Fed Chairman Jerome Powell still says it's possible to cool the economy and keep employment stable – without a severe recession, in what would be a 'soft landing.' However, according to Nouriel Rubini, professor emeritus at New York University's Stern School of Business and CEO of Rubini Macro Associates, better known as 'Dr. Doom', a recession and an economic 'hard landing' are all but guaranteed.In today's episode Chris and Saied discuss Dr. Doom's prognosis and why historical evidence would seem to prove him right: No one is getting a soft landing.They discuss the recent news that a federal judge in Texas has ruled that President Joe Biden's plan to cancel hundreds of billions of dollars in student loan debt was unlawful and must be vacated, delivering a victory to conservative opponents of the program.Chris and Saied look at Sam Bankman-Fried, the cryptocurrency entrepreneur, founder and CEO of FTX and (former) billionaire, whose cryptocurrency empire went from $16 billion at the start of the week, to nearly non existent by the end.They also discuss comments by former Treasury Chief Larry Summers, who said that stubborn inflation could force the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates above 6%, the highest level in more than two decades.Join Chris and Saied for this fascinating conversation.Enjoy!What You'll Learn in this Show:Why the idea that the economy will somehow avoid a recession and achieve a kind of 'soft landing' is a fallacy.What happens now that President Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness program has been (temporarily at least) struck down.How one of the darlings of the cryptocurrency industry lost 94% of his wealth in less than a week.Why Larry Summers thinks that the economy might be more resilient to rate increases than expected, which could put pressure on the Fed to hike rates even further.And so much more...Resources:"Here's the inflation breakdown for October 2022 — in one chart" (article from CNBC)"Wells Fargo mortgage staff brace for layoffs as U.S. loan volumes collapse" (article from CNBC)"Opendoor slashes 18% of staff" (The Real Deal via Instagram)"Opendoor posts near $1 billion loss" (The Real Deal via Instagram)"Nouriel Roubini says it's ‘mission impossible' to avoid a hard landing, and we'll get the worst of the 1970s and 2000s combined" (article from Fortune)"Sam Bankman-Fried's $16 Billion Fortune Is Eviscerated in Days" (article from Fortune)Jeremy Siegel says the housing crash will force Fed chief Powell to 'flip sometime' on inflation and pivot" (article from Markets Insider)"The Fed may need to hike interest rates above 6% to crush stubborn inflation, ex-Treasury chief Larry Summers says" (article from Markets Insider)
Taking care of the family wardrobe... with a rather uncomfortable convo about Shaye's new period underwear, Angela's first experience with her new iron, and more.Your support matters! How can you support the show!?1. If you enjoy wine - drink Dry Farms https://www.dryfarmwines.com/homemakerchic2. Do you love interior decorating - Join Ang's Old World Design Society oldworld.parisiennefarmgirl.com3. Do you cook? - Cook better with Shaye cook.theelliotthomestead.com4. Do you bathe and sleep? Use American Blossom towels americanblossomlinens.com Coupon Code HOMEMAKERCHIC205. Do you wash your face? Wash it with Toups -N- Co. www.toupsandco.com Coupon Code: HOMEMAKERCHIC6. Do you need to preserve your harvest? Invest in a freeze-dryer. https://bit.ly/harvestrighthomemaker7. Do you simply LOVE the show? Become a Patron! www.Patreon.com/homemakerchicpodcast8. Do you want a stylish home? Dress it in a rug from our SEASON 13 SPONSOR - House of Tocumen! Beautiful rugs from Persia and Turkey... no "washable rugs" here made from plastics - these are washable and the REAL DEAL! Use the coupon code Homemaker25 for a generous 25% off any full-size rug. Thank you, HOUSE OF TOCUMEN, for sponsoring this season!
