okay. Because like menthol. Anything with flavor tastes. That's not regular. You know, that that's what the kids are going to be wanting. You know, what I actually I actually kinda remember that when I started. That's what that's what drew me to it. Because it had like that. You know that cool hit when you would suck it in. It had that. I don't know if you've smoked a menthol. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. The the new thing now is these camel crush that have the this little ball inside the filter. Hold on, right? 'cause I my birthday Saturday nights. So I'm out and enjoying multiple beverages. And when I'm. Yeah. Let me get a cigarette. Take my buzz to eleven and a lot of people who don't actually smoke. We'll smoke when they drink. So this was me Saturday night, they have these little camel crush cigarettes camel crush, okay, they got this little ball. That's got like menthol juice. And so you can either smoke menthol juice. I don't know. What it does? All I know is you either you can either smoke at regular, and it's a regular like a camel or you pinch the filter it snaps the little ball inside. And it turns into a menthol. That's brilliant, brilliant marketing. Did you did you break the ball? Did you? Yes. I did both ways. Like it depends. Not Razi man you. Yeah. I know I also like felt like absolute garbage on Sunday and coughed up something that looks like your book bag color your. Yeah. This is why I don't need to smoke..

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on In The Thick

In The Thick

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on In The Thick

"And then the response was not adequate easier in terms of manpower, in terms of resources, in terms of agility, it was really very, very slow. Let's take the hospital, the US and comfort navy hospital in for people who was a naval ship. That was a big deal that was brought down was a Naval Medical ship, right? After Trump's visit yesterday. So it was, you know, it was already almost a month when that arrived here. And why were three hour flight from Florida? Why did aid take so long to arrive? Why they left people in hospitals that were not working, they were in no condition to receive patients. You know, I think there's a lot of people that have responsibility here and also the, I mean, the private sector, the health industry. Do you wanna talk about that report? You guys also publish a report about the hospitals and the systematic failures? Can you just say this Pacific what you found that the hospital system was doing or what they weren't doing and how did that lead to more deaths? We were able to produce an analysis of which ones where the hospitals that had the biggest spike in mortality, and we found one that had a four hundred and fifty percent increase in mortality. One hundred fifty percent. And what hospital was up that's professional hospital in the richest town in Puerto Rico. Now, I think there's still a lot of analysis that has to be done, but I can tell you that most hospitals had significant increases in mortality. Not only that one. You had many that had thirty forty, fifty hundred one hundred sixty percent increases, and that's a lot that's a lot. And for many was the same situation either they didn't have a generator or they had a generator and broke down or they didn't have feel it's a variety of reasons. And you know, I think you have to look at the whole system and supply chain because who is responsible for bringing the oxygen to the hospital. It's not only hospitals fault, but I think the hospital system has a big responsibility here, and the government has to hold them accountable and they have to hold accountable..

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"That two hundred seventy percent increase in april may after that policy was set up zero tolerance policy that went into effect april sex there was a hundred and sixty percent increase was still a big deal right pretty darn big deal but it did curb the growth because again we went from january sixteen percent europe your decrease to fifty six percent increase your every year march two hundred three percent increase april two hundred seventy made one hundred sixty percent in june here's the deal with the ever made when we just got in yes activity was down eighteen percent was only down eighteen percent month over month not year over year when you take a look yearoveryear we still had an increase of ninety seven percent so we still had a huge problem at the southern border but yes since the zero tolerance policy went into effect the activity has been curbed and here's the rest of the irony behind what's been going on with the media i trace the absolute peak of activity at the southern border you know what it was the second week of may when was it that the media decided to blow up the story is the beginning of joe interesting how that works right once again took the media about a month to get around to what was actually going on that was out there if they were just simply doing their job in reporting it kinda like the politicians one hundred politicians wacked in mexico right i mean just never got around to it i mean time to tell you about that the thirteen thousand mexicans that were killed leading up to the elections not really important what what is important is that we don't have much security at the southwest border that's the important thing here right so those folks can just freely come into our country in some of the folks that whack politicians and mexicans get in i mean come on you things happen every now and then right happens all right let's go to john and sioux falls south dakota go hello hello there hey john how you doing all good how you doing i'm doing great i just wanted to tell you i really appreciate the way you're giving your permission today is fantastic and just had a comment i'm i can't understand why the people that are you know are putting down the ice you know things like that don't realize what thing they're doing because you know with all these people coming in and all the open borders the these these people are having to probably do forty or fifty times the normal type of work that have to do they're just overwhelmed well yeah in this is just at john and this is where it gets serious so we talked about making sure that we have the equipment that is necessary for our soldiers for example it's not a partisan