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"rick newman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:59 min | 8 months ago

"rick newman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Sailing to the U. S. elections on November third with no upsets or surprises if polls are accurate front runner Joe Biden will win the democratic nomination and face off against president trump in a tight contest but what if there are some wrinkles along the way we're joined now by Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance Rick how do you see it won't think might go very smoothly from here until November third with no surprises or disruptions well there could be some surprises so I'm just trying to think ahead and make some guesses about what some of those surprises might be and we started out the year with an indication that one of them might be run something around my do so for the time being it appears that the United States and Iran have sort of settle their differences there was the US air strike on the Iranian general and then run retaliated with a missile strikes against a couple of bases in Iraq that host US soldiers but they may not be all of it around is very well known for conducting what the Pentagon calls asymmetrical warfare that's that's not traditional worker with tanks and airplanes but terrorist attacks using malicious outside of Iraq and other places in the in the Middle East and Iraq have actually gone fairly far afield in the past they are bombed a couple of sites in Argentina back in the early nineties so we could get some late surprised by around it might not happen for months and it might not happen at all I hope it does and I hope nothing happens but it seems quite plausible that around is not finished here and it may have something in mind that it's not going to acknowledge something that will not have the radiant it's certainly not over far from over as you point out right they have some will say so we'll say they've been at war with us for forty years right so right there that's not right I use also John Bolton has he factor in what does that have something to say before the election there's this whole question of whether he might testify in the impeachment trial in the Senate but even if he doesn't he's got a book coming out it's coming out this year before the election and if he has anything to say about trump he's going to say that I mean I'm not I I think it's fair to say he is he the idea that he has kind of inside knowledge that the American public would be very interested in of course part of what he's doing is trying to generate generate interest in it but but wanted what comes out he can be brought in all over the place now that doesn't mean you necessarily gonna be tracking trumping they may not trash trump but on he is going to have his say and if he knows something that's not already and it you know part of what's a pretty detailed public record on what happened with Ukraine the whole region trump I hello and if John Bolton for some reason what actually campaign against trump all that could make a dent speak of Ruth Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance he's written a piece about wild cards in the twenty twenty election also his tax returns this is still a thing now what what more than three years and it's still paying I know people are trying to think I know what the tax returns move on already however this is working its way through the court and the Supreme Court has finally agreed to hear these legal cases on whether the house of representatives and the Manhattan district attorney have a right to transfer into records and legal experts say the case is strong that the that the like this in this case which is the house of representatives in the Manhattan district attorney have a good case for why they should be able to get access to trump's financial records so will it make a difference often people think let you know who cares no one cares at this point I don't think that's quite right I think if we do see trips tax records and it turned out that his affected tax rate is you know in the low single digits or even zero you know most working Americans pay taxes and the average effective tax rate for American workers is around ten percent and if it turns out that trump is learning you know a couple hundred million dollars a year and paying less a lower percentage in taxes than the average worker I think the liability and remember twenty one thing I can start with with an approval rating that has is in the low forties and it's looking already looking like a close call for his reelection so anything that just worked against him in a little bit at the margins could be decisive in November what was the point you made about gold hearts well we got many candidates in this race track the seventy three right now and he appears healthy but he did make an unexplained visit to Walter Reed hospital in Washington DC last fall and then on the democratic side you know we're going to Canada thrilled to Joe Biden is seventy seven Bernie Sanders the court is seventy so if any one of these candidates would have some kind of health problem requiring them to withdraw it would just change the nature of the race and I think that's what most true of trump is Rick Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance based in New York it is twelve minutes after the hour.

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"rick newman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"rick newman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Listening with Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance he's written a piece entitled the record certain piece about rather rising healthcare costs use it to with a strong economy and low unemployment many voters say healthcare is our top priority but they're split on what they want explain that well working this play out in the democratic presidential race some people want more it government involvement they think that'll solve the problem but a lot of other people say no I don't want this to be something the government takes over I just want costs to go down there and nobody knows how to make contact with them I mean healthcare economists do it but it's very complicated many factors and and you know to go back to the affordable Care Act in twenty ten if that want try to address some of these factors I think it's the most people would agree that we have we saw a lot of problems if you're dressed and you know they range from the amount of healthcare we use some people use way more care than is necessary end of life care is a remarkably expensive and a huge driver of cost we pay more for prescription drugs span people in most other developed countries where we pay more for medical procedures part of it has to do with the fragmented healthcare system we have part of it is the private sector profit motive I could go on and on and on but the bottom line is that everybody knows that thanks Rick Rick Newman senior columnist that Yahoo finance it's twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next do.