Kaleidoscope Visions monthly panel transit reading, “Finding the Real Deal”. We continue to experience the eclipse season since the Lunar eclipse the week prior on Nov 8. Mars is retrograde until Jan. 12. Jupiter is retrograde in Pisces until November 23. However, Jupiter will stay in Pisces for another month until Dec. 21. Energies regroup and imagine finding a path through to clear, to mandate, to imagine truths rather than deceit. “A lunar eclipse occurs when a Full Moon is within 10-12 degrees of the lunar nodes. The moon passes in-the shadow of the earth, between the sun and moon, blocking the sun's reflection upon the moon. This lunar eclipse occurs at the North Node in Taurus. Taurus represents our resources, talents allowing us to be self-reliant according to our purposes, and values to find meaning. Taurus also relates to our finances, art, music, and has a focus on survival,” said Sue Minahan, founder, and host of the weekly show.” The hour includes one natal transit mini reading with a pre-arranged participant who calls in to share feedback during the 2nd half of the panel program. We are scheduling for 2023. Complete the form on the front page of Talk Cosmos site. Follow us! Subscribe to our weekly email newsletter and to the Talk Cosmos YouTube Channel. Also heard on your favorite podcast and heard on 1150kknw.com online/radio. Joining Sue Rose Minahan of Kailua-Kona, Big Island Hawaii, Astrologer, Founder of Talk Cosmos monthly Kaleidoscope Visions, will be panel member: Amanda Pierce of Seattle, WA. AMANDA PIERCE: blends her eclectic style of astrology and energy magic around a soul-centered approach to life and healing. -With a B.A. in Psychology, Amanda has a drive to uncover the root causes to life's issues and empower her clients in the process. -Astrology and Energy Work Consultation | Meditation | Writing & Editing. -Empowerment-based Meditation Teacher: in-person 4-week series classes. email for future classes. -Past Washington State Astrological Association (WSAA) Board Member | United Astrology Conference (UAC) 2018 Volunteer Coordinator. firstname.lastname@example.org SUE ROSE MINAHAN: is the founder of Talk Cosmos, an eclectic evolutionary astrologer consultant and certified color energy life coach. -Vice President of the Washington State Astrological Association, -member of Kepler Astrology Toastmaster Club. -has a Dwarf Planet University Diploma, and AA with Music degree. -Ardent mythologist. Artist, writer. Student of life. com Talk Cosmos is your opportunity to ponder realms of what Carl Jung called the collective unconsciousness that's shared through time to the present…all through the lens of Sue's lifetime of peering into astrology. “Thankfully, I discovered Evolutionary astrology. Its perspective points directly to our unique personal spiritual soul growth…driven by our aligned intentions. Its promising purpose of soul growth ignited an entirely alive Zodiac. Captured, I felt compelled to study the deep significance of astrological application,” said Sue. Sue is your guide to focusing the Cosmos kaleidoscope. In the words of Einstein, “Energy's never destroyed, energy only changes.” Discover the energy that is Talk Cosmos, every Sunday from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. right here on Alternative Talk 1150! Contact https://talkcosmos.com for weekly schedule, blog, and information.
Ian Irving is joined by The Athletic's Andy Mitten & Carl Anka to look back on a mad game at Old Trafford that saw United see off Aston Villa in the league cup with Marcus Rashford & Alejandro Garnacho shining. Is this the best version of Rashford we've seen? Has Alejandro Garnacho arrived now as a United player? There is also a discussion about the form of Jadon Sancho - who didn't make the England World Cup squad - & Donny van de Beek who struggled again when given a chance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We discuss what it means to outgrow a friendship, our favorite apps for productivity, and ways we destress. Also get ready to kick a soccer ball and go on a date with your daughter cause we are celebrating girl dads and boy moms. Show notes: How do you handle outgrowing a friendship? #RandoSpeaks, What are a few things you do to destress? Friends puzzle reference https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/993e1a26-8895-4464-98e6-490860a7bbfd, Kool & The Gang- Celebration https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GwjfUFyY6M What are the two most productive apps on your phone? SuperSoul https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/oprahs-super-soul/id1264843400, Dadville, The Holderness Family https://theholdernessfamily.com/podcast/, Daigle Bites https://laurendaigle.com/podcast/, The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-happy-hour-with-jamie-ivey/id880741976, Annie F. Down- That Sounds Fun Network https://www.thatsoundsfunnetwork.com/, Imagine, Faith, Talk, Trials To Triumph https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/trials-to-triumphs/id1618812391 Kelsea Ballerini https://www.kelseaballerini.com/#! Motiversity https://www.motiversity.com/, Eric Thomas https://www.youtube.com/c/etthehiphoppreacher, The Secret to Success Podcast https://www.s2spodcast.com/, The Ramsey Show https://www.ramseysolutions.com/shows/the-ramsey-show, How to Talk to Kids About Anything https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-talk-to-kids-about-anything/id1231126178, The DisUnplugged https://disunplugged.com/, Creating Disney Magic with Lee Cockerell https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/creating-disney-magic/id954054965, EntreLeadership https://www.ramseysolutions.com/shows/the-entreleadership-podcast, Ears of Steel https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ears-of-steel-the-podcast-w-bart-scott-corie-bluhm/id675913590, The Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast https://andystanley.com/podcast/, The Real Deal with Jason Silverman https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-real-deal-with-jason-silverman-business-life-hacks/id736738650, WDW Today https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wdw-today/id80294837, Caro First Baptist Church Messages (Caro, MI) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/caro-first-baptist-messages/id1373810097 https://www.lowes.com/, What do you like most about being a girl dad (and a boy mom)?, Couch crumbs: two friends in the hospital, sick kid and being behind on photography edits, Prop your feet up: low key date night, awarding many advanced ranks in the martial arts over eight days --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thevictorycouch/message
