The Australian sharemarket recovered from a slow start, with the ASX 200 edging higher by just 0.07% as a busy week kicks off for investors. Mining & energy stocks rose most. Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.
(0:00-24:22) – Monday's show begins with Dan giving us a big update on Dakich Cycles for the City, a program Dan and Leigh started that gives bikes to kids who need them. Plus, Dan talks on Matt Ryan and why he has questions marks on Matt Ryan after his play last year. Dan stresses why he doesn't believe anything the Colts say on Ryan until he sees it for himself. (24:23-40:05) –We're back from break with more thoughts on the state of the Colts and whether Dan is wrong to be skeptical of Matt Ryan. (40:06-48:10) –Hour number one closes with Dan talking more on where expectations should be for the Colts this season. (48:11-1:12:07) –Our pal Sean Salisbury joins the show to talk on expectations for the Houston Texans this year and the way the media covers a team in a bigger city. Plus, Sean ranks the quarterbacks in the AFC South and the chances he gives the Colts to win the AFC South. Also, Sean looks ahead to Colts-Texans Week 1 and how serious Indy should take Houston and Davis Mills. Later, Sean gives his thoughts on what the NFL will do with Deshaun Watson through the appeal of his 6 game suspension. (1:12:08-1:25:52) –We play some audio from QB Matt Ryan reflection on the Colts after practice this past Sunday. Plus, clips from Ryan and Frank Reich on Stephon Gilmore, the offensive line and more. (1:25:53-1:35:49) –Hour number two ends with Dan talking about the Cleveland Browns denying a trade request made by running back Kareem Hunt. (1:35:51-1:58:17)-The great David Kaplan of ESPN 1000 and NBC Sports Chicago joins the program to give us an update on the Bears training camp and expectations for Justin Fields. Plus, Kap looks at where the Bears will likely be playing home games in the future. Additionally, Kap gives us an update on the Chicago Cubs, the state of their farm system, and how the team wound up with their second rebuild in the last 10 years. Plus, is pickle ball more of a sport than golf? (1:58:18-2:10:22) – Dan gives an update on his bikes program Dakich Cycles for the City and shares what's happening on Thursday night that will benefit the program. (2:10:23-2:19:36) – Monday's show ends with Dan sharing the results from the Horseshoe Indianapolis Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for the JCook Plays of the Day.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Blues' first home game of the new season is previewed by Jake Smith, Dean Adams and Robbie Fahy! Matt Drabble provides the pre-match interviews with Danny Cowley and Joe Rafferty, with the panel also discussing the potential loan arrival of Blackpool winger Owen Dale.
Adham Beydoun and Terry Foster recap the Detroit Lions Trade Deadline, talk about the latest coming out of Allen Park during Detroit Lions Training Camp, and what Dan Campbell could be as a Head Coach in the NFL. Plus, Adham and Terry are joined by Chris Castellani to talk Tigers, MLB Deadline and more.#DetroitLions #NFL #WoodwardSports 00:00 Detroit Tigers Trade Deadline Recap18:00 Which Detroit Lion will have a Breakout Season?32:00 Chris Castellani Interview55:00 Lions Training Camp Updates58:00 Adham's NFC North Predictions - Why Bears will Finish 0-171:04:00 Dan Campbell Becoming a National Darling - All In or Cautious?1:20:20 Why Ben Johnson is Primed for Success1:32:00 Watson Suspended for Six Games - Fair or Foul?1:44:20 Pickle Ball, Lou Whitaker Day1:53:50 MailbagWatch Our Shows Live on YouTube 7 Days a Week!Morning Woodward Show | Monday-Friday 8am-10am Big D Energy | Monday-Friday 11am-1pmThe Bottom Line | Monday-Friday 2pm-4pmWoodward Heavyweights | Monday-Friday 5pm-7pmFollow The Woodward Sports Network!Twitter: https://twitter.com/woodwardsportsTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@woodwardsport...Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/woodwardspo...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WoodwardSports/Download Our App for Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/wsn-liv...Download Our App for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...