thing at this point i think in thankfully that if we put our soldiers into battle we provide the equipment that is necessary for them to be able to carry out their missions although we did have sequester sequestration and we did have cutbacks to the point to where it was dangerous but we have the funding that is back in there and the military is getting what it needs once again okay so that got through but we're still not seeing the reforms that are necessary the funding for the border wall to the extent that is necessary but again was asked for originally by the border patrol and the department of homeland security not by donald trump did become a partisan issue and what you're talking about is what's important here ice number one is up border patrol and for the border patrol that has an extremely dangerous job then not having what they as for the barriers that are necessary for them to successfully complete the job it's not only dangerous for country it's dangerous for them and that has turned into obviously a partisan issue so that's where you have to begin ask yourself what is more important to many of the partisans what is more important to do they care more about their political party then they do these border patrol agents that put their lives on the line do they care more about their political party than they do keeping this country safe no i agree i just wanted her jack because it's important to me if the the the.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on KTRH

"Seventy made one hundred sixty percent and june here's the deal with the ever mason we just got in yes activity was down eighteen percent is only down eighteen percent month over month not yearoveryear when you take a look year over year we still had an increase of ninety seven percent so we still have a huge problem at the southern border but yes since the zero tolerance policy went into effect the has been curbs and here's the rest of the irony behind what's been going on with the media i trace the absolute peak of activity at this southern border you know what it was the second week of may when was it that the media decided to blow up the story is the beginning of june interesting how that worked right once again took the media about a month to get around to what was actually going on that was out there if they were just simply doing their job in reporting kind of like the politicians one hundred politicians wacked in mexico i mean just they never got around to it i mean time to tell you about that the thirteen thousand mexicans that were killed leading up to the elections not really important what what is important is that we don't have much security at the southwest border that's the important thing here right so those folks can just freely come into our country in some of the folks that wack politicians and mexicans get in i mean come on bad things happen every now and then right an happens all right let's go to john and sioux falls south dakota go hello hello bear hey john how you doing all good how you doing i'm doing great i just wanted to tell you i really appreciate the way you're giving your promotion today is just fantastic i just had a comment i'm i can't understand why the people that are you know are putting down the ice horsemen and things like that don't realize was doing because you know with all these people coming in and all the open borders the these these people are having to probably do forty or fifty times a normal type of work they'd have to do they're just overwhelmed well and this is just at john and this is where it gets serious so we talk about making sure that we have the equipment that is necessary for our soldiers for example it's not a partisan thing at this point i think in thankfully that if we put our soldiers into battle we provide the equipment that is necessary for them to be able to carry out their missions although we did have seaquest sequestration and we did have cutbacks to the point where it was dangerous but we have the funding that is back in there and the military is getting what it needs once again okay so that got through but we're still not seeing the reforms that are necessary the funding for the border wall to the extent that is necessary that again was asked for originally by the border patrol and the department of homeland security not by donald trump so that did become a partisan issue and what you're talking about is what's important here is number one is up border patrol and for the border patrol that has an extremely dangerous job then not having what they've asked for the the barriers that are necessary for them to successfully complete the job it's not only dangerous for a country it's dangerous for them and that has turned into obviously a partisan issue so that's where you have to begin to ask yourself what is more important to many of the partisans what is more important to the left do they care more about their political party then they do these border patrol agents that put their lives on the line do they care more about their political party than they do keeping this country safe i agree i just want to interject is because it's important to me if the the the people would stop to take a look at the resources that are being drained by these you know that you legal immigration wherever feeding clothing house them i mean those kinds of resources could be spent billing awhile or help earn places where they would be better used in the last thing i want to say is really really drives me crazy is somebody's gotta stop being sanity because this country is being so divided right now by these top of things and it's it's it makes us look.