–The Pipeline Podcast – Ep 231 University Cooperative Education – the Real Deal! – With Scott Jennings Listen to this latest episode of “The Pipeline Podcast” where Scott Jennings talks about the importance of University Cooperative Education as it is relates to a candidate's increase in value to an employer and their ability as a new hire to hit the ground running on day one! This graduation requirement demands students learn how to develop a professional attitude and the foundational skills necessary to start in an industry. In this episode, Scott explains how the main focus of cooperative education is teaching students about the real world they're about to endeavor upon as a new member of the working community! I hope you find this episode as informative and as exciting as we have. Please let us know your thoughts about the episode! Connect with Scott Jennings, host of The Pipeline Podcast: Website: http://sjcivil.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/scott-jennings-p-e-1435103 Email: email@example.com Subscribe to the Podcast: http://sjcivil.net/podcast/ https://anchor.fm/sjccsitesurvey --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sjccsitesurvey/support
After trying to solve the case herself, the Sherry's oldest daughter hires a notorious Mississippi private eye named Rex Armistead. His connection to an Angola inmate and Dixie Mafia killer soon breaks the case wide open. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I personally have never taken a vitamin or supplement where I really noticed an improvement in my physical condition or mental well-being. So I was pleasantly surprised to learn when I recently got a positive report back on my bloodwork which I am convinced was due to using a very high-quality Omega 3 supplement made right here in Venice.I'm very pleased to introduce Anne-Marie Chalmers, & Bo Martinsen, both MD's and Co-Founders of Omega3 Innovations a company focused on manufacturing very high-quality fish oil products.In this episode, you'll learn...One thing most people don't know about Anne-Marie and BoWhat it was like meeting each other as medical students in ParisWhy they started Omega3 InnovationsWhat's different about their products compared to the mass-produced pillsWho should consider taking fish oil... and much, much ... more!Thank you for stopping by today it is my hope you will listen ... learn ... and connect!FacebookInstagram
Jason Todd is the Creator and Host of one of the best podcasts around Coffee with Humans. 3 weeks ago we went live on his platform and in this episode, I return the favor. This episode is about 2 people having unfiltered, unedited and thoughtful conversations while also addressing some of the topics that plague our society. We talk about Student Loans, Cancel Culture, the current state of Politics and many other divisive topics seen in today's society. BTW, if anyone sees Jason anywhere, tell him I still want my 5 Grand! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/princeoffreshair/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/princeoffreshair/support
Disclaimer: (Audio version) Jason Todd, the Host and Creator of one of the best podcasts around Coffee with Humans sits down and comes onto the most Engaging Podcast available. This episode is about 2 people with two different life experiences but with common interests having unfiltered, unedited and thoughtful conversations while also addressing some of the topics that plague our society. We talk about Student Loans, Cancel Culture, the current state of Politics and many other divisive topics seen in today's society. BTW, if anyone sees Jason anywhere, tell him I still want my 5 Grand! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/princeoffreshair/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/princeoffreshair/support
Industry experts agree: Converting unused office towers to residential buildings is great in theory, but a moonshot to pull off. Despite the grab bag of obstacles that make these projects so difficult, the developer and office landlord Hines is getting in on the action. The Real Deal breaks down how Hines' Salt Lake City project pencils out and what it signals about the right building for the job. Guests: Steven Paynter, studio director at Gensler's Toronto office; Dusty Harris, senior managing director of Hines' Utah and Oregon investment activity.
The FC crew recap Arsenal's dominant display in their 1-0 win over Chelsea and discuss why Graham Potter's side have begun to sputter in recent weeks. Plus, Mohamed Salah delivers a special performance in Liverpool's 2-1 win over Tottenham and Manchester United fall back into their old ways in a poor 3-1 loss to Aston Villa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Alycia Zimnoch shares her journey through becoming a pageant coach, entrepreneur, and mother. She is originally from a small town in Pennsylvania where she was raised by a Christian family household that rooted her confidence. Such confidence that it made her brave enough to pursue her dreams. Alycia has a “close your eyes and jump” mentality that has helped her find her life passions. Pageants, radio, and entrepreneurship are some of the many avocations that Alycia has successfully pursued and excelled in.Hear about Alycia's life struggles and how she overcame them. Having hope, patience, and ultimate confidence in herself is the perfect example to young girls and even older, more mature women that anything can be accomplished if you simply leave fear out of the equation. She is truly an inspiring, intellectual, and fearless Woman.