Royal Bafokeng Platinum has halved its interim dividend, after higher costs and lower prices weighed on profit. The miner says it remains cautious of the current operating environment. Business Day TV unpacked the results with CFO Rotshidzwa Manenzhe.
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American children who identify as the opposite sex are being encouraged to get medical intervention to conform to their gender identity. Meanwhile, European countries have been ahead of the U.S. on this issue, but now they're pumping the brakes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Just because concepts, theories, and opinions are useful and make people feel comfortable, doesn't mean they are correct. No one so far has come up with an answer in the field of safety that proves, “this is the way we should do it,” and in the work of safety, we must constantly evaluate and update our practices, rules, and recommendations. This of course means we can never feel completely comfortable – and humans don't like that feeling. We'll dig into why we should be careful about feeling a sense of “clarity” and mental ease when we think that we understand things completely- because what happens if someone is deliberately making us feel that a problem is “solved”...? The paper we're discussing deals with a number of interesting psychological constructs and theories. The abstract reads: The feeling of clarity can be dangerously seductive. It is the feeling associated with understanding things. And we use that feeling, in the rough-and-tumble of daily life, as a signal that we have investigated a matter sufficiently. The sense of clarity functions as a thought-terminating heuristic. In that case, our use of clarity creates significant cognitive vulnerability, which hostile forces can try to exploit. If an epistemic manipulator can imbue a belief system with an exaggerated sense of clarity, then they can induce us to terminate our inquiries too early — before we spot the flaws in the system. How might the sense of clarity be faked? Let's first consider the object of imitation: genuine understanding. Genuine understanding grants cognitive facility. When we understand something, we categorize its aspects more easily; we see more connections between its disparate elements; we can generate new explanations; and we can communicate our understanding. In order to encourage us to accept a system of thought, then, an epistemic manipulator will want the system to provide its users with an exaggerated sensation of cognitive facility. The system should provide its users with the feeling that they can easily and powerfully create categorizations, generate explanations, and communicate their understanding. And manipulators have a significant advantage in imbuing their systems with a pleasurable sense of clarity, since they are freed from the burdens of accuracy and reliability. I offer two case studies of seductively clear systems: conspiracy theories; and the standardized, quantified value systems of bureaucracies. Discussion Points:This has been our longest break from the podcastDavid traveled to the USUncertainty can make us risk-averseOrganizations strive for more certainty in the workplaceScimago for evaluating research papersA well-written paper, but not peer-evaluated by psychologistsFocus on conspiracy theories and bureaucracyThe Studio C comedy sketch - bank robbers meet a philosopherAcademic evaluations - white men vs. minorities/womenPuzzles and pleasure spikesClarity as a thought terminatorEpistemic intimidation and epistemic seductionCognitive Fluency, Insight, and Cognitive FacilityAlthough fascinating, there is no evidence to support the paper's claimsEcho chambers and thought bubblesRush Limbaugh and Fox News - buying into the belief systemNumbers, graphs, charts, grades, tables – all make us feel comfort and controlTakeaways:Just because it's useful, doesn't mean it's correctThe world is not supposed to make sense, it's important to live with some cognitive discomfortBe cautious about feeling safe and comfortableConstant evaluation of safety practices must be the norm Resources:Link to the PaperThe Safety of Work PodcastThe Safety of Work on LinkedInFeedback@safetyofwork