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The facts so mentioned that two hundred seventy percent increase in april may after that policy was set up zero tolerance policy that went into effect april sex there was a hundred and sixty percent increase was still a big deal right so pretty darn big deal but it did curb the growth because again we went from january sixteen percent european decrease to february fifty six percent increase europe year march two hundred three percent increase april two hundred seventy made one hundred sixty percent and june here's the deal with the information we just got in yes activity was down eighteen percent was only down eighteen percent month over month not yearoveryear when you take a look year over year we still had an increase of ninety seven percent so we still have a huge problem at the southern border but yes since the zero tolerance policy went into effect the activity has been curbs and here's the rest of the irony behind what's been going on with the media i trust the absolute peak of activity at this southern border you know what it was the second week of may when was it that the media decided to blow up the story is the beginning of june interesting how that worked right once again took the media about a month to get around to what was actually going on that was out there if they were just simply doing their job in reporting it kind of like the politicians one hundred politicians wacked in mexico i mean just they never got around to it i mean time to tell you about that thirteen thousand mexicans that were killed leading up to the elections not really important what what is important is that we don't have much security at the southwest border that's the important thing here right so those folks can just freely come into our country in some of the folks that wack politicians and mexicans get in i mean come on you things happen every now and then right an happens all right let's go to john and sioux falls south dakota hello hello bear hey john how are you doing all good how you doing i'm doing great i just wanted to tell you i really appreciate the way you're giving your permission today is just fantastic and i just had a comment i'm i can't understand why the people that are you know are putting down the is you know enforcement and things like that don't realize was never contain you're doing because you know with all these people coming in and all the open borders the these these people are having to probably do forty or fifty times the normal type of work that have to do they're just overwhelmed well in this is just at john and this is where it gets serious so we talk about making sure that we have the equipment that is necessary for our soldiers for example it's not a partisan thing at this point i think and thankfully that if we put our soldiers into battle we provide the equipment that is necessary for them to be able to carry out their missions although we did have seaquest or sequestration and we did have cutbacks to the point where it was dangerous but we have the funding that is back in there and the military is getting what it needs once again okay so that got through but we're still not seeing the reforms that are necessary the funding for the border wall to the extent that is necessary but again was asked for originally by the border patrol and the department of homeland security not by donald trump so that did become a partisan issue and what you're talking about is what's important here is number one is up border patrol and for the border patrol that has an extremely dangerous job then not having what they've asked for the barriers that are necessary for them to successfully complete the job it's not only dangerous for a country it's dangerous for them and that has turned into obviously a partisan issue so that's where you have to begin to ask yourself what is more important to many of the partisans what is more important to the latte do they care more about their political party then they do these border patrol agents that put their lives on the line do they care more about their political party than they do keeping this country safe no i agree i just want to interject this because it's important to me if the the the people would stop to take a look at the.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"I'm always telling you if you want to be good investors into your homework that's why i try to sit good example when you call in about a stock and stop me i do the research so i can give you consider dancer so let's catch up on our summer reading way back on april seventeenth markham washing s about installed building products ibp i get back to as you spent ibp installs various building products especially insulation but also they do waterproofing the input guidon gutters closet doors shelving when it comes to new construction of single family homes these guys are either number one number two most of the markets and that's a lot of market since they operate in forty eight states but here's the thing and sold building products is joined at the hip to the housing market and so it has the same problems as the home builder's right now even though the company itself is in great shape stop working wants nothing to do with this thing ibp stock is down twenty five percent year to date now that's nothing to do with the numbers though the company's most recent quarter is very solve with eighteen percent revenue growth pricing is strong the earnings are growing like a weed just like the housing market self right now ibp is doing pretty darn well unfortunately many investors don't seem to believe that it can keep doing with labor costs and the rise in the faking team to hike interest rates the whole housing complex become radio so where do i come to book ib piece cheap it sells for just sixteen times next year earnings estimates the astra performs the company's been stellar if only looked at the fundamentals this stock would be eight by i believe the businesses will stay good thanks to strong employment even as the rates continue to rise however when you consider the mechanics of the money management industry it's it's much tougher to recommend this thing if you really feel strongly about ibp you got my blessing to buy it just as you understand that you were fighting against what we call the hedge fund playbook here and even if i'm right about employment trumping rate hikes it's going to take a long time to convince these money managers that they're making a mistake when they dump all these housing next up when june fifth coral in my home state of new jersey call about sun symbol run our un tell me some homework since then this stock has vaulted from twelve dollars to fifteen and change so i really wish i had checked it out earlier sudden un's red hots up one hundred sixty percent for the year why okay this company is providing solar power as service rather than shelling out a lot of money to pay for solar panels up front homeowners confected lease them from sun they cover the installation you pay them for the power every month we talk a lot about the scripture economy this is the next logical step son on looks a lot like