Look, a girl's gotta do what a girls gotta do. Heart posture, planning, and serving. We'll be talking lots more Holiday survival and thrival soon, but for now, let's just have a good old, flesh-it-out.Your support matters! How can you support the show!?1. If you enjoy wine - drink Dry Farms https://www.dryfarmwines.com/homemakerchic2. Do you love interior decorating - Join Ang's Old World Design Society oldworld.parisiennefarmgirl.com3. Do you cook? - Cook better with Shaye cook.theelliotthomestead.com4. Do you bathe and sleep? Use American Blossom towels americanblossomlinens.com Coupon Code HOMEMAKERCHIC205. Do you wash your face? Wash it with Toups -N- Co. www.toupsandco.com Coupon Code: HOMEMAKERCHIC6. Do you need to preserve your harvest? Invest in a freeze-dryer. https://bit.ly/harvestrighthomemaker7. Do you simply LOVE the show? Become a Patron! www.Patreon.com/homemakerchicpodcast8. Do you want a stylish home? Dress it in a rug from our SEASON 13 SPONSOR - House of Tocumen! Beautiful rugs from Persia and Turkey... no "washable rugs" here made from plastics - these are washable and the REAL DEAL! Use the coupon code Homemaker25 for a generous 25% off any full-size rug. Thank you, HOUSE OF TOCUMEN, for sponsoring this season!
This week Jamie, Tank & Jimmy talk: - Liverpool for sale - Arsenal to win the league? - Fernandes the hypocrite - What 11 players would you pick to play an Alien 11 to save the world (don't ask) Thanks for listening and supporting the podcast. Sends us your feedback on social media and let us know what you thought of the show. Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7yW_LdMlqt1hla2NF5Vtug
Back with another incredible episode of The Real Deal, SPORTS IS LIFE, with special guest Christopher Negron from The Sideline Guys and MMA Archive. We will discuss all things and latest storylines in MMA, UFC, Boxing, NBA and NFL.
Rather than trying to do and earn everything on our own, we need to trust God that He has great plans for us and He will work to accomplish those plans if we submit. God has a purpose for our lives and it is ultimately filled with the greatest treasure made possible to us by Jesus Christ, but we have to give up our lives and step out in obedience. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/640/29
Ask yourself this: Are you willing to lay everything down at the feet of Jesus? God's got a purpose for our lives, and it ultimately leads to the greatest treasure imaginable, that was made possible for us by the gift of salvation through Christ. But to find that treasure, we have to be ready and willing to seek Him first -- to surrender our will to His and step out in obedience.
In this episode you are invited into a conversation between two trauma professionals who work and support those with complex trauma and who have also been on our own individual healing journey from Complex Trauma. I am joined with my friend and colleague somatic therapist and coach Ali Capuro. We chat about healing and change and some of the misperceptions around healing. We want to thank our sponsor of today's episode The Regulated Classroom is a new somatosensory and Polyvagal-informed approach to cultivating conditions for felt safety in the classroom. regulatedclassroom.com Ali Capurro can be found on IG @sneakypowerful Work with Monique inquires: @ https://www.thehealingtraumapodcast.com/
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 29th, 2022... a turnaround for the U.S. GDP, a new high point for mortgage rates, and faltering rent growth.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Economic News We begin with economic news from this past week, and an encouraging report on the U.S. GDP. The government reported a 2.6% growth rate in the third quarter. It was better than the Dow Jones forecast of 2.3%, but is also thought to be a rebound from two quarters of negative growth. According to CNBC, the upside came from a decline in the trade deficit, along with stable consumer spending, higher government spending, and a rise in nonresidential fixed investment. (1)A positive GDP isn't eliminating concerns about a recession, especially if the Fed continues to aggressively raise interest rates to fight inflation. The PCE, which is the Fed's preferred inflation gauge shows a .5% increase in September, to an annual rate of 5.1%. That's for the core rate, which eliminates food and gas. The core rate for the well-publicized CPI, shows an annual rate of 6.6%. (2)(3)Initial jobless claims rose slightly last week. The Labor Department says they were up 3,000 to 217,000. The number of people already collecting benefits was up 55,000 to 1.44 million. (4) Economists are expecting a gradual increase in jobless numbers as the Fed continues to hike the Federal Funds rate.The housing market is feeling the impact of the slowdown. The Case-Shiller index shows that home prices were down for a second straight month. The 20-city index dropped 1.3% in August, while the national index was down 1.1%. The biggest price drops are happening along the West Coast, but the index shows they've gone down for every one of the 20 cities in the index. Year-over-year gains are still in the double digits however, at 13.1%, with Miami, Tampa and Charlotte topping the list for annual gains. (5)Sales are also down for both new and existing homes. The Commerce Department reports that new home sales were down 10.9% in September to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 603,000 homes. The drop follows a surprise surge in home sales the month before. Year-over-year, home sales are down 17.6%. (6) For existing homes, the National Association of Realtors says they were down 10.2% in September. MarketWatch says that buyers have become hesitant because of high home prices and interest rates. Sellers are also less likely to list, because they want to hold on to their low-interest loans. (7)Mortgage RatesAlthough some lenders hit the 7% mark weeks ago, Freddie Mac says the average rate for a 30-year fixed-rate loan is now 7.08%. For the 15-year, it's 6.36%. (8)In other news making headlines...Big Drop in Mortgage DemanLenders