First bitcoin futures ETF to make its debut Tuesday on the NYSE, ProShares says - source CEOs of six major fossil fuel companies and trade associations will testify at a blockbuster hearing this month about their role in spreading climate disinformation - source “The major mistake in the tobacco hearings was that they lied under oath,” Khanna said. “And if I had one piece of advice for these executives, it would be, 'Don't lie. Tell the truth.'” Big Tobacco parallels: At an infamous hearing on April 14, 1994, the CEOs of the seven biggest U.S. tobacco companies — dubbed the “seven dwarfs” — testified under oath that they believed nicotine was not addictive. - If you lie to liars, it balances out right? A record number of Americans are quitting their jobs. Here's how they make money after they quit - source Getting by in ‘The Great Resignation': How people who quit or retired are making ends meet. Many are counting on their savings and Social Security. SPOTIFY AND OTHER STREAMING SERVICES PROPOSE ‘LOWEST ROYALTY RATES IN HISTORY' FOR SONGWRITERS - source The filings, and their contents, haven't been made public yet, but Israelite tells us today (October 14) that “Amazon, Spotify, Apple, Pandora and Google have proposed the lowest royalty rates in history”. What If We Stopped Pretending? The climate apocalypse is coming. To prepare for it, we need to admit that we can't prevent it - source The climate apocalypse is coming. To prepare for it, we need to admit that we can't prevent it. By Jonathan Franzen - September 8, 2019 "Even at this late date, expressions of unrealistic hope continue to abound. Hardly a day seems to pass without my reading that it's time to “roll up our sleeves” and “save the planet”; that the problem of climate change can be “solved” if we summon the collective will. Although this message was probably still true in 1988, when the science became fully clear, we've emitted as much atmospheric carbon in the past thirty years as we did in the previous two centuries of industrialization. The facts have changed, but somehow the message stays the same........" Produced by The Wild 1 Media - www.thewild1media.com. Check out our other podcasts- https://darksidediaries.sounder.fm https://anchor.fm/ttmygh https://crypto101.sounder.fm/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Eno, Britt & DVR discuss a busy weekend in the LCS round including Atlanta's 2-0 lead over the Dodgers, a Red Sox-Astros series knotted up at one game apiece, and the mounting pitching injuries for Houston. Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow Britt on Twitter: @Britt_Ghiroli Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Watch the show *Live* on weekdays at 11:30a ET/8:30a PT on YouTube and subscribe to the Rates & Barrels YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RatesBarrels Subscribe to The Athletic at 50% off for the first year: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, our guest is Yatish Desai, a principal at KPMG Supply Chain and Operations.As the holiday season approaches, shippers and carriers both are preparing for a season of disruption building upon the current chaos within supply chains. Desai talks about how shippers can prepare for increased delays and how modeling and planning can smooth the rough parts of their supply chains.This week the Biden administration met with representatives from the Ports of LA and Long Beach to try to deal with the historic backlog at those ports. The result is that they will now move to 24/7 operations. Will that clear the congestion and will it have any effects on stalled supply chains elsewhere?Freight rates continue to rise with little end in sight. A new industry index has just been released to measure freight trends. What can it show us about expectations for freight rates in Q4 of this year?Articles and resources mentioned in this episode:KPMG Supply ChainWest Coast ports to expand operations to tackle bottlenecksLTL and truckload rates continue growth spurt in fourth quarter index saysVisit DCVelocity.com for the latest news. Visit Supply Chain QuarterlySend feedback about this podcast to email@example.com.Podcast sponsored by: Zebra TechnologiesOther linksAbout DC VELOCITYSubscribe to DC VELOCITYSign up for our FREE newslettersAdvertise with DC VELOCITYTop 10 Supply Chain Management Podcasts
In this episode, Judi Bartfeld shares how the COVID-19 pandemic, and the social safety net's response to it, has affected food insecurity in the United States. She also explains how the permanent increase in SNAP benefits that took effect October 1, 2021, fits into the larger picture of ensuring that people have consistent access to nourishing foods. Dr. Bartfeld is a professor in the School of Human Ecology at UW-Madison and is also a food security research and policy specialist in the Division of Extension at UW, and is an IRP faculty affiliate.