solar city you must residential solar business that he had tesla choir now someone's businesses in very good shape they blew away the numbers the most recent quarter in even after this monster on stock trades just thirteen times next year series estimates credit words to quarrel new jersey fan real winter here this stocks went t percents is he asked about it in part because the irs extend the solar vestment tax credit at the thirty percent level for another four years that was a little surprising to me and since they make their own solar panels company also got a boost when the government slaps tariffs on chinese solar value factors lot went their way plus someone's gotten a big boost the price of oil is word higher as conventional energy sources get more expensive renewable skip more tractive but and this is a colossal but i think we miss stocks up more than one hundred sixty percent for the year i hate to chase and you're chasing if you by someone up here well it may keep running i suspect the easy money's or been made june six david in pennsylvania esta about site oh sweep it's corporation and the.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"I'm always telling you if you want to be good investors into your homework that's why i try to sit good example when you call in about a stock and stop me i do the research so i can give you consider dancer so let's catch up on our summer reading way back on april seventeenth markham washing s about installed building products ibp i get back to as you spent ibp installs various building products especially insulation but also they do waterproofing the input guidon gutters closet doors shelving when it comes to new construction of single family homes these guys are either number one number two most of the markets and that's a lot of market since they operate in forty eight states but here's the thing and sold building products is joined at the hip to the housing market and so it has the same problems as the home builder's right now even though the company itself is in great shape stop working wants nothing to do with this thing ibp stock is down twenty five percent year to date now that's nothing to do with the numbers though the company's most recent quarter is very solve with eighteen percent revenue growth pricing is strong the earnings are growing like a weed just like the housing market self right now ibp is doing pretty darn well unfortunately many investors don't seem to believe that it can keep doing with labor costs and the rise in the faking team to hike interest rates the whole housing complex become radio so where do i come to book ib piece cheap it sells for just sixteen times next year earnings estimates the astra performs the company's been stellar if only looked at the fundamentals this stock would be eight by i believe the businesses will stay good thanks to strong employment even as the rates continue to rise however when you consider the mechanics of the money management industry it's it's much tougher to recommend this thing if you really feel strongly about ibp you got my blessing to buy it just as you understand that you were fighting against what we call the hedge fund playbook here and even if i'm right about employment trumping rate hikes it's going to take a long time to convince these money managers that they're making a mistake when they dump all these housing next up when june fifth coral in my home state of new jersey call about sun symbol run our un tell me some homework since then this stock has vaulted from twelve dollars to fifteen and change so i really wish i had checked it out earlier sudden un's red hots up one hundred sixty percent for the year why okay this company is providing solar power as service rather than shelling out a lot of money to pay for solar panels up front homeowners confected lease them from sun they cover the installation you pay them for the power every month we talk a lot about the scripture economy this is the next logical step son on looks a lot like solar city you must residential solar business that he had tesla choir now someone's businesses in very good shape they blew away the numbers the most recent quarter in even after this monster on stock trades just thirteen times next year series estimates credit words to quarrel new jersey fan real winter here this stocks went t percents is he asked about it in part because the irs extend the solar vestment tax credit at the thirty percent level for another four years that was a little surprising to me and since they make their own solar panels company also got a boost when the government slaps tariffs on chinese solar value factors lot went their way plus someone's gotten a big boost the price of oil is word higher as conventional energy sources get more expensive renewable skip more tractive but and this is a colossal but i think we miss stocks up more than one hundred sixty percent for the year i hate to chase and you're chasing if you by someone up here well it may keep running i suspect the easy money's or been made june six david in pennsylvania esta about site oh sweep it's corporation and the.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The facts so mentioned that two hundred seventy percent increase in april may after that policy was set up the zero tolerance policy that went into effect april sex there was a hundred and sixty percent increase was still a big deal right pretty darn big deal but it did curb the growth because again we went from january sixteen percent of european decrease to february fifty six percent increase year over year march two hundred three percent increase april two hundred seventy made one hundred sixty percent and june here's the deal with the ever mason we just got in yes activity was down eighteen percent was only down eighteen percent month over month non yearoveryear when you take a look year over year we still had an increase of ninety seven percent so we still have a huge problem at the southern border but yes since the zero tolerance policy went into effect the activity has been curves and here's the rest of the irony behind what's been going on with the media i trace the absolute peak of activity at this southern border but it was the second week of may when was it that the media decided to blow up the story is the beginning of june interesting how that worked right once again took the media about a month to get around