are taking a big hit because of high rates. The Mortgage Bankers Association says that home loan demand is close to half of what it was a year ago, and has fallen to its lowest level since 1997. Demand was down 2% last week, and was 42% lower than the same week last year. (9)There was a slight increase in demand for FHA loans thanks to lower rates and lower down payment requirements. Many borrowers are also choosing a riskier adjustable-rate loans because payments are lower at first. There are about four times the number of those loans right now compared to the start of the year. The National Association of Homebuilders also reports a jump in the number of people paying all cash for new homes. That number has been increasing for the last three quarters, and hit a 20-year high of 9.5%, or 14,000 sales, for the current quarter. (10)Rent Growth at a Standstill in Some MarketsRent growth has stalled for a second straight month, and has even declined slightly in some areas. The Real Deal reports that any drops are minimal, but after the rip-roaring growth we saw during the pandemic, the pullback might feel severe for people. (11) Data from Zumper shows that apartment prices were flat, or fell slightly, in nine of the 10 most expensive U.S. cities. Zumper's CEO, Anthemos Georgiades, described the decline as a “correction to prices that had become overinflated.” He says renter migration is slowing down as renters try to cut costs by living with friends or family. He says that could push rents lower if landlords are competing with each other for renters. RentCafe says we'll see 420,000 new apartments coming on line this year. That's a 50-year high for multi-family construction. But the Zumper report also warns tenants that they should not expect any drastic price drops until supply and demand are more closely matched.Rental Demand SlowsData from RealPage also shows that high rents have pushed apartment demand to a 13-year low. It dipped over the summer in the big cities like New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, and Chicago when it usually goes higher. Vacancies are also higher according to CoStar. That data shows an apartment vacancy rate that rose from 5.1% in the second quarter to 5.5% in the third. (12)UBS analyst Michael Goldsmith says: “It's a signal that rent can't continue at the same level it has sustained over the last couple of years. We've reached a point where renters are maybe willing to pull out of the market.”The market for single-family rentals is a whole different niche, which is cooling down slightly in some areas. For example, one real estate broker told the Phoenix Business Journal: “It's cooling down a bit, but only from a level of insanity. Now it's just a hot market.” (13)That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!If you'd like to find out more about single-family rentals, please join RealWealth for free at newsforinvestors.com. As a member, you have access to our market data, our experienced investment counselors, and our curated list of real estate professionals that can help you create a portfolio of income-producing rental homes.Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/27/us-gdp-accelerated-at-2point6percent-pace-in-q3-better-than-expected-as-growth-turns-positive.html2 -https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/28/pce-inflation-september-2022-.html3 -https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/13/consumer-price-index-september-2022-.html4 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-jobless-claims-tick-up-in-latest-week-11666874248?mod=economic-report5 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-home-prices-fall-for-second-straight-month-in-august-case-shiller-11666703999?mod=economic-report6 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/u-s-new-home-sales-retreat-in-september-partially-reversing-surprising-gain-in-prior-month-11666794303?mod=economic-report7 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/decline-in-u-s-pending-home-sales-gathers-steam-in-september-11666965739?mod=economic-report8 -https://www.freddiemac.com/pmms9 - https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/26/mortgage-demand-from-homebuyers-is-nearly-half-what-it-was-in-2021.html10 -https://eyeonhousing.org/2022/10/all-cash-new-home-sales-outnumber-fha-backed-for-the-first-time-since-2007/11 -https://therealdeal.com/national/2022/10/25/rents-slide-or-stagnate-in-4-out-of-5-us-cities/12 -https://therealdeal.com/national/2022/10/25/soaring-rents-sink-apartment-demand-to-13-year-low/13 -https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/news/2022/10/18/corelogic-single-family-rental-market-cooling.htm
On this episode of the Hockey Cards Gongshow podcast, we start by honoring the NHL's greatest number 28, Steve Larmer, for episode 28 (2:50). Then in our Who's Hot segment, Troy starts by giving his apology to this weeks NHL 3rd Star, Marc-Andre Fleury and we also discuss the hot starts for Erik Karlsson, Gabe Vilardi and the out of this world performances from Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl (14:37). Making an appearance on the Struggle Bus are; Marco Rossi, Kyle Connor and (gulp) Auston Matthews (25:55). In hobby news, we cover the latest PSA grading price decreases as well as the October 2022 grading summaries for PSA, SGC, CSG and BGS (34:27). Coach Koe joins the show to talk about the upcoming Toronto Sport Card Expo and his thoughts on the hockey card hobby (44:00). Finally, we end the show answering your mailbag questions (1:39:20).Partners & SponsorsOur Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/HockeyCardsGongshowSign up for Card Ladder - https://app.cardladder.com/signup?via=HCGongshowFollow Hockey Cards Gongshow on social mediaInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/hockey_cards_gongshow/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@hockey_cards_gongshowFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/HockeyCardsGongshowTwitter - https://twitter.com/HCGongshowThe Hockey Cards Gongshow podcast is a production of Dollar Box Ventures LLC.