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Trump Asserts He Can Force U.S. Companies to Leave China

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Asserts He Can Force U.S. Companies to Leave China

"Before he left Washington last night Mr trump declared that US businesses with dealings in China are hereby ordered to move home Yahoo senior financial columnist Rick Newman trump made these tweets he really just kind of went on a temper tantrum saying he's going to order American companies to work their way out of China and then he also said the federation chairman is an enemy and right at that point is when stocks went down when it up with a big sell off the Dow dropped more than six hundred

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"rick newman" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"rick newman" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"I'm Rick Newman and I'm Alexis Christopher's Today. We are talking about senator. Elizabeth Warren's warning that the economy is about to crash is she right and if so no what can we do to prevent it Rick Newman's already weighed in also joining us as Jessica Smith Washington DC correspondent joining us from our bureau all right so first off a little bit of what Senator Warren is saying. This is a quote she is. She's warning lights are flashing. Whether it's this year or next year the odds of another economic downturn are high and growing Congress and regulators should act immediately to tamp down these threats before it's too late wreck it just your initial reaction to the letter she recently wrote does sort of have that feel doesn't it so here's a headline. Here's the headline of what she wrote in medium which is where she puts all her policy ideas the coming economic crash in how to stop it. This sounds like one of those those crappy financial newsletters. You know like some two bit fly by night thing like get put all your money in gold. That's here look at this. I mean like big head big headline against the dark backdrop with some kind of scary that animal. I couldn't tell like a deranged ball is right about to crash so what's it rains yet sick or maybe it's maybe it's rabid so she is saying well you know before we really dig in here. Let's call it what it is she did she was among among a few other people by the way who call the two thousand eight finance. I'm not she so yes and no so she had been complaining for years I mean she you know she's a long. She's a basically a lifelong critic of Wall Street who was complaining about bank lending practices for years before the two thousand eight financial crash and you know she complained about stuff like that you serious <hes> interest rates on credit cards. <hes> thing you know ways banks <hes> would you know tack on fees. He's in sort of trick people into just taking on more and more debt <hes> whether it's on credit cards mortgages and stuff like that I mean she kind of built a an area of expertise around consumer credit and consumer lending so that's what she focused on on a career basis and those those are not really what caused the financial crash in two thousand eight. I mean there was a giant housing bubble which she did not predict the housing bubble <hes> she didn't really talk about the abusive of underwriting standards <hes> there was kind of a Ponzi scheme going on with people buying houses because they thought house properties would always I mean she didn't predict all of that she just she just was kind of like always doomsayer and then and then finally happened so she was like a broken clock that was right twice a day <hes> so so okay I mean she I give her credit for the work. She's done on those topics but I'm I don't buy that. She's just kind of a soothsayer on economic doom and with regard to the some of the stuff. She's talking about here. I think this is actually economic scaremongering. I mean yeah I bet foreign has some some solid ideas but not on this well she she runs down a list of things she thinks is wrong. Let us just remember because we do this. The backdrop to all this is the unemployment rate is at a fifty year low wages are moving higher fire and the Federal Reserve is on our side constantly telling us in plain English. They're ready to cut interest rates yeah so she's taught in stock market at a record the stock market's at record highs. Let us not forget. She's talking about student loan debt being hi. It's been high for a long time. Talking about auto loans some more people now are defaulting on auto loans that is not going to cause a crash at least not a crash of the magnitude we saw in two thousand eight when we saw people not paying their mortgages on time much bigger problem spot on and I mean we're not going to sort of go through every single point she makes but I'll just pull out one and try to illustrate it so she says <hes> consumer debt levels have never been higher that sounds so bad it sounds terrible but <hes> in reality when you have a growing population and growing economy and increasing employment it makes sense that consumer always go up people. I mean you know everything is always at the highest level. Ever in a normally functioning economy measured another way the way it actually matters <hes> so these are this is data from the Federal Reserve they measure total consumer debt as a percentage of a personal income..