Prashant Pitti, Co-Founder EaseMyTrip chats with Amit Somani, Managing Partner Prime Venture Partners.Listen to the podcast to learn about01:00 - My Margin is My Opportunity13:30 - Network Effects & Late Mover Advantage23:00 - From Risk-Aversion to Bias Towards Action33:00 - "It's always better to be curious than cautious"Prashant also hosts a popular podcast Decoding Unicorns with Prashant Pitti. Click here to read the full transcriptFound Prashant's journey building a bootstrapped startup inspiring? Next, listen to Nithin Kamath another entrepreneur who bootstrapped his startup. In the episode we talk about Zerodha's Founding Story, User Behaviour, IPO Markets & Young Money, Doing What's Right For The Customer & Investing In The Future.Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts and subscribe wherever you are listening to this.Follow Prime Venture Partners:Twitter: https://twitter.com/Primevp_inLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/primevp/ This podcast is for you. Do let us know what you like about the podcast, what you don't like, the guests you'd like to have on the podcast and the topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes. Please share your feedback here: https://primevp.in/podcastfeedback
Join us as we learn all about the limits of the human body and the human mind with our guest, fitness journalist and best-selling author Alex Hutchinson, whose latest book is called "Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance". His website is https://alexhutchinson.net Note: This episode was previously aired. Thanks to our sponsors of this episode! CASTUS is a team of business development experts that enables B2B e-commerce to streamline the relationship between wholesalers and resellers. They create custom digital storefronts that cater to both your products and buyers to drive online orders and strengthen brand loyalty. Their in-depth expertise working in back-end logistics to front-end consumer experiences, and everything in between makes them the perfect full-cycle partner for your business growth. Visit their website, castusglobal.com/nobodytoldme to set up a no-obligation, one-on-one consultation with one of their experts and learn more. FEALS is a premium CBD delivered directly to your doorstep. CBD is one of the active compounds found in the hemp plant. CBD naturally helps reduce stress, anxiety, pain, and sleeplessness. Finding your right dose of CBD is important and Feals offers a free CBD hotline to help guide your personal experience so that you find your perfect dose. Joining the FEALS monthly membership makes your self-care easy. You'll save money on every order and you can pause or cancel any time. Become a member today by going to Feals.com/NOBODYTOLDME and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. Ora Organic's Trust Your Gut probiotic and prebiotic supplement contains some of the world's most powerful probiotic strains, along with prebiotics to help the good bacteria thrive in your gut so your probiotics work smarter, not harder. Trust Your Gut helps optimize your digestion and support common gut health issues like constipation and bloating. A healthy mix of probiotics in your gut has also been linked to having a strong immune system and can even impact your mood! Trust Your Gut is available in a capsule or powder format. With its variety of products, Ora is your one stop shop for clean, quality, plant-based nutrition that works! You have nothing to lose. Try Ora's products and if you're not happy for any reason within 60 days, get a full refund. No questions asked. Get 30% off your first subscription when you text TOLD to 64000. (sixty-four thousand) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Australia correspondent Karen Middleton joins Kathryn to talk about the diversity of the new Parliament sitting for the first time since the federal election, why some international flights out of Australia are only 10 per cent full but flights to New Zealand are chokka, an apology from the Manly Rugby League club leadership over a plan to have the Sea Eagles players wear rainbow-striped pride jerseys and why Canberra is excited by its new US ambassador.
The Australian sharemarket has kicked off the session in mixed fashion as a huge week for markets kicks off. Updates on inflation, US earnings, quarterly results and plenty of data will be in focus. Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.