Today we're chatting about one of my favorite topics, perimenopause. This time of a woman's life can be so confusing and often times dreaded. I am here to change that, and so is my guest for today's episode. Jill Chmielewski is a registered nurse, certified health coach advocate for aging women, and a mom of four who is on a mission to change the way we approach menopause and aging. What we discuss: ✨What is going on with hormones during perimenopause? ✨How Jill helps women who have trouble sleeping during this time in their life ✨How to approach Hormone Replacement Therapy for Women ✨What hormone balance looks like for women with fibroids ✨And a lot more on how to navigate this time in your life! If you are struggling to understand your midlife body and hormones then this episode is for you! It is possible to feel healthy, strong, and vibrant during midlife and beyond, we just need a little guidance. Jill is a Registered Nurse, Certified Health Coach, advocate for aging women, and mom of four who is on a mission to change the way we approach menopause and aging. She helps midlife women break free from the mainstream way of thinking where disease and decline are accepted as an inevitable part of aging ~ and embrace the notion that it's absolutely possible to feel vibrant, happy, healthy, balanced, and strong through midlife and beyond. Jill believes that education is the key to helping women understand their bodies, manage their health, and advocate for themselves as they age. Jill created The Peri to Menopause Roadmap and The Beginner's Guide to Hormone Replacement Therapy to help women navigate the wild ride from perimenopause through menopause and beyond. In early 2022, she launched Pausing Together, an online community for women to connect, learn, and open up discussions on topics that affect "PAUSAL" women (available on Apple and Google). Jill has been called upon as a “pausal” guest expert on Women's Health Unplugged, The Period Party Podcast, The Forever Chic podcast, the Paloma Health Speaker Series, Corporate Wellness Partnership's “Uncomfortable Conversations” Series, and The Dr. Louise Newson Podcast. Credentials BSN- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (University of Wisconsin-Madison) MJ – Master of Jurisprudence in Health Law (Loyola University School of Law) Registered Nurse (RN) since 1993 School of Applied Functional Medicine, Level 1 & 2, Completed 2018 Functional Nutrition Alliance Health Coaching Program, Completed 2017 Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Certification, 2016 _____ Join the Holiday Mindfulness Challenge here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christine-garvin/support
Finally, some good news? Maybe. The Bureau of Economic Analysis reported on Thursday that the U.S. economy posted its first period of positive growth for 2022 in the third quarter, which may ease recession fears - at least temporarily. GDP from July through September increased at a 2.6% annualized pace for the period. That was above the Dow Jones forecast for 2.3%. In today's episode of The Higher Standard, Chris and Saied explain why this so-called good news is really anything but, and what that means for the economy and the Fed's attempts to fight inflation. They discuss why home prices are higher than they were a year ago, but gains are shrinking at the fastest pace on record, according to a report from S&P Case-Shiller. Chris and Saied look at a report from Barron's stating that the yield on the 3-month Treasury has surpassed that of the 10-Year Treasury. An inversion like that is considered very rare, but it suggests that a recession is on the way or possibly even here already. They also discuss comments from President Biden concerning actions being taken to eliminate junk fees - hidden fees found in many services from internet access to hotels. He claims that it will save Americans billions. Join Chris and Saied for this fascinating conversation. Enjoy! What You'll Learn in this Show: Why people are getting confused by the GDP numbers and how they indicate the state of the economy. Why mortgage rates have topped 7% for the first time since 2002, and why we'll likely see 8% before the year is out. What an 'inverted yield curve' is, and why some believe it's an indicator of an incoming recession. Why President Biden's initiative to eliminate 'junk fees' sounds good, but is also a little too ambiguous to take seriously. And so much more... Resources: https://www.cnbc.com/amp/2022/10/27/us-gdp-accelerated-at-2point6percent-pace-in-q3-better-than-expected-as-growth-turns-positive.html ("U.S. GDP accelerated at 