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"rick newman" Discussed on Ballots and Dollars

Ballots and Dollars

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"rick newman" Discussed on Ballots and Dollars

"I'm Rick Newman and I'm Alexis Christopher's Today. We are talking about senator. Elizabeth Warren's warning that the economy is about to crash is she right and if so no what can we do to prevent it Rick Newman's already weighed in also joining us as Jessica Smith Washington DC correspondent joining us from our bureau all right so first off a little bit of what Senator Warren is saying. This is a quote she is. She's warning lights are flashing. Whether it's this year or next year the odds of another economic downturn are high and growing Congress and regulators should act immediately to tamp down these threats before it's too late wreck it just your initial reaction to the letter she recently wrote does sort of have that feel doesn't it so here's a headline. Here's the headline of what she wrote in medium which is where she puts all her policy ideas the coming economic crash in how to stop it. This sounds like one of those those crappy financial newsletters. You know like some two bit fly by night thing like get put all your money in gold. That's here look at this. I mean like big head big headline against the dark backdrop with some kind of scary that animal. I couldn't tell like a deranged ball is right about to crash so what's it rains yet sick or maybe it's maybe it's rabid so she is saying well you know before we really dig in here. Let's call it what it is she did she was among among a few other people by the way who call the two thousand eight finance. I'm not she so yes and no so she had been complaining for years I mean she you know she's a long. She's a basically a lifelong critic of Wall Street who was complaining about bank lending practices for years before the two thousand eight financial crash and you know she complained about stuff like that you serious <hes> interest rates on credit cards. <hes> thing you know ways banks <hes> would you know tack on fees. He's in sort of trick people into just taking on more and more debt <hes> whether it's on credit cards mortgages and stuff like that I mean she kind of built a an area of expertise around consumer credit and consumer lending so that's what she focused on on a career basis and those those are not really what caused the financial crash in two thousand eight. I mean there was a giant housing bubble which she did not predict the housing bubble <hes> she didn't really talk about the abusive of underwriting standards <hes> there was kind of a Ponzi scheme going on with people buying houses because they thought house properties would always I mean she didn't predict all of that she just she just was kind of like always doomsayer and then and then finally happened so she was like a broken clock that was right twice a day <hes> so so okay I mean she I give her credit for the work. She's done on those topics but I'm I don't buy that. She's just kind of a soothsayer on economic doom and with regard to the some of the stuff. She's talking about here. I think this is actually economic scaremongering. I mean yeah I bet foreign has some some solid ideas but not on this well she she runs down a list of things she thinks is wrong. Let us just remember because we do this. The backdrop to all this is the unemployment rate is at a fifty year low wages are moving higher fire and the Federal Reserve is on our side constantly telling us in plain English. They're ready to cut interest rates yeah so she's taught in stock market at a record the stock market's at record highs. Let us not forget. She's talking about student loan debt being hi. It's been high for a long time. Talking about auto loans some more people now are defaulting on auto loans that is not going to cause a crash at least not a crash of the magnitude we saw in two thousand eight when we saw people not paying their mortgages on time much bigger problem spot on and I mean we're not going to sort of go through every single point she makes but I'll just pull out one and try to illustrate it so she says <hes> consumer debt levels have never been higher that sounds so bad it sounds terrible but <hes> in reality when you have a growing population and growing economy and increasing employment it makes sense that consumer always go up people. I mean you know everything is always at the highest level. Ever in a normally functioning economy measured another way the way it actually matters <hes> so these are this is data from the Federal Reserve they measure total consumer debt as a percentage of a personal income..

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GM Doubles Down on Self-Driving