Greetings Village! #DailyAfricanProverbs takes us to #Mauritius The proverb says: "The chameleon looks in all directions before moving." The chameleon is a restless creature, always on the move in search of food. But before it takes a single step, it looks in all directions, over every branch and around every tree. That's because the chameleon knows that danger could be lurking anywhere. This cautious behavior is reflected in today's African proverb. Chameleon only crosses when he is sure it is safe. This proverb teaches us that we should be just as careful as the chameleon when making decisions in life. We should take our time to consider all the options and consequences before taking action. Otherwise, we may end up in a dangerous situation. Join us on #AFIAPodcast to listen to our latest episode at 6am PST/ 4pm EAT https://youtu.be/hQNqYj7orAI Share your thought on this proverb in the comments below. #FridayForFuture #AFIAPodcast #FridayVibes #FridayMotivation #AfricanProverbs #AfricanProverbsandWisdom #AfricanProverbspage #AfricanProverbsofInstagram #AfricanProverbsseries #AfricanProverbsaboutlife #AfricanProverbsandtheirmeaning #AfricanProverbsandQuotes #DailyAfricanProverbs #OngeRingo #DailyAfricanProverbs #IamOneVibeAfrica #RootedInLove #OneVibeMedia #OneVibeTV #OneVibe #OneVibeExperience #AfricanCommunities #TravelInAfrica #MadarakaFest2022 #AfricaDayDiaspora #MitiNiDawa
APAC stocks traded cautiously following the mixed performance of global counterparts and amid risk events.European equity futures are indicative of a softer open with Eurostoxx 50 -0.2% after the cash market closed with losses of 0.1% yesterday.Italian PM Draghi is set to announce his intention to resign at 08:00BST.DXY is on the backfoot, EUR/USD reclaimed 1.02 and JPY contained after BoJ stood pat on policy.Nord Stream said gas delivery has resumed on Thursday morning. Deliveries are at roughly 40% of capacity.Looking ahead, highlights include US IJC, Policy Announcement from ECB, CBRT & SARB, Speech from ECB's Lagarde, Supply from Spain, France & UK, Earnings from AT&T, Phillip Morris, Roche & Nokia.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
Cautious consolidation following Wednesday's big gains. Who could blame investors with major central bank and earnings events on the horizon? The S&P/ASX 200 traded around breakeven for most of the session before drifting higher into the close, seeing the benchmark climb 0.52% to 6794.3. It was a mixed performance across the sectors with technology again leading the way with an increase of 3.2%. Other long duration sectors fared well with healthcare and communications adding 1.6% and 2.1% respectively. REITs were the exception to the rule, sliding 1% on the back of broker moves. Consumer discretionary chimed in with a gain of 1.4% while financials added 1%. Energy and materials acted as an anchor for the index, falling 2.8% and 0.1% respectively. The weakness in energy coincided with a flurry of quarterly production reports, including from Woodside and Santos. They fell 4.9% and 1.8% respectively to sit near the bottom of the scoreboard. Rio Tinto shed 2.6% on doubts about the scale of near-term capital returns. Telix and Zip put in a polar opposite performance, soaring 20.2% and 15.8% respectively after releasing quarterlies. Kelsian Group jumped 15.8% after pulling the pin on a proposed acquisition Link Administration climbed 12.9% as it recommended a sweetened takeover offer from Dye & Durham. It's been such a saga. Hopefully this is the end. Liontown was another standout, lifting 12.2%. As Elon Musk would say, an “insane” gain.Our top three VODs:Death of retail called too early?It's not a recession the RBA is nervous aboutNine yield, momentum and bargain stock picks See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
President and CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Chicago and Northern Illinois Steve Bernas joined Bob Sirott to explain what phishing scams are and what could happen if you click on fake links. He also talked about why you should be cautious when buying used cars and a woman who was scammed out of thousands of dollars.
Éamonn Fitzmaurice, Bryan Sheehan, Kevin Walsh and Oisín McConville preview the All-Ireland Football Final with Paul Rouse.In association with Renault Ireland for the Irish Examiner. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Garry Doyle joins Gavan Casey from Wellington to preview Ireland's decisive third test with the All Blacks. Garry is of a vintage that he remembers a time when Ireland were incapable of beating virtually any serious entity in world rugby and puts in context the last 22 years, which culminates in a shot a first ever series win in New Zealand tomorrow. The lads discuss the likelihood of an Irish win, as well as the uncomfortable hysteria surrounding under-fire All Blacks head coach Ian Foster. To subscribe to our members-exclusive podcasts on Mondays, Wednesdays and immediately after Ireland tests, join us at members.the42.ie.
The stock market today rallied higher following the Retail Sales and Consumer Sentiment data. "We had positive economic data that was released. We will continue to see volatile markets. Market sentiment has become too negative and I remain cautiously optimistic. I see a recession in the first half of 2023, but I don't think it will be a particularly difficult one. The S&P 500 will end the year around 4,150,"says Shana Sissel. Sissel then provides her stock picks which include Leidos Holdings (LDOS), Nvidia (NVDA), Marvell Technology (MRVL), and Occidental Petroleum (OXY).