2.6% pace in Q3, better than expected as growth turns positive") (article from CNBC) https://apple.news/AQJtdikt0SYe4C9XCyK0o7g ("Mortgage rates top 7% for the first time since 2002, chilling L.A. housing market") (article from the Los Angeles Times) https://apple.news/Azv9ulfRjSaSc_3PaXisvuA ("The Recession Signal That Really Counts Just Flashed Bright Red") (article from Barron's) https://www.instagram.com/p/CkOPdQQOV7d/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= ("Zillow cuts 300 jobs, citing pivot to tech") (The Real Deal via Instagram) https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/25/home-prices-cooled-at-a-record-pace-in-august-sp-case-shiller-says.html ("Home prices cooled at a record pace in August, S&P Case-Shiller says") (article from CNBC) https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/26/powell-again-is-facing-political-pressure-as-worries-mount-over-the-economy.html? ("Powell again is facing political pressure as worries mount over the economy") (article from CNBC)
Remember who you are. Remember that you survived 100% of your worst days because you're still here…”This week, my guest, CANDY VALENTINO, and I will talk about a subject near and dear to everyone's heart.That subject is MONEY.How to MAKE IT. How to KEEP IT.The kind of MINDSET you'll need.And whether the accumulation of wealth is WORTH IT or not.I want you to hear Candy's story because she started out like most people…with little more than GRIT, DETERMINATION, and unwavering CONFIDENCE.Candy is the REAL DEAL. She's been successfully building businesses since she was 19. And doing so with NO DEGREE, NO CORPORATE BACKGROUND, NO MONEY, and NO INTERNET ACCESS! Since then, she's built and sold businesses in service, retail, e-commerce, and product manufacturing, creating a vast real estate portfolio as a flipper and investor.Pay close attention because in the hour we spend together, you will get a TACTICAL MASTER CLASS in creating wealth and using it for GOOD CAUSES from a woman who has become an important author, investor, philanthropist, and more.Much of what we talk about is how to position yourself mentally for financial success. You're going to hear why Candy advocates for thinking of yourself as a business owner instead of being self-employed.That leads us to the psychology behind LIVING BELOW YOUR MEANS, why RELATIONSHIPS are critical and need to be nurtured as much as possible, GOOD DEBT vs. BAD DEBT, INVESTING LEVERAGE, and why SIDE HUSTLES should be an essential part of your success formula.Many of you also wonder if PLAYING THE LONG GAME and all the SACRIFICE is worth it. It's no secret I think that's the case. You'll want to hear Candy, and I discuss what that sacrifice means, the problems money solves, and more importantly, the problems money does not solve.You rarely get an insider's education like this, and the best part is the only cost to you is to PAY ATTENTIONIt's an INVESTMENT you won't regret.
In New York, where the real estate industry represents a powerful interest group, how are the candidates for governor thinking about affordable housing, and addressing homelessness? On Today's Show:Kathryn Brenzel, senior reporter at The Real Deal, joins to discuss where Kathy Hochul and Lee Zeldin stand on the issue of affordable housing as Election Day looms.
In this episode, Brent Williams, the owner of EMF Pro shares his education path, reasons why technology is harming our bodies and the reasoning behind the start of his company. Brent graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, where he worked as an RN for a decade. He then, studied nutrition, herbal medicine, and acupuncture which led him to study the harms of EMF (Electromagnetic Fields) exposure. Brent is passionate about creating a solution for people who have constantly been battling sickness due to EMF exposure. As a result, he began teaching classes and speaking at different events to educate other practitioners on the harm EMF radiation has on the body. Hear about Brent's journey through medicine and how his passion for holistic medicine has led him to help countless people get protected from the radioactive dangers of modern technology
James 2:14-26. We live in a world where you can photoshop pictures, get spray on tans, get tattoos that make it look like you have a 6-pack, etc. How can we know what is real and what is a facade? James is looking for real, authentic faith. Real faith, according to James, requires action. Don't we have a saying, "actions speak louder than words"? How do we hear what James is saying to us? How does this line up with Paul's teaching on grace?