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:55 min | 1 year ago

GM Doubles Down on Self-Driving

"If you're bullish on ridesharing firms Uber, and lift both now, public, you probably believe in a future, where fewer people owned cars more people hill rides and self driving cars will eventually show up when you need them and disappear when you don't this leaves a big question unanswered. However, if fewer people own cars, who's going to provide all those vehicles that Uber and lift now. Essentially rent from their owners, General Motors thinks it might be the company to do it. Here's Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance, Rick, what you have a lot of analysts think is going to happen. Is that the ride hailing company that went public recently over lift, and there are some others, but these companies are going to increasingly. The way people get around, we may have self driving cars eventually, and if you have self driving cars, and you don't need to own a car so much, if you can summon, a car, whenever you need it. How, how gonna fit into this? One of the things jam is planning to do is, they're planning to operate the fleets of cars that were, and lift and other ride sharing services might offer to people. So these days, GM, basically sells cars to individuals into fleets, and so forth. I mean mostly, that's what they do. They sell cars. They don't operate fleets. But in the future, they could actually operate fleets of hundreds of thousands of cars that GM owns and live contracting with GM to have their cards, going out to pick people up and who knows maybe GM watch. Telefe and become a competitor to lift, you know, it's interesting because General Motors has its hooks in like a handful of these related companies, right? Yeah. GM owns a six point four percent stake in lift. So it has good insight into how lift operated probably access to some of the data about how people are using cars. Of course. It has a lot of data on how its own customers used cars, and what a lot of people in the transportation industry think is going to happen is, there's just going to be less need for people to of equal in the future. Some people still, you know, some people will think that's the ultimate convenience. But if you think about it people who own a car, most of the time, it just sits there, whether drive to work, and then it sits in a parking lot for eight hours or cheating, your Karaj overnight. I mean, no one's making money off of their car, no, what shooting it for any purpose in one of the things that ridesharing could do. I I'm not sure it's going to happen. Fast or easy. But one of the things you could, you know, you just get out of a car, so if it's not your personal vehicle anymore, but it's part of a fleet, well, it's kind of like an airplane, you know airplanes fly airlines fly planes. It's often as they can match return on investment in the airplane thing. Same thing with people who operate right hailing services that car to be moving around making money for you, generating revenue as often as possible, and once that actually such to save money for consumers, and it could at some point people will own cars. So that's a big risk for companies make cars, General Motors, Ford, and Fiat, Chrysler speaking with Rick Newman senior columnist at Yahoo finance about his piece, entitled, how GM plans to prosper when people stopped buying cars. How about this cruise automation that it owns as well. Jim. What was basically a startup? I think in twenty sixteen. Crude automation, does self-driving software accord General Motors has Joe technology. Now regard, Jim actually has a sort of a moderated self-driving system already for sale in some tattle. It's called super crews, and it's similar to what tesla sells with autopilot. But you wanted to make sure it has all the technology needs show crews in cruise automation, which San Francisco actually has its own internal ride hailing service for employers, and they, you can tell one of their own cars, which are Chevrolet volt electric vehicles, and some of those are fitted out with self-driving software. And I think at this point anybody who's doing test self-driving cars safety driver in the car, but sometimes in cities where they allow it the car will operate in self driving with a safety driver there to intervene, but there's all kinds of experimentation going on. On auto makers, of course, conservative that somebody might some tech company might come along with a better idea. Do it faster. One of the things Mark rice told me, the president of GM when I interviewed him recently is comfortable, their automative technologies said, we really know how to build cars, and we don't think anybody's going to do that better than us. But we are bad at is moving fast. And they have gone studied a lot of what happens in Silicon Valley. They wanna tap silicon valley's ability to just turn technology around very fast, instead of, you know, what's basically a five to ten year planning cycle, if you're an automaker, thanks Rick. Rick Newman senior columnist at

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Trump Pushes Steel, Aluminum Tariffs on EU, Canada, Mexico

The Mike Opelka Show

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Trump Pushes Steel, Aluminum Tariffs on EU, Canada, Mexico

"Kensington career cast dot com names the best jobs of the year in about twenty minutes the trump administration has imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the closest us neighbors and allies who not surprisingly have promised to retaliate with their own duties president trump's plan is to win economic concessions in an effort to cut the us trade deficit the move got the thumbs down from a number of republican lawmakers nebraska senator ben sasse called dumb utah senator orrin hatch called it a tax on americans canadian prime minister justin trudeau said his government would impose a twenty five percent tariff on steel imports we have to believe that at some point common sense will prevail but we see no sign of that in this action today by the us administration mexico promised to target some steel and pipe products lamps berries grapes apples cold cuts pork chops and various cheese products the eu has said idiots also planning to hit back with its own duties and raise the issue with the world trade organization today commerce secretary wilbur ross said that canada mexico and the e you would be subject to a twenty five percent tariff on steel and a ten percent tariff on aluminum beginning at midnight other countries including argentina and brazil agreed to limit metal exports analysis now from yahoo finance columnist rick newman rick your take is one of the worst fears and financial markets about president trump is protectionist impulses one of the questions all along has been is his far worse than his bite in other words does he just threatened things like character in order to sort of establish some leverage for negotiations re negotiating the north american free trade agreement for example new trade negotiations with china and so forth increasingly it seems like trump is quite willing to actually impose the terrace in addition to threatening them and this suggests we're going to we are going to get into what is actually starting to feel like a trade war i have been elected to use the word the words trade war up till now i've been calling these trade disputes but when you actually have countries imposing new tariffs on each other and then retaliating against the other country by imposing the same sort of tariffs on new new exports and imports and he that is what a trade war is it's what we're gonna punish you you're gonna punish us it's gonna escalate and then.