APAC stocks mostly traded with cautious gains, Nikkei 225 outperformed, and US equity futures were rangebound overnightDXY remained above the 108.00 level and closer to 108.50, EUR/USD weakened, and USD/JPY extended above 138.0010yr USTs declined after the post-CPI fluctuations, Bunds continued to retreat, and 10yr JGBs were marginally lowerCrude futures remained choppy, spot gold was kept rangebound, and copper traded sidewaysLooking ahead, highlights include Swedish CPIF, US IJC, Speech from Fed's Waller, Earnings from JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley & Charles SchwabClick here for the Week Ahead previewRead the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
The Australian sharemarket edged higher by 0.23%, ahead of a highly anticipated update on US inflation due tonight, which could impact US markets and set the tone for the local market on Thursday. Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.
Did you know that your home is generally the largest liability that you have ever owned? This is one of the pillar lessons that Steve teaches daily on this show but today we are looking at a different aspect of that liability. Over time, you how does accrue a fair amount of Equity and if properly trained, you can use that equity to invest! Do we have your attention? Great! Hit that Play button now! Please remember that Steve is always available to answer your questions and concerns. Send an email to AskSteve@TotalWealthAcademy.com now to start a personal conversation!
This week's guest on the Pacey Performance Podcast is Phil Glasgow, Head of Physio and Rehabilitation for Irish Rugby. Phil is here to talk about centralised programmes, how to build them, and what the major challenges are. He also mentions areas that are best not to be centralised, and the key lessons to take away from centralised programmes that coaches can apply themselves. Phil also discusses daily monitoring systems, including exercises and metrics to watch out for. There's also discussion into how coaches can better understand metrics and various exercises, and how Covid has had an impact on being able to monitor athletes on a daily basis. Finally, Phil lets us know why there has been an increase in calf injuries in rugby and football, and whether coaches have become more risk averse over the past decade. In this same vein, he tells us about how he feels recovery days should work for both pro and younger athletes. For all this and much more, hit the play button now. This week's topics: Building a centralised system from a performance perspective The biggest challenges with a centralised programme Key lessons from centralised programmes that can be applied How Covid has impacted on daily monitoring systems What daily monitoring systems look like for Phil Glasgow Exercises and metrics to watch during daily monitoring How coaches can better understand what to pay attention to Why there has been an increase in calf injuries in rugby and football Phil's views on whether coaches are becoming more risk averse Phil's views on recovery days for athletes
We are only two days away from the 2022 NHL Draft! Brandon Piller and Ross Levitan are joined by Sports Illustrated and Hockey News analyst Tony Ferrari (@theTonyFerrari) to get you ready for the Draft! Tony talks about having some caution about Cutter Gauthier at 7th overall, why he thinks people may be overlooking Brad Lambert and a debate of Joakim Kemell vs Jonathan Lekkerimaki! Check out all of our draft coverage and prospect profiles for more entertaining information on draft day! Check us out on TWITTER and YOUTUBE! Support us by supporting our sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michael McCann, legal expert for Sportico and Sports & Entertainment Law Director at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law, tells Spencer German (filling in for Mike "Chico" Bormann) the NFL must be cautious so Roger Goodell doesn't undermine Judge Sue Robinson in DeShaun Watson's disciplinary case with the league as he breaks down the latest legal proceedings surrounding the Browns signal caller Monday night on "Chico After Dark."