We decided to do a Town Hall in this one we call Talking Pools Unfiltered. We opened our podcast up to a larger than the normal group to discuss a huge issue affecting pool builders & service companies Coast-2-Coast. Everyone knows we need to raise prices due to the perpetual increases in product cost we are facing, but what the h**k do you raise them to when you don't know what your cost will be or if you will even be able to get it???Guest Host: Joe Trusty poolmagazine.comGuests: Lorenzo Villa Jr. of Pescador Pools, Kory Wax of Alpha West Marketing, Jeremy Hine of Florida Leisure Pool & Spa, & Lacy Simmonds of Jump right in. The water's fine. Join us, Poolside!Find us onWebsite: https://talkingpools.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkingpools/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TalkingPools Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkingPoolsYouTube: Talking Pools Podcast - YouTubeOnline Pool Education Classes: https://poolclass.teachable.com/Rudy's Books: Rudy Stankowitz - Author POOL MAGAZINE Pool Magazine is leading up to the minute news source for Swimming Pool News and Pool Features. OuSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=EBYRTRM3EGY3S)
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Eno and DVR discuss the Game 5 matchup between the Dodgers and Giants, Houston's dominance (and the White Sox short list of flaws despite their elimination), and Atlanta's chances to advance through the NLCS against the winner of Dodgers-Giants. Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: email@example.com Watch the show *Live* on weekdays at 11:30a ET/8:30a PT on YouTube and subscribe to the Rates & Barrels YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RatesBarrels Subscribe to The Athletic at 50% off for the first year: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The GVAA Rate Guide has become one of the most referred to and trusted sources of information for voice over rates, at the very least in the United States market, and maybe even North America. The man behind that rate guide is David Toback. In this episode of the podcast we dive deep into how the guide was created, where the rates come from, how to interpret different categories of the guide and so much more. GVAA Rate Guide - https://gvaarateguide.com Global Voice Acting Academy - https://globalvoiceacademy.com David on Instagram - @davidtoback Rob on Twitter - @davidtoback Marc on Twitter - @marcscott Marc on Instagram - @marcscott RESOURCES * One Piece of Advice Free eBook https://marcscottcoaching.com/onepieceofadviceebook/ * Get an instant $25 credit when you sign up for VoiceZam Visit https://voicezam.com/marcscott * Need a little marketing help? Download a FREE eBook - 5 Steps to Marketing Like a VOpreneur Download now at https://marcscottcoaching.com/5marketingstepsebook * For voice over services: Visit https://marcscottvoiceover.com * Want VOpreneur Swag? Visit https://teespring.com/stores/vopreneur * Join the VOpreneur Facebook Group Visit https://facebook.com/groups/vopreneur EVERYDAY VOPRENEURS IN THIS EPISODE * Thanks to "Uncle Roy" for production assistance! Visit http://antlandproductions.com * Thanks to Christy Harst for VO contributions! Visit https://christyharst.com * Thanks to Krysta Wallrauch for VO contributions! Visit http://krystawallrauch.com If you need guidance with your voice over business or learning how to more effectively market, I can help. Book a 15 minute free consultation with me to discuss your specific needs. Book Your Consult
Cases of Covid-19 in the Waikato are continuing to pop up. While vaccination rates across the region are improving - some areas are lagging behind. Just 40 percent of the eligible population in the Ōtorohanga District are fully vaccinated - the lowest in the Waikato. We sent reporter Kate Gregan - armed with a negative test and her essential worker exemption - across the boundary to find out what's going on.