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"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Respectable or proper way to go about it which is to find out what sorts of training companies actually need so and that's what a certificate represents it basically says you have had a certain type of training an apprenticeship for example or something like that maybe it's a it's a type of training that would allow you to be licensed as something so the way to do that is not just to go around and look you know respond to ads for certificate programs are things like that but find out you know get information from employers in your area that actually have opened jobs and say what kind of skills do they need you know what kind of jobs are they having trouble filling it's not always the easiest thing in the world and companies have not always been great at telling people what kind of training they need they just have gotten in the habit of assuming that they'll just be people out there who have the training they want but they realized that you know with with we've got like six point six million open jobs gordon companies can't fill company just starting to realize they have to do a better job of helping people know how to find them and sometimes even provide the training so what's happening in some places is companies that need workers apartment partnering up with community colleges and are actually helping design the training programs for their guiding people to the training programs that will set them up for a job at the company so don't just get any old training but do the research and find out what jobs are open what kind of training do they require and then that's how you target the training we're speaking with yahoo finance columnist rick newman his piece entitled how to earn more with less education it's the the the graduates are the folks with graduate degrees i guess they still earn the most.

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"rick newman" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Say they don't like something but when you say you wanna take it away suddenly they say no you can't have it especially when there's no plan b it's almost like the investors approach to the stock market investors would say well corporate corporate profits are going to go down future the you know the value of stocks is going to go down i think you'd see i don't think it would be i don't think we have a market crash but i think you'd have market decline and then you know the democrats have just made it extremely easy for republicans to say this is the party that wants to raise your taxes and record investing court folio so in these positions can just be demagogued away so easily and to just say we want to undo what the unpopular president has done i don't think it's just a very compelling strategy speaking with yahoo finance columnist rick newman nancy pelosi the democratic leader in the house has said there will be a plan by summer.

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"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Course of his presidency affected the stock market for both good and bad yahu finance columnist rick newman has taken a look at the market trends recount has trump affected stock since he's been in office well his policies were great for the stock marketing twenty seventeen i think what ha what happened then was we knew that he wanted to cut corporate taxes and he did end up cutting corporate taxes so the market had a great year in twenty seventeen but it has not had a great year in twenty eighteen stocks really should be up because now we're not just kidding the expectation of corporate tax cuts but we're actually getting the higher profits that come with a lower tax rate and yet as we know stocks are flat or down there's been a lot of volatility this year and i think what's happening is the stock market is reacting to trump trying to impose more protectionist measures these steel and aluminum tariffs in early march and a couple of weeks after that he said he wants bigger set of tariffs on a lot of imports from china and the markets don't like that so that's one of the we've seen a lot of volatility in the stock market these days and several days where we've seen markets plunged by percent or more which is pretty unnerving for busters rick what does the market not like about tariffs specifically the idea that this could turn out to be some kind of escalating trade war where trump imposes tariffs on imports from other countries those other countries in turn retaliate by putting tariffs on imports us imports those countries and then you have to ask where does it all end now we have seen a little bit of that so far and i think we're gonna see more of it china has not yet responded to the terrorists trump wants to impose on chinese imports they have responded to the steel and aluminum tariffs but that's relatively small the the care of trump wants to do on on many classes of chinese imports would be a much bigger deal and china has not responded to that yet and they probably will so it's all posturing for some kind of broader negotiation that's going on behind the scenes and we'll this all settled down or credits really erupt into a kind of a tit for tat escalate eating a series of trade wars markets don't know markets hate.

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"rick newman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And the midterm election history shows that when you win the presidency that party doesn't do so well in the midterms because people get complacent they get complacent we cannot be complacent while trump's worried softened fire up his base they've also over the course of his presidency affected the stock market for both good and bad yahu finance columnist rick newman has taken a look at the market trends recount has trump effected stocks since he's been in office well his policies were great for the stock marketing twenty seventeen i think what what what happened then was we knew that you wanted to cut corporate taxes and he did end up cutting corporate taxes so the market had a great year in twenty seventeen but it has not had a great year in two thousand eighteen stocks really should be up because now we're not just kidding the expectation of corporate tax cuts but we're actually getting the higher profits that come with a lower tax rates and yet as we know stocks are flat or down there's been a lot of volatility this year and i think what's happening is the stock market is reacting to trump trying to impose more protectionist measures he's an ounce the steel and aluminum tariffs in early march a couple of weeks after that he said he wants his bigger set of tariffs on a lot of imports from china and the markets don't like that so that's one of the we've seen a lot of volatility in the stock market these days and several days where we've seen markets plunged by percent or more he's pretty unnerving for busters rick what does the market not like about tariffs specifically the.