Thank God It's Tuesday! The Buttonista is hanging out at her mom's garden oasis sipping a little 11 a.m. DayChaser and getting ready for another busy week ahead. What's new? Oh, you'll see. Be sure to grab your headphones and toss in the latest show for your golden hour walk, evening commute, or outfit planning sesh for all of the events that still lie ahead. OR just order your BUTTONISTA merch so you don't have to plan any casual outfits for the rest of the summer.EPISODE NOTES:Nobody Asked Me, But... (0:39)If you like Daychaser then you can't like the new Beyoncé song (0:55)A few reasons to be jealous of the Senior Buttonista (2:07)Weekend recap brought to you by The Skinny Pancake (8:11)Spotify pro-tip for making memories and remembering them (16:10)She's a 10 BUT (24:18)An unsolicited two cents on the one law most of us know by name (27:20)The Buttonista answers your IG questions (34:26)Try a DayChaser today next time you're picking up some summer first sips at your local liquor store.
Lynda asks Robert to speak to Adil about his singing in the shower. Robert thinks Adil has an excellent voice; Lynda should cast him in her next production. As Lynda remarks her production days are over, Robert notes Lynda isn't Adil's biggest fan. Lynda confronts Adil herself about the singing, but when Robert drops in Lynda's history with local productions, Adil's keen to get involved. Lynda tells Adil she has no interest in working with someone who is out to destroy her community. Cautious, Adil tells them he's planning on holding a consultation with the village – he hopes Lynda will join. As he leaves Lynda berates Adil's cheek. Robert can't see Lynda's problem; Adil is a paying guest, a nice person and just doing his job. Chris bumps into Usha and asks after Amy, but Usha's more concerned about Chris. Chris feels bad about how things ended with Amy, but Usha tells Chris he did the decent thing. When Usha informs him Amy's met someone new, Chris says she deserves to be happy. Usha reminds Chris he deserves to be happy too. Chris confesses he's avoiding the family Father's Day lunch – he's too depressing to be around and his family have earned a day off. Usha is sympathetic as Chris tells her about the court hearing. She asks if he can talk to Alice, but Chris thinks it's too late. Usha encourages Chris not to catastrophise but to focus on the here and now, and enjoy Martha. Chris promises to try and do that.
Are you a Covid cavalier type of person or are you Covid cautious?New research from AUT has found that about half of Kiwi workers are anxious to return to the office because of the risk of catching Covid - making them Covid cautious.This could cause tension with the other half - Covid cavalier - who are a little bit more gung-ho.AUT Business School Professor Jarrod Haar joined Heather du Plessis-Allan.LISTEN ABOVE
Episode 121: In today's episode we have the founders of the Equity Yield Group, a real estate investment firm specializing in institutional grade multifamily assets, in great markets, sourced, qualified, and managed by an experienced team.Ryan Webster is Managing Partner, and Founder of Equity Yield Group. He is an NHBA award winning home builder, experienced real estate professional, and entrepreneur. Ryan has over a decade of experience owning and operating a Midwest based construction, and development company with a wide range of project experience managing new construction, and value add multifamily projects.Warren Dresner Managing Partner, Co-founder, has 20 years' experience in finance, insurance and real estate in the USA, UK and Australia, with a focus on deal management, deal execution and project management. He began investing in real estate in 2010 and has experience in both Single-Family Homes and Multifamily Apartments. He is currently invested in over 2,000 units across the South-East and Midwest.Today, they will take us through their real estate journey from single to multifamily deals, the current market cycle and what this means for multifamily real estate, and what the future holds for the multifamily space. Don't miss it! For today's episode we will cover: [ 00:00 - 06:47 ] Guest Intro: Ryan Webster and Warren DresnerRyan's backgroundWarren's backgroundPushing the envelope on customer service [ 06:47 - 16:02 ] Transition to A class quality assetsHas investor appetite changed in this market cycle?The bank is your biggest investor True fundamentals [ 16:02 - 30:08 ] Holding periods and types of return profiles being realized in institutional quality assetsWhy staying in the affordable A class space works so wellStructuring the equity sideWhat the vetting process look like [ 30:08 - 43:31 ] Downside of institutional capitalA point on controlChanges to their investment and business strategyForecast for the multifamily market over the next five years [ 43:31 - 46:12 ] What do you like to do for your continued education to further your own investing (Warren)What do you like to do for your continued education to further your own investing (Ryan)A defining moment that changed the course of your trajectory (Ryan)trajectory (Ryan)A defining moment that changed the course of your trajectory (Warren)Advice for listeners to help them grow their businesses (Warren)Advice for listeners to help them grow their businesses (Ryan) Tweetable Quotes: Connect With Guest:Website: https://equityyieldgroup.com/Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC4aRGm_b8VPbBKxMqZ_qYIwFacebook: www.facebook.com/pages/category/Real-Estate-Investment-Firm/Equity-Yield-Group-104940504437848/Ryan Webster: LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-webster-3104841a9Warren DresnerLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/warren-dresner-353b8239Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wdresner
Earnings season has shown a conflicting mix of signals for software companies. Most firms are expressing caution over macro headwinds citing a combination of Ukraine, inflation, interest rates, EMEA softness, currency, supply chain and general demand for technology. But MongoDB, along with a few other names appeared more sanguine, thanks to a beat in the recent quarter and a cautious but upbeat outlook for the near term. In this Breaking Analysis, ahead of MongoDB World 2022, we drill into the company's business and what ETR survey data tells us in the context of overall demand and the patterns from other software companies.