to what was actually going on that was out there if they were just simply doing their job and reporting it like the politicians one hundred politicians wacked in mexico right i ain't just they never got around to it i mean time to tell you about that the thirteen thousand mexicans that were killed leading up to the elections not really important what what is important is that we don't have much security at this out west border that's the important thing here right so those folks can just freely come into our country in some of the folks that wack politicians and mexicans get in i mean come on the bad things happen every now and then right and happens all right let's go to john and sioux falls south dakota go hello hello there hey john are you doing all good how you doing i'm doing great i just wanted to tell you i really appreciate the way you're giving your promotion today is just fantastic and just had a comment i'm i can't understand why the people that are are putting down the ice enforcement things like that don't realize what was thing you're doing because you know with all these people coming in and all the open borders the these these people are having to probably dukes forty or fifty times the normal travel work they'd have to do they're just overwhelmed well in this is just at john and this is where it gets serious so we talk about making sure that we have the equipment that is necessary for our soldiers for example it's not a partisan thing at this point i think in thankfully that if we put our soldiers into battle we provide the equipment that is necessary for them to be able to carry out their missions although we did have sequester sequestration and we did have cutbacks to the point where it was dangerous but we have the funding that is back in there and the military is getting what it needs once again okay so that got through but we're still not seeing the reforms that are necessary the funding for the border wall to the extent that is necessary but again was asked for originally by the border patrol and the department of homeland security not by donald trump so that did become a partisan issue and what you're talking about is what's important here ice number one is up border patrol and for the border patrol that has an extremely dangerous job then not having what i asked for the the barriers that are necessary for them to successfully complete the job not only dangerous for a country it's dangerous for them and that has turned into obviously a partisan issue so that's where you have to begin to ask yourself what is more important to many of the partisans what is more important to the left do they care more about their political party then they do these border patrol agents that put their lives on the line do they care more about their political party than they.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The in east seventeen brunswick months he's sixty been president six i voted in with brentwood my constituents and one hundred sixty percent five of the time degrees any she's right looking now out in manhattan for those constituents got a trump tweet my stance about harley on davidsons national security decision to build border some security of the bikes overseas stance as for on the european on buyers immigration or trump challenger says michael a harley grimm's davidson has when should he never helped his be cd built never in stopped another fighting country never including national he says their insurance employees reform and customers are already bill very and so angry on at the them data that they that endorsements move watch it mean nothing it'll be the beginning of the end business as usual they surrendered in washington establishment they quit will the do everything aura will they be can gone and to keep they'll be taxed the incumbents that like they never have before grim gave that up to from president seat after trump pleading on twitter guilty to tax we evasion watched the dow in lose twenty fourteen three hundred twenty eight points yesterday peter hence we've been goal watching dow wcbs futures up and down newsradio and we've just popped into eight eighty positive territory this is marla the dow diamond futures are up young all of upstart three candidates points right are hoping now with to less upset than an hour until longtime the opening bell democratic by the way incumbents the president took some shots joe at a couple crowley of late faces night talk his show first hosts primary challenge during in an event fourteen in south years carolina from that's twenty hear about eight that year from old cbs bronx native deborah rodriguez alexandria akasa i mean cortez this guy on who's cbs been dogged by the has party no establishment talent at a campaign you realize rally in south exactly carolina the president how went from stephen colbert they are in the late show at the fact to that jimmy i fallon have not whose asked bemoaned his hair for muffing segment permission with candidate in the twelfth trump congressional he apologized district for thirty humanizer four year we can old you hotel the poor guy executives because sarraj now patel he's gonna is seeking lose all to unseat sal thirteen and responding time incumbent on the carolyn tonight maloney show if you're watching he i lamented don't think you're anti the lack bullying of voter campaign engagement is working turn out so love show and that's kind by of how the establishment calling the president wants it is and number one you fan know we're the campaign deborah out there rodriguez trying to engage new cbs the polls news are eight open forty until one a wcbs nine pm marla diamond music wcbs fans we newsradio all love jam eight in itunes am so why not take on him eight outside am this radio weekend's dot com forecast your toaster is nothing river but you can get sunny us skies here's tom so crank brady the beach got delays grilling for you season too we just is gotta here look at the queen's kings whitestone bridge starts very up every right across man had the it's problem officially is just all summertime volume now on that the white means non expressway time outside wrapping time with around family onto the and grand time central to stop parkway by walgreens laguardia airport for sun right protection in front of us bug now spray a healthy collision snacks here and ninety the trusted four th summer street right essentials in front of the marine you need air at terminal great values that's now so you cleared can get in everything get open out and there get back but outside again meets in delays no time not only to on the keep grand you and central your family back protected to the area in of the city sun feels but walgreens on the has you onto covered the with summer care whitestone no expressway matter where as well walgreens project trusted won't be since.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