On today's episode, we discuss a viral TikTok that addresses a unique observation about how quick people are to attack others on social media, then we'll talk about the increase in those experiencing insomnia, and the outrageous shipping rate increases here in the U.S., and how they will affect the holiday season. Some feedback about our spanking conversation from a couple of weeks ago inspires us to examine our blind spots, and we're thankful! A viral Tiktok is calling out the internet behavior of attacking others online for not specifying every possible caveat to every statement made. We share our own experiences with trolls doing this to us, and question if we've ever done this to others. As our culture evolves, is this a somewhat natural side-effect? Or can we do better? Some experts have noted increased rates of insomnia during the pandemic, and are terming the phenomenon "covidsomnia." Have we experienced a decrease in the amount or quality of our sleep? What do we want to try to improve it? Listeners over at the #Millennial Facebook group sound off on their own experiences with insomnia, and share some tips for combatting it. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's 10 year plan to cut costs and raise revenue isn't landing well with some, especially in light of increased shipping costs and delayed delivery times this holiday season. Will your area be impacted? Check here! This week's recommendations will help you be prepared, entertained, AND relaxed! Buy Forever Stamps (Andrew), Nickelodeon All Star Brawl (Laura), and the 'Sleep With Me' podcast (Pam). This week's episode is sponsored by Thirdlove (https://www.thirdlove.com/MILLENNIAL for 20% off your first purchase), Talkspace (https://www.talkspace.com and enter promo code MILL for $100 off your first month), and OUAI (https://www.theouai.com and use code MILL for 15% off your first purchase). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors! And in this week's installment of After Dark, available on Patreon: It's almost Halloween, and we're feeling nostalgic for our childhood memories of trick-or-treating. Join us and the Chicago Tribune for a walk down memory lane. How old were we when we stopped trick-or-treating? Is there an "appropriate" age to stop? Did our parents ever have fears about our candy being tampered with? How do we celebrate Halloween as adults?
Chad Jennings joins Britt and DVR discuss how the Red Sox match up with the Astros ahead of the ALCS, and whether the script they used to oust the Rays in a five-game series can be effective over a best-of-seven. Then, Britt and DVR examine Atlanta's series win over the Brewers, and the Dodgers' series-tying victory in Los Angeles on Tuesday night. Follow Britt on Twitter: @Britt_Ghiroli Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Follow Chad on Twitter: @chadjennings22 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Watch the show *Live* on weekdays at 11:30a ET/8:30a PT on YouTube and subscribe to the Rates & Barrels YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RatesBarrels Subscribe to The Athletic at 50% off for the first year: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Millionaire Mindcast, the dynamic duo is back. Matty A and Ryan Breedwell jump into this past week's updates on world news, market updates, and real estate. News on rates rising, labor market, and inflation gains momentum. This and more on today's episode. Tune in, Enjoy! Enter giveaway @ Go.MillionaireMindcast.com Text us at @ 844.447.1555 Episode Sponsored By: TheRichLifeStore.com Questions? Comments? Do you have a success story you would like to share on the show? Send us an email to Questions@MillionaireMindcast.com
Tune in for: The power of talking about your rates with other entrepreneurs Why your rate should account for more than the time How strong a community can help you raise your rates How educating yourself can give you more confidence to charge more Connect with Guest: https://www.freelancingfemales.com/ (https://www.freelancingfemales.com/) https://www.facebook.com/freelancingfemales (https://www.facebook.com/freelancingfemales) https://www.instagram.com/freelancingfemales/ (https://www.instagram.com/freelancingfemales/) Become an Intention-Getter: Buy the book https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088QS37GM (10 Questions That Answer Life's Biggest Questions) Check out the https://jessicathiefels.com/blog (Marketing With Intention Blog) Buy the course https://courses.jessicathiefels.com/courses/Mindset-Instagram-Course (Marketing From the Gut: )http://marketingfromthegut.com/ (The Instagram Course for Coaches) Follow Jessica and Mindset Reset Radio: https://www.instagram.com/jessicathiefels/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/JThiefels (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicathiefels/ (LinkedIn)
In today's episode, MUFG Head of U.S. Macro Strategy George Goncalves gives us a brief update on the various factors that have been driving up rates over the last 2 weeks and how the narrative on inflation, episodic or not, is now also leading to some twisting of the yield curves, too. Disclaimer: www.mufgresearch.com (PDF)
Clement Manyathela speaks to Chantelle Gladwin-Wood, Partner at Schindlers Attorneys and Chairperson, Johannesburg Attorneys Association about property rates, levies and taxes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(Oct 13, 2021) Rates of new COVID-19 cases have been high in the North Country for weeks, high enough that the CDC recommends everyone wear masks indoors. Yet county governments have a hodge-podge of masking rules in their own buildings. Also: Gov. Hochul is pushing back against a court ruling in favor of religious exemptions for vaccine mandates.