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"rick newman" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Thanks for being with us welcome into friday roughly twelve hundred pedestrians have been killed by people driven cars so far this year you haven't heard about the vast majority if any at all but we've all heard about the one involving these selfdriving uber car in tempe arizona yahoo finance columnist rick newman says semi autonomous cars are still safer than ones driven by you and me rick how do you see it you know we had a a clean air watch the video never have a lot of there were several video cameras in his car and he said you know based on how abruptly this woman kind of jumped out or appeared in front of his car he says i don't think anybody could have avoided this crash however i think important to point out that that is exactly what self driving cars are supposed to supposed to have sensors that even if somebody hiding behind a bush as the car approaches your i might not see that the car is supposed to have sensors that would pick that up so obviously i'm not there i'm not involved in this my guess is that once the national transportation safety gordon investigates they will find that there was some out functioning with sensors on the car i mean the sense that's what sensors are supposed to do they're supposed to detect movement and for some reason they didn't in this case i it's also reporting out there was a human in this car the so called safety operator that's how does all of these tests and that person did not do anything to stop the car either so so neither the computers nor the person operating this car at least controlling the car did anything to prevent this so there's going to be we're gonna learn a lot from this a lot of these different operators whether it's a car maker or tech company have suspended operations now with regards to this you think that's an overreaction.

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"rick newman" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Um i i rate pay and i still can't find workers and uh it says if the workers just aren't dare or at least the workers i need just or not there um so i think there are clear some perplexing things going on in labor force gordon we do know the data shows us that there are at least um million man uh between the ages of eighteen and fifty four th of working age men who who normally would be employed on but they're not uh they end their they're not disabled they they're they're not looking for work and for some reason they're just out of the labor force such we've seen white where we've seen the biggest decline in the socalled labourforce participation rate they just don't want to work um they're not interested and you here you serve here anecdote ole stories about people who are getting some kind of welfare benefit and i it it makes more sense for them to collect the benefit than actually go get a job uh you know you hear that the opioid crisis were uh drug and alcohol abuse probably has something to do with it there's nothing that really just sort of tells us the whole picture so you told me what we try to do in the story was to business owners find out what's going on and do our best to sort of paint a picture what's going on there and is a giant gap between workers in the people they're trying to hire uh and speaking with yahoo finance columnist rick newman so how much of it is uh an actual skills gap as we've heard before versus a show up on time gap well if you're if he runs it isn't if you consider that it gilju your ability to show up it's you know any most basic level of skill right um by any so i i think it's very clear there are skills gaps going all the way up to sort of the top of the uh two kate if you will especially among tech tech workers everybody everybody in the tech business is short of workers programmers people able to do build mobile apps and.

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"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Um i i raise pay and i still can't find workers and uh it as if the workers just aren't dare or at least the workers i need just or not there um so i think there are actually are some perplexing things going on in labor force uh gordon we do know the data shows us that there are at least um six million man uh between the ages of eighteen and fifty four th of working age men who uh who normally would be employed on but they're not uh they end their they're not to table that they're they're not looking for work and for some reason or just out of the labor force that we've seen white where we've seen the biggest decline in the socalled labourforce participation rate they just don't wanna work um they're not interested and you here easter here anecdotal stories about people who are getting some kind of welfare benefit and i it it makes more sense for them to collect the benefit than actually go get a job uh you know you hear that the opioid crisis or uh drug and alcohol abuse probably has something to do with it but there's nothing that really just sort of tells us the whole picture so you know we we what we try to do in this story was talk to business owners find out what's going on and do our best to sort of paint a picture what's going on there and there's a there's a giant gap between workers and the people they're trying to hire we're speaking with yahoo finance columnist rick newman so how much of it is uh an actual skills gap as we for before versus a show up on time gap well if you're if you run a business you consider that its skill just your ability to show up it's you know any most basic level of skill right um by any so i i think it's very clear there are skills gaps going all the way up to sort of to the top of the uh two jade if you will especially among tech tech workers uh everybody everybody in the tech business is sure of workers programmers people able to do build mobile app some things like that um i it and then you well what what is the solution here um and it's it's i don't think there.