"But i never got that sense that everywhere i looked i was having to hold my nose and ignore everything on you just buy stuff interesting one thing that i've noticed in in because i've i've discussed this comparison of the past people today there's no way of us stock market is as over valued as the japanese stockmarket was back then but when you look at market cap to gdp japanese market got up to about one hundred and thirty percent of gdp javanese gdp back then in one thousand nine hundred today the us stock markets like one hundred sixty percent of us gdp so based on this like buffet yardstick we're more overvalued in us than than we weren't in japan back then so i think that's something that people don't quite pay much attention to what is just there are so many ways to measure these things and i think there's there's a metric for everybody depending on your opinion you know you you can you can find something to justify you'll stance in just about any market people will look at the corporate profit expectations so we'll this markets go further to go and other people will look at your metric near the buffet indicator inside well this is going way too far the interesting thing i've noticed over the last couple of years particularly is is the number of people that i've talked to and you just get the sense that they have they've decided the market's going to go up until it goes down for whatever reason whether it's the specialties this crazy liquidity expansions the markets whatever it doesn't really matter but the answer that's going up and now i need to reverse engineer.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The hockey club has become the toast of the town now after these last couple of years are they the most popular team in nashville or is it the titans as hockey become more popular than the nfl well i think football will always rule down here in the south but i think the predators certainly with all of the excess that they've had have become an incredibly popular team in the city and an ingrained in the culture of the of the city as well i mean of course the titans last year making the playoffs winning a playoff team in kansas city losing to the patriots in the playoffs i mean i think that was certainly good for the city because you know it's like i said it is a football town first and foremost with the predators sustained success regularly making the playoffs and having this gives me the type of season that they had when you look at just you know around town already you know you see so many people in predators here and you see flags flying and people are talking about it no matter where you go hockey's on all the tv's at the bar even if the predators aren't playing i really do think that the the popularity and hockey has skyrocketed their local tv ratings went up by more than one hundred sixty percent year over year from last year which was the highest growth in the nhl south certainly always sort of a bubble an undercurrent of hockey blevins the city i think it's finally reached adam thing and what does on the bench talking about the predators forsberg you'll hanson arvidsson had been so clutch forum everyone always talks about a ban and everything else how is the nino fit into that team well i actually think he's been fabulous in this postseason he he's on the line with cold seasons in austin watson were babbling against the colorado avalanche in the first round shutting down the kid who's an mvp candidate and his linemates i always thought which the predators signed him last alive to a four year sixteen point four million dollar contract is true value wasn't going to really reveal itself into the playoffs because as you know corral played a big part in the penguins back to back stanley cups particularly that i one when he was on a live with carl haglund phil castle i think he's been great in the postseason i.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"Your passport your driver's license whatever form of idea might be to verify you're on identity so a little bit more secure than using a social security number which thanks to echo facts breach isn't quite so secure anymore this is a tiny company about two hundred fifty million dollar market cap they have a strong balance sheet experienced leadership and i think a big market opportunity so worth a closer look steve question about mitek check systems it sounds very cool checks seem like they're probably going away as opposed to moving forward what's the biggest single opportunity to think for this company yeah th there's no doubt that the czech market i think will inevitably shrink but amazingly only three percent of czechs are deposited through mobile phone today so i think that number will get bigger but in the meantime that identity verification business i think has a bigger market opportunity longterm jason moser what when you looking at this week and chris i know you love it when i say war on cash and next week squared ticker s q earnings come out on tuesday jack dorsey is looking to go to for to here given the positive results twitter has already presented and listeners will know that squares a part of our war on cash back get the stock has done very well over the past year up about one hundred sixty percent those for uh is a company built to be very nimble into used data wisely and us square capital i think is a good example of that as the going to be very interested to see how the results are steve question about square so i think our squares being those little small square card readers that allow me to buy something through our local vendor is there something more to this company that i should know about yet i think the really the important part is the software which produces the purchase data that all of these vendors emerges continued to and continue to get from the from from customer so i think square has done a very good job of taking this sort of total ecosystem in in really using data wisely to make better decisions jeff fischer what are you looking to so we all know intel that many of us do not know that intel has a more and more data centric business now which represents forty five percent of.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on WCHS