4PM - Judge overturns emergency order removing credit scoring from insurance rates // Southwest CEO Says ‘Zero' Flights Canceled Due to Vaccine ‘Protests,' Blames Biden For Jab Requirements // 2 hikers rescued from Three Fingers Mountain after 20-hour mission in whiteout conditions // Twitter Reacts To Claims That VP Harris Appeared With Child Actors In NASA Space Video See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
At Gov. Phil Scott's COVID briefing on Tuesday, Oct. 12, officials said case counts over the past seven days rose to some of the highest levels since the beginning of the pandemic, and infection rates are most severe among young children who aren't yet eligible for the vaccine.
Covid-19 vaccination rates in rural communities are more than 10 percent behind those in urban centres. Research from University of Otago's School of Medicine finds that low accessibility, longer distances to travel, underresourced GP services, and a younger population are dampening down vaccine uptake. In Murupara, a Bay of Plenty town with one of the lowest rates in the country, the nearest permanent vaccination centre is a 50 minute drive from the town. New Zealand Rural GP Network chief executive Dr Grant Davidson spoke to Corin Dann.
Eno, Britt and DVR discuss the Red Sox's series clinching-win over the Rays, what's next for Tampa Bay, and three teams -- the Dodgers, Brewers and White Sox -- all trying to avoid elimination in Game 4 matchups Tuesday. Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow Britt on Twitter: @Britt_Ghiroli Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: email@example.com Watch the show *Live* on weekdays at 11:30a ET/8:30a PT on YouTube and subscribe to the Rates & Barrels YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RatesBarrels Subscribe to The Athletic at 50% off for the first year: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Our guest for today's episode is Sarah Masci and we're going to be talking today about how freelancers can pivot to life-changing day rates. She's actually the founder of Day Rate Mastery and its online company that teaches creative service providers how to work less and make more with a streamlined day rate business model. Years of running a traditional design business filled with scope creep, inconsistent timelines and overlapping client projects, eventually resulted in the classic burnout, becoming the catalyst that sparked Sarah's desire to create a better process.Day Rate MasterySarah has a small mini-course called the Day Rate Quick Start. It's some kind of a little push and if they've tested the model and find it enjoyable they can scale to the full flagship course that has everything for people to learn how to do it. Everyone who is just learning about this business model and is considering, it really means to test it before diving and full course.So the first thing you want to do is figure out what it is. You're actually going to offer. The first day rate that Sarah did was a punch list of things that her return client had. She offered to get it all done in a day. Offer something that you can do in a day. It has to be something that people are asking for because it needs to be kind of high in demand in order to effectively be able to sell it consistently. This type of work should be something you truly enjoy because you want to wake up in the morning, excited for your day, because 50% of your success in the day is your enjoyment and your happiness in doing it well. You should also decide. In the design world, never promise deliverables because it is design. Don't promise a three-page website in a day because if a client changes their mind, say they didn't like the colors, you'll have to start again and there's no way that you're going to be done by the end of the day but because you promised a website, now, you're going to cram to try to finish it. We're only committing our day to them and get done as much as we can. So that's something everyone should really consider.Connect with Sarah at https://instagram.com/sarahmascior on Facebook at https://facebook.com/groups/simplifywithdayratesSupport the show (http://www.thesavvyscribepodcast.com)
As the weather chills and we head towards the end of the mid-cycle transition, the S&P 500 continues to avoid a correction. How long until equities markets cool off?----- Transcript ----- Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Mike Wilson, Chief Investment Officer and Chief U.S. Equity Strategist for Morgan Stanley. Along with my colleagues bringing you a variety of perspectives, I'll be talking about the latest trends in the financial marketplace. It's Monday, October 11th at 11:30 a.m. in New York. So, let's get after it. With the turning of the calendar from summer to fall, we are treated with the best weather of the year - cool nights, warm days and clear skies. In contrast, the S&P 500 has become much more volatile and choppy than the steady pattern it enjoyed for most of the year. This makes sense as it's just catching up to the rotations and rolling corrections that have been going on under the surface. While the average stock has already experienced a 10-20% correction this year, the S&P 500 has avoided it, at least so