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"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Um the eu it's not too often you can say wow look look at all these things that are generally going right um and this is the time to take advantage of that and that's what i'm talking about in this article said i it's easier for some people to get ahead than others which of most of us can figure out but you also address looks like it's not over just because you're not prospering right now like you can make changes explain that yeah and you know i got a lot of put back to this idea for people looked at how can you say uh get you know it it time at peak prosperity i did uh you know i'm a book i'm not saying everybody getting rich in america and life is not what i'm saying um but you know what i it's it's not it's not always easy to get ahead and do the things you have to do and what i'm saying is right now is probably a good time to do things that are hard to do uh such as if you're really not getting ahead in your career or your job or your company or whatever you're doing um it it it you're probably not going to get ahead i mean something's wrong you year you might be in the wrong business you might be in of more of a declining listen a growing business um you might just be in the wrong job i mean there are things that go wrong all the time the speak with yahoo finance columnist rick newman is wrote a piece entitled if you're not prospering now something's wrong so one of those changes i mean what could you do carded general why but uh i you know the sort of most obvious way to think about this is your job or your career uh you know there's a lot of turbulence in the economy possibly more now than there has been in the simple because of digital technology and all the revolutionary things that are happening look some uh some industry decline and go away uh so one way to think about it it if you're in a if you're in an industry that's more of an older a sort of an older registry where overall employment declining uh that's not a good place to be you're not going to find much opportunity uh in an.

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"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"That will benefits and others that will not examples from y'all who finance columnist rick newman rick explain by focused on one company in florida about ten or eleven employees right now and the internet company told me that it detected you go through heat paying close attention and you're gonna be great for him he owner his hit takehome pay will go up but he said you know i also want to give each summit to put back in the business so each you know what the tax cut will do for me is uh i will be able to keep my pay the same but i'll have more money to put back into the business and so he what he wants to do with the money is uh he's got i think nine people who are now independent contractors ah he wants to bring them on as fulltime employees which means they will now get benefits while a including health care benefits 401 k and stuff like that uh obviously an improvement i mean a lot we you and i and permit and probably all your listeners know people are are people who yeah you can get a job but nobody wants to take your one fulltime because they don't want to pay for your health care these other things well he's going to do it um uh and he's also gonna probably hire a few more people because uh he's just going to have the extra money uh to be able to do that um so they'll cost him money um could bring people on uh you know to turn contractors into fulltimers with benefits he says worth it and by the way he also thinks he kind of has to do that in order to retain them uh to keep them from going someplace else and also it has certainly helps a recruiting um higher quality employees when you need them so that's that's an example somebody who is pretty sure he owns a business rob worry about you're going to have hit about eleven employees that he for sure thinks it's going to be good for him.

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"rick newman" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"That will benefits and others that will not be examples from y'all who finance columnist rick newman rick explain by focused on one company in florida to add about ten or eleven employees right now and the internet company told me that if he could you go through he paying close attention and he said it's gonna be great for him he owner his hit takehome pay will go up but he said you know i also want to give you some of this to put back in the business so he you know what the tax cut will do for me is uh i will be able to keep might pay the same but i'll have more money to put back into the business and so he what he wants to do with the money is uh he's got i think nine people who are now independent contractors ah he wants to bring them on as fulltime employees which means they will now get benefits while uh including health care benefits 401 k and stuff like that uh obviously an improvement i mean a lot we you and i and probably all your listeners know people are are people who yeah you can get a job but nobody wants to take your on fulltime because they don't want to pay for your health care these other things well he's going to do it um uh and he's also gonna probably higher a few more people because uh he's just going to have the extra money uh to be able to do that um so will cost him money um to bring people on uh you know to turn contractors into fulltimers with benefits he says worth it and by the way he also thinks he kind of has to do that in order to retain them uh to keep them from going someplace else and also it has certainly helps a recruiting um higher quality employees when you need them so that's that's an example somebody who is pretty sure he owns a business erupted worry about you're going to have hit about eleven employees that he for sure thinks it's going to be good for him.

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"rick newman" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"The plan while homebuilders' in real estate agents prepared to fight proposals that reduce benefits for homeownership senate minority leader chuck schumer doesn't like the tax cuts and jobs act as it's known bill comes out thursday they wanna start mark ended up monday a bill of enormous complexity that affects millions of people in so many different ways that's a disgrace republicans view the tax bill as their best chance for a legislative victory in mr trump's first year in office analysis now from rick newman finance columnist at yahu news rick what jumps out at you while they're going to be changed it in the tax brackets so there we're going from seven to basically work act bracket uh have income new income level that will be associated with those tax bracket uh looks like they want to put a limit on the amount of state and local that people who item i can deduct uh and it looked as if that would only be property taxes so state local in compacted perhaps no longer deductible looks like there will be a new limit on the amount a lower limit on the amount of mortgage interest that you can deduct up from a million in mortgaga down to five hundred thousand and then probably a lot about it up in the dirty details that we just haven't gotten into yet but it very difficult to figure out uh given changes in the tax bracket in me in compact level to go with build practice very hard to figure out it nickel generally like would it be a net gained a net win for people net loss for people so there are a lot of moving parked in here uh one thing i'll tell you not simple we keep their hearing about how we need a much simpler tax code it you're not that simple and it's going to take a while to understand what it all meet clever name the tax cuts in jobs acts which makes it seemingly difficult to oppose at least in a in five seconds or less yeah well all the yolk on twitter is that there no uh acronym nick out of that you know uh like a winwin actor something like that so you have that he gave a atp kicked ya pat name for a law but i get that haven't really matter the end of.