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Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Body of Missing Boy Found in River Days After Fishing Trip That Killed His Mom Jennifer Hudson joins EGOT club after Tony Award win Officials go door to door for mandatory evacuations after fire expands in Southern Californias Angeles National Forest US gun control Cautious welcome to bipartisan deal on new safety measures Russia Ukraine war what we know on day 110 of the invasion Whats in the bipartisan gun deal and whats not Brookings president resigns amid FBI foreign lobbying probe How to watch the second House Jan. 6 hearing Monday, as focus turns to Trumps false claims French election Big test for Macron as voting ends in French polls Africa Eye Racism for sale Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira Police find belongings of missing pair Former Trump campaign manager to testify at Big Lie hearing Man v horse Powys race won by runner Ricky Lightfoot Ukraine war Evidence shows widespread use of cluster munitions in Kharkiv Ukraine war latest Russia could cut off key Ukrainian city, official says Patriot Front leader among those arrested near Idaho Pride Bipartisan group of US senators agrees limited gun safety measures North Korea plans crackdown as Kim pushes for internal unity Rebel Wilson Australian paper offers apology but denies outing actress
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Africa Eye Racism for sale Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira Police find belongings of missing pair Former Trump campaign manager to testify at Big Lie hearing US gun control Cautious welcome to bipartisan deal on new safety measures Rebel Wilson Australian paper offers apology but denies outing actress How to watch the second House Jan. 6 hearing Monday, as focus turns to Trumps false claims Russia Ukraine war what we know on day 110 of the invasion Ukraine war Evidence shows widespread use of cluster munitions in Kharkiv North Korea plans crackdown as Kim pushes for internal unity Bipartisan group of US senators agrees limited gun safety measures Man v horse Powys race won by runner Ricky Lightfoot French election Big test for Macron as voting ends in French polls Ukraine war latest Russia could cut off key Ukrainian city, official says Whats in the bipartisan gun deal and whats not Brookings president resigns amid FBI foreign lobbying probe Jennifer Hudson joins EGOT club after Tony Award win Body of Missing Boy Found in River Days After Fishing Trip That Killed His Mom Patriot Front leader among those arrested near Idaho Pride Officials go door to door for mandatory evacuations after fire expands in Southern Californias Angeles National Forest
People over 40 should be cautious about giving advice to the young. That's the view of Conor Skehan, Sunday Independent Columnist who says most over 40s know less of “this new and different world than they realise" and he spoke to Ciara Doherty on the show.