far. In our view, the S&P 500's more erratic behavior since the beginning of September coincided with the Fed's more aggressive pivot towards tapering of asset purchases. It also fits neatly with our mid-cycle transition narrative. In short, our Fire and Ice thesis is playing out. Rates are moving higher, both real and nominal, and that is weighing disproportionately on the Nasdaq and consequently the S&P 500, which is heavily weighted to these longer duration stocks. This is how the mid-cycle transition typically ends - multiples compressed for the quality stocks that lead during most of the transition. Once that de-rating is finished, we can move forward again in the bull market with improving breadth. With the Fire outcome clearly playing out over the last month due to a more hawkish Fed and higher rates, the downside risk from here will depend on how much earnings growth cools off. Decelerating growth is normal during the mid-cycle transition. However, this time the deceleration in growth may be greater than normal, especially for earnings. First, the amplitude of this cycle has been much larger than average. The recession was the fastest and steepest on record. Meanwhile, the V-shaped recovery that followed was also a record in terms of speed and acceleration. Finally, as we argued last year, operating leverage would surprise on the upside in this recovery due to the unprecedented government support that acted like a direct subsidy to corporations. Fast forward to today, and there is little doubt companies over earned in the first half of 2021. Furthermore, our analysis suggests those record earnings and margins have been extrapolated into forecasts, which is now a risk for stocks. The good news is that many stocks have already performed poorly over the past six months as the market recognized this risk. Valuations have come down in many cases, even though we see further valuation risk at the index level. The bad news is that earnings revisions and growth may actually decline for many companies. The primary culprits for these declines are threefold: payback in demand, rising costs, supply chain issues and taxes. At the end of the day, forward earnings estimates will only outright decline if management teams reduce guidance, and most will resist it until they are forced to do it. We suspect many will blame costs and even sales shortfalls on supply constraints rather than demand, thereby giving investors an excuse to look through it. As for taxes, we continue to think what ultimately passes will amount to an approximate 5% hit to 2022 S&P 500 EPS forecasts. However, the delay in the infrastructure bill to later this year has likely delayed these adjustments to earnings. The bottom line is that we are getting more confident earnings estimates will need to come down over the next several months, but we are uncertain about the timing. It could very well be right now as the third quarter earnings season brings enough margin pressure and supply chain disruption that companies decide to lower the bar. Conversely, it may take another few months to play out. Either way, we think the risk/reward still skews negatively over the next three months, even though the exact timing of cooler weather is unclear. Bottom line, one should stay more defensive in equity positioning until the winter arrives. Thanks for listening! If you enjoy the show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share Thoughts on the Market with a friend or colleague today.
Eno, Britt and DVR review a great group of weekend playoff games as the Astros and Red Sox try to close out their ALDS series to begin the week, while home-field advantage has shifted in each of the NLDS series with the Brewers-Braves and Dodgers-Giants knotted up at one game apiece. Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow Britt on Twitter: @Britt_Ghiroli Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Watch the show *Live* on weekdays at 11:30a ET/8:30a PT on YouTube and subscribe to the Rates & Barrels YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RatesBarrels Subscribe to The Athletic at 50% off for the first year: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Dietitian Boss Method creator and CEO Libby Rothschild discusses raising rates: A framework for increasing prices as a dietitian. Libby Rothschild, is a registered dietitian nutritionist and founder of Dietitian Boss(™). As a social media marketing expert Libby's work shows dietitians from around the world how to go from zero to creating a six figure virtual practice using social media strategies that work. As a former clinical dietitian, Libby understands the pains associated with working a 9-5 with limited pay and respect. Libby transformed from making 55k a month in her windowless clinical office to building a million dollar business within 15 months of going full time. When Libby isn't running her company she enjoys working out, traveling the world with her husband (Mr. Dietitian Boss), reading, volunteering and spending time at the spa. Guest Resources: Connect With Libby Instagram: @libbyrothschild Free Resources from Libby Are you ready to start your journey? Book a call to learn more about the Dietitian Boss Group Coaching program!