"We going outside of our area to sell the skull clearly yeah we only keep about thirty million tonnes a coherent west virginia uh to use in the power plants that we have here in the state uh so the we gotta sell the cold to all the other states and you know that goes back to where we were words that records severance package now uh were out of step with many of the space we compete with because they don't have any severance tax so that kirkuk so for the because they don't have any server stacks right yeah i owe annoy in indiana and illinois indiana and dental bang you don't have a severance fact at all so they while they that's the that's how they're they're coal prices so our our price of our coal is higher than theirs it is it is typically and uh and you know our manning coster art a little bit higher here too because we got the challenges papago fee in uh in the fenner seems so it's uh you know you know it's a constant challenge but i guess the big story is that the exports steam exports uh coburn to europe for spain purposes this is nationwide now a percentage i gave to uh wes yesterday were uh you know nationwide that steam co exports were up about one hundred sixty percent if you compare the first five months of this year to to the first five of last year oh case but we we do have a severance thanks so does this help is this helping our state treasury are county prayer clearly yeah main a severance taxes a big chunk of the the channel revenue fun hair west virginia and you know our hope is that if if we could get on a certain the governor proposed in uh the many of the proposals had eight peered severance tax when the price was very very low than you'd have a west sir percent each severance tax and then as price cut higher than you would pay more of a percentage uh and tax the and the.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"A new book power corp i'm happier did a great interview who order on it it may now white on the media they dominated by put out by the law long equality in open why would open on the market interviewer i'm glad i did at night lagoon again i want to get back here which gave states expanded medicaid money and this stuff isn't working out he's insurers and insurance companies a pulling out premiums are increasing so much how much they increase in arizona one hundred sixty percent the duck doubles i mean there are a lot of stories they haven't got them all memorize but i'm thinking about a family that needed surgery that i dunno might have been thirty forty thousand on what it is i while thousands of how to pay out of pocket the reason to solution for everything but this is too big an issue to kick around have you encourage young people to invest in something i kick was rand paul said a dollar a day instead of having punitive measures if you don't buy insurance and you as an american system donor as a citizen don't have the rights to do what you want obama punished you that's a police state you don't want insurance nobody's going to force you and if you do want insurance you should have a choice insurers are leaving the state's i'm trying to think whether it's virginia and north carolina there is nobody left i didn't think it was bad prior to this in all you go on cobra you'd always be covered i mean everybody's cover going into an emergency room but not every onus warrants an emergency room visit and a onetime cure i'm disappointed the republicans weren't ready for this but because you weren't ready i don't believe that two wrongs make a right panit put an aside i know it's delaying tax reform i know it's delaying repairing the infrastructure in this country i know it's gone laying some of the other great bills that trump has on the table but you can't you can't make peace wrong and i'm in no position nor will i even guess about the all of the subtle differences between this the new health care program this styles wanted the senate one in obamacare accepted i pretty much can stay that old.

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"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred sixty percent" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"As you can get there's no real perks in it there's not a lot of a shiny objects it's got your standard things there's a police academy there's a fire academy there's some money for you know rhode repair street paving things like that on there's nothing that is really going to jump out i mean the mayor had proposed some of supply deprogrammed there's money in there for that a lot of money i think it's about a half million dollars miss municipal id though with the the idea is about how dollaryen the idea is of course that that people would be able to oh you know used that almost as a driver's license or an alternative to a driver's listen property taxes nothing just holding a line on that but those was reading your piece some city landlord aren't too happy that's right so a couple of years ago back in 2014 mayor to verizon at the time and in that city council owner the leadership of mike salamon the city council passed a ordinance that basically we have lowered the the landlord tax rate the non owneroccupied tax rate to one hundred sixty percent of the owneroccupied rate the city council's never actually move forward on doing that part of the reason why a lot of people say a lot of certainly administration officials both factor that savarese and also with the folks saints unfair they think you know know it it makes sense to have lower taxes for people who live in their homes and live in the city but for people who are landlords they see why that you know there's a higher rate but those guys are are pretty upset about the city council not lower and one hundred and sixty percent threshold so that the garden party thing what on as far as i understand it there's no significant change being meet here to the to the city's pension system which of course is about now at about a billion dollar shortfall exactly i mean when we say that there is me when you say that there is you know.

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