Matt Weyrich of NBC Sports Washington joins Josh Neighbors to discuss the return of Stephen Strasburg. The guys talk about the long road back for Stephen Strasburg. They discuss his rough start against the Marlins & some of the positives that they saw. The guys then discussed Mike Rizzo's comments about the Nats being sellers at the MLB Trade Deadline. Stephen Strasburg Returns! + Mike Rizzo Says The Washington Nationals Will Be "Cautious Sellers" WANT MORE DAILY WASHINGTON NATIONALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
APAC stocks were subdued following a weak handover from the US and with sentiment cautiousDXY faded the prior day's marginal gains; G10s were broadly flat with some modest outperformance in the JPYThe White House said it expects elevated inflation numbers to be released on Friday, according to ReutersShanghai will lock down the Minhang district on Saturday morning for mass COVID-19 testing, according to BloombergLooking ahead, highlights include US IJC, ECB Policy Announcement/Press Conference, Supply from US (30yr)Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
APAC stocks traded cautiously amid upside in yields and ahead of upcoming risk events. European equity futures are indicative of a weaker open with Eurostoxx 50 -0.9% after the cash market closed higher by 1.5% yesterday.DXY remains firmer above 102.50, EUR/USD is back below 1.07 and RBA-inspired gains in AUD were trimmed.UK PM Johnson won the confidence vote, as expected, with total votes at 211 vs 148.Looking ahead, highlights include German Industrial Orders, UK Composite/Services PMI (Final), Canadian Trade Balance, EIA STEO, Supply from UK & US.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
@AviNMash and @JoeySolitro deep dive into Salesforce Earnings, Discuss Sheryl Sandberg leaving FB, Meme Stocks, and Crypto News for another episode of PTT. Huge shout out to our Sponsors at StockTwits.com - Join us in the conversation about your favorite tickers! $BTC $ETH $SOL $FB $CRM $MDB $USO
The playbook for 2022 has been to follow the bond market and largely focus on macro, says Bryan Lee. He talks about the outlook for markets amid volatility, noting that we should remain defensive and cautious. He also goes over the health of the U.S. consumer. He then discusses his stock Brookfield Asset Management (BAM) and Williams Companies (WMB). Tune in to find out more.
HOST: MARK LONGO, THE OPTIONS INSIDER MEDIA GROUP CO-HOST: MARK SEBASTIAN, THE OPTION PIT MIAX HOT SEAT: JOE TIGAY, EQUITY ARMOR INVESTMENTS VOLATILITY REVIEW MARKETS GREEN TO END THE WEEK WHAT WE ARE SEEING IN THE VOLATILITY MARKETS THIS WEEK DISCUSSION OF THESE VOLATILITY PRODUCTS: VIX, SPIKES, VXX, VVIX, UVXY, SVIX, UVIX WHAT LEVEL DOES VIX HAVE TO HIT TO SIGNAL CONCESSION IN THE BROAD MARKETS CRYSTAL BALL WHERE WILL VIX/SPIKES BE NEXT WEEK
Even with your own home, have you noticed that real estate prices have been a bit hectic? How do you build wealth with real estate? Not with your primary residence. In this episode of the Finance For Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks about real estate as an investment outside of your primary residence. You are building wealth with your home, but it is hard to realize that wealth. Topics Discussed: • Real Estate Market Prices: Massive increases in short periods of time • Crazy Market: What are the reasons? Nobody really knows underlying causes • Supply and Demand: Low supply and high demand drives up real estate prices • Why is demand high? People still want to buy or invest in real estate • Why is supply low? Cautious builders, lumber costs, lack of skilled labor, rules • Real Estate Investing - Alternative approaches to make money: ◦ Appreciation: Own property that increases in value ◦ Rent: Own property that is rented out to others to generate income ◦ Loan: Charge interest on money loaned for real estate deals • Ways to Own Real Estate: Short- or long-term rentals, flips, multi-units, raw land • Real Estate Responsibilities: Do you want to be an investor or more involved? • Why people write/talk about real estate: Hype, interest, and money to be made • Big Benefits: Diversify, passive income, tax shelters, and better returns • Downsides: Time, dealing with people, risks, returns, complexity, and alternatives • Purpose: Why do you want to invest in real estate and build a portfolio? Links: https://www.reit.com/ https://www.vrbo.com/ https://financeforphysicians.co/