Alright mates. It's here! Fergie's dirty novel has hit the shelves and LK and Rossy are giving it a review. Find out all the hot takes on the story and if Fergie should give up her day job - 'Storytime with Fergie and Friends' (a YouTube channel where she reads kids books to camera while probably drinking valium lattes), or not. Have a listen - also, it's the last ep of the season!!!
Universities, polytechs and wananga have been given ten years to end the persistently lower pass rates for Māori and Pasifika students. It's the third time in the past decade the Tertiary Education Commission has set a deadline for parity. This time it wants tertiary institutions to make large-scale changes and is hinting at fines for failure. Education correspondent John Gerritsen reports.
-- A nice problem to have -- Rates up, but why do my tech stocks have to suffer? -- I'm going to have too many stocks. What should I do? -- Are ETF providers ignoring Chinese sovereign risk? -- A new crypto... StonkCoin? -- Are AGL and A2Milk worth buying? -- Why does the index ETF not track the index? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Up 1% one day, down an equal amount the next, the stock market's been serving up a bout of volatility traders haven't seen all year. There's plenty to worry about and, by many measures, pessimism among investors is growing. Lori Calvasina, RBC Capital Markets' head of U.S. equity strategy and a two-decade Wall Street veteran, talks about the mood of the market, value versus growth, why the debt-ceiling reaction was surprising to her and why small-cap stocks can do well going forward – regardless of their earnings trends. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 505, originally published in April 20, 2015. Jason starts by talking about the Millennial demographic and its benefits for real estate investors. In relation to this, he reads an article on the renter market and why fewer people are purchasing homes. He also takes the time to answer a couple of listener questions about home-owner risk mitigation and renting versus owning property on today's show. Key Takeaways: 2:00 – Millennials have seen their parents get burned by the real estate crash. 7:40 – Millennials are putting off marriage, living with their parents, and have massive student loan debt. 9:35 – It's hard to get good stats on individual home owners or single family homes. 11:35 – If Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were to go away, it would free up 25 million new renters. 14:30 – Jason answers a listener question about risk mitigation for properties. 19:20 – Jason answers another question about renting versus owning. 27:05 – Next episode Jason will have Dan Mitchell, Senior Fellow from the Cato Institute, on the show. Tweetables: “When interest rates are low and it's easy to qualify for loans, you have this market where everybody moves out and they buy.” “I think Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should go away. They cause distortions in the market.” “We get to own and control things while we're alive and it's come upon us to do the best job that we can with our financial resources.” Mentioned In This Episode: Affluent Apartment Renters Slow to Buy a Home For transcription click HERE: The WEALTH TRANSFER is happening FAST! Protect your financial future now! Did you know that 25% to 40% of all dollars ever created were dumped into the economy last year??? This will be devastating to some and an opportunity to others, be sure you're on the right side of this massive wealth transfer. Learn from our experiences, maximize your ROI and avoid regrets. Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Asset Protection, Tax Savings & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else http://JasonHartman.com/Fund Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Guided Visualization for Investors: http://jasonhartman.com/visualization
In this episode, Chad speaks on bonds, supply chain issues, and the overall effects that drive the bond market. Tune in now to find out more! Email your money question to email@example.com. Call 1-888-762-2423 for Wealth Management and Financial Planning services or visit www.ChadBurton.com
Eno, Britt & DVR discuss the Rays' Game 1 win over the Red Sox, the continued October greatness of Randy Arozarena, Houston's cruise control series opener against the White Sox, and expectations for the NLDS matchups between the Braves-Brewers and Dodgers-Giants. Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow Britt on Twitter: @Britt_Ghiroli Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Watch the show *Live* on weekdays at 11:30a ET/8:30a PT on YouTube and subscribe to the Rates & Barrels YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RatesBarrels Subscribe to The Athletic at 50% off for the first year: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Here's what is happening in the markets today, Friday, October 8th.- Futures slightly higher after big Jobs Report miss.- September jobs come in with 194,000 increase vs. 490,000 expected.- US 10 Year Yields at levels not seen since June.- Last night the Senate approved a compromise bill that will allow the debt ceiling to be raised temporarily.- Oil approaching $80 a barrel. Last time oil was above $80 was back on Nov 3 2014.- Tesla (TSLA) is moving its headquarters from California to Texas.- Oatly (OTLY) Oprah backed oat milk maker has been hammered since its IPO and JP Morgan gives the stock an upgrade.If you enjoyed the "Stock Market Today" episode, make sure to subscribe to this podcast. And for more stock market news, visit https://rockwelltrading.com.#todaysstockmarket #stockmarkettoday #stockmarket