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"rick newman" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on KTRH

"To fight proposals that reduce benefits for homeownership senate minority leader chuck schumer doesn't like the tax cuts and jobs act as it's known bill comes out thursday they wanna start marketed up monday a bill of enormous complexity that affects millions of people in so many different ways that's a disgrace republicans view the tax bill as their best chance for a legislative victory in mr trump's first year in office analysis now from rick newman finance columnist at yahu news rick what jumps out at you well there are going to be changes in the tax brackets so there we're going from seven to basically work act bracket now have income new income level that will be a tokyo to it though hack bracket looked like they want to put a limit on the amount of state and local bad people who item i can deduct uh and it looked as if that would only be property taxes so state and local in compacted perhaps no longer deductible looks like there will be a new limit on the amount a lower limit on the amount of mortgage interest that you can deduct from a million in mortgaging down to five hundred thousand and then probably a lot of other picked up in the dirty details that we just haven't gotten into yet but it very difficult to figure out uh given changes in the tax bracket in in the eight compact level to go build cracked very hard to figure out nickel generally like would it be a net gain a net wind crew people net loss for people so there are a lot of moving parked in year one thing i'll tell you not simple we keep hearing about how we need a much simpler tax code not that simple and it's going to take a while to understand what it all meet clever name the tax cuts in jobs acts which makes it seemingly difficult to oppose at least in a in five seconds or less yeah well the joke on twitter is that there is no acronym no doubt of that you know like a winwin act or something like that that you have that he gave a atp pat name for a law but i get that haven't really matter at the end of.

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"rick newman" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"rick newman" Discussed on KOIL

"To your question the commission had a first meeting the critical commissioner on the left edge at a first meeting walk wednesday in one of the things that was presented with nine hundred thirty eight rick newman for voter fraud not just convictions for voter fraud approximately two thousand in fifty eight convictions only rupp represent the tip of the iceberg see that's the point i always make when this topic comes up chris a lot of people on the left will say well there aren't very many convictions for voter fraud that means is that a serious problem well it's rarely caught him i stayed minnesota we have sameday registration and no effort is made generally speaking to to to detect voter fraud and so despite that we have a fair our number of prosecutions but i agree with you the prosecution's have got to represent just the smallest tip of the iceberg well let me give you a how i can demonstrate the if the expert one of the problems of one type of voter fraud is non could it be registering and voting if the legal to register and legal it almost impossible to catch because there's nothing nothing you can do in most states if you don't have proof it critical trip to stop the person second box i'm a you could win climbing the registration form and incoming registered there's nothing in his record to tell you he really well one expert who look at our kansas voter open made it clear we may have been eighteen thousand malian role quickly my office who only caught one hundred twenty eight eight thousand o'clock and of those one hundred twenty eight we have only been able to prosecute one so far even though we have a very high degree of confidence that the crimes committed by others because the statute of limitations prevent you from prosecuting so when more than five years after crimes committed and youtube discovered in so eighteen thousand down to one hundred twenty eight gone to want it back that is literally particularly iceberg prosecution represent so many more actual cases voter now your presidential advisory commission on election integrity has been in the news because you've got around and requested publicly available information from the various states and a large number of uh of secretaries of state and clean up a republican secretaries of state have refused to to.

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Difference Between Dinosaurs and Reptiles

Aaron's World

00:05 sec | 4 years ago

Difference Between Dinosaurs and Reptiles

"The reptile worse oh that's a tough course jimmy thing granted goodwin paleontologist can tell during sources reptiles apart by looking how dare lay attached to their hips dinosaur lakes attach straight rick newman lakes reptile lakes a patch stay keynote that's why reptiles run all wobbling finding like dinosaurs in humans can run straight era are lots more differences or decks them worked in one i now feel one sent me a question go to my dog rocket doubt