The renewed acceleration in energy prices, combined with spillovers into higher food prices, is forcing markets to re-evaluate their EM inflation and rates expectations. With fundamentals pointing to a bullish Q4 ahead for global commodity prices, alongside historical lessons from previous hiking cycles, Ehsan Khoman, Head of Emerging Markets Research (EMEA), believes that EM central banks will stay hawkishly inclined in the face of non-core inflationary pressures, especially given the high commodity-intensity of EM consumer baskets. Disclaimer: www.mufgresearch.com (PDF)
Eating disorder rates have surged over the course of the pandemic. According to Yale Medicine, the National Eating Disorders Association has seen increases as high as 70-80% in calls to its helpline at different points over the past year.
Eno, Britt & DVR discuss the Dodgers' walk-off win over the Cards in the NL Wild Card Game, and the Game 1 matchups for the ALDS as the White Sox-Astros and Red Sox-Rays series begin Thursday night. Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow Britt on Twitter: @Britt_Ghiroli Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: email@example.com Watch the show *Live* on weekdays at 11:30a ET/8:30a PT on YouTube and subscribe to the Rates & Barrels YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RatesBarrels Subscribe to The Athletic at 50% off for the first year: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Has the global container market had you saying WT...RATES?! Founder and CEO of Global Gateway Logistics, Caitlyn Murphy, discusses trends she has seen within her business and how the current market differentiates between SMEs and large, enterprise global shippers. The global transportation veteran will also diagnose issues with current industry technology and operational areas that are being overlooked. She is joined by FreightWaves Staff Writer Grace Sharkey in this fireside chat.Follow FreightWaves on Apple PodcastsFollow FreightWaves on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts
In this video, Matt Bockenstette (aka Copy Legends), shares crucial Email Marketing Tips and Tricks to improve your email deliverability.In this video you'll learn 4 simple email marketing strategies to boost email response rates and your email deliverability as a whole.One critical note about your Email Sender Reputation:Every time we send an email, multiple factors are working for (and against) us - and all of these play a significant role in our overall Email Sender Reputation.- Open Rates & Click Rates- Starring & Whitelisting- Promotions & Primary TabThe core objective of our email sender reputation is to determine whether our emails are a form of unsolicited spam, or if they're welcome, personal messages sent between friends.And what's one thing we do with most personal emails we receive?We reply.Most Welcome Emails that try to inspire responses speak to the sender's ego, not the reader's, and it's a critical mistake (and a significant lost opportunity).Make sure you watch this video to learn the 4 email marketing strategies to boost email response rates and your email deliverability.Follow Matt on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/copylegends/Signup to Matt's email newsletter here: https://www.copylegends.com/Join 50 DTC marketers & founders as they share their best BFCM secrets FOR FREE: https://blackfridaysummit.com
Eno, Britt & DVR discuss the Red Sox's win over the Yankees in the AL Wild Card Game, a few possible changes in the Bronx this offseason, and Wednesday's NL Wild Card matchup between the Cardinals and Dodgers. Follow Eno on Twitter: @enosarris Follow Britt on Twitter: @Britt_Ghiroli Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Watch the show *Live* on weekdays at 11:30a ET/8:30a PT on YouTube and subscribe to the Rates & Barrels YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/RatesBarrels Subscribe to The Athletic at 50% off for the first year: theathletic.com/ratesandbarrels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Turmoil at Facebook, the Fed and among Judges. The latter two are dealing with conflicts of interest and, at least according to one article, the stock market ended the quarter in turmoil as well. Plus Dollar Tree increasing prices to, well, more than a dollar.