While the Federal Reserve is trying to slow down the economy and basically kill a few million jobs, some areas are just not cooperating. Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio have been gold mines for investors in recent years, and now that gold mine is moving north into the suburbs of North Texas. It's not only attracting remote workers who want a lower cost of living, but the area is turning into the next big American technology hub that will create thousands of new jobs. That's why I started a single family rental fund that is buying properties near those jobs. If you want to find out more about our Texas Single Family Rental Fund, got to GrowDevelopments.com.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review. As real estate investors, you know that population growth and job growth are essential for a good real estate market. Texas has both of those.Texas Population GrowthCensus Bureau data shows the Dallas-Fort Worth as the top population growth region in the U.S. Three other Texas metros were also on the top ten list. From July of 2020 to July of 2021, 97,000 new residents moved into Dallas-Fort Worth. Another 69,000 moved into Houston, 53,000 into Austin, and 35,000 into San Antonio. (1)Texas Job GrowthThe Lone Star state also grabbed the top spot for U.S. job growth. According to the Texas Economic Development Corp., Texas created a total of 736,700 new positions since July of last year. More than 400,000 of them were created since January of this year. TWC Chairman Bryan Daniel says it's a record amount of new jobs for Texas within that short time frame. (2)Growth in North TexasBut while some of the big metro growth is softening, there's another Texas hot spot that is just taking off. It's happening north of Dallas, along a 30-mile stretch of Highway 75 between the cities of McKinney and Sherman, and surrounding areas. The highway runs north from Dallas and is known as the new Silicon Alley or even Silicon Prairie by some people because it's attracting big players in the chip-making industry.The New Silicon AlleySherman appears to be ground zero for much of this big tech growth. Just a few months ago, in May, Texas Instruments broke ground on a $30-billion semiconductor manufacturing campus in the city of Sherman. The TI project will be a huge 4.7-million square-foot campus consisting of four chip-manufacturing factories and an estimated 3,000 new good-paying jobs. According to an article in Axios, TI hopes to be producing tens of thousands of 300mm wafer chips a day by 2025.Governor Greg Abbott also announced several months ago that GlobiTech will expand its chip-making operations in Sherman with an additional state-of-the-art $5 billion dollar chip-making plant. The factory is expected to employ another 1,500 people and produce 2.4 million wafers a month when it's up and running. GlobiTech is the subsidiary of Taiwan-based GlobalWafers. A chip supplier for Apple's iPhone is also operating a factory in Sherman. It opened in 2018 as Finisar but has since changed its name to Coherent. The Mayor of Sherman says: “Sherman has spent years building a business-friendly climate and laying the groundwork to support large employers. Now for the second time in less than a year, that investment has paid huge dividends.” (3)President of the Sherman Economic Development Corp. Kent Sharp says the two new chip-making projects are “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunities for the region. He says: “You work your entire career in economic development with the hopes of being part of a deal that has a “B” in front of it – and we've landed two in the past year.” I think he's referring to the multi-billion dollar price tags.New Boomtown Darlings But Sherman isn't the only boomtown darling along the Highway 75 corridor. Some of the other cities getting the attention of new residents, developers, and investors include Denison, Gainesville, Plano, McKinney, and a sleepy town called Anna.The Real Deal writes about Anna, saying that developers weren't interested in Anna prior to the pandemic because it was considered too far north of Dallas. But things started changing when Covid hit the nation. Thanks to remote work, people began migrating into the Texas suburbs from the bigger metros and other parts of the country. For reference, Anna is about 45 miles north of Dallas.Anna's Mayor Nate Pike works in Sherman as a financial advisor, and is seeing first-hand how the area is changing. She says: “The amount of momentum that (local leaders are) going to put into the U.S. 75 corridor, all the way to the Oklahoma border, Anna is certainly going to feel a lot of positive impact from that.” (4)The Real Deal says the city is expecting its population to more than double by 2030. That's prompting the city to invest in things like road improvements and to simplify the permitting process for developers. New rules have reportedly shortened the permitting process from a few weeks to just a few days.The Mayor says: “We have truly created a culture of wanting to be the most developer-friendly city in all of North Texas.” And homebuilders are responding with new development projects in various cities along the Highway 75 corridor. According to DMagazine, construction permits have more than doubled in Sherman since June of last year. They are up 15% in Anna and 2% in the city of Melissa, for example.Anna's Economic Development Director Joey Grisham says: “My phone has been ringing off the hook with interest. It's definitely an exciting time for the Dallas-Fort Worth region as a whole.”RealWealth has been helping members acquire rental properties in North Texas for over a decade now, and the growth has not slowed down. If you want to build your portfolio with the team we've been working with, just go to RealWealth.com and click on the invest tab. You'll see the drop down for Dallas, Texas, where you'll get more information on the area and contract details for the acquisitions team and property manager. If you are looking for a more passive investment, and are accredited, which means you either earn $200k as an individual or $300k as a couple, or have a million dollar net worth, check out our Single Family Rental Fund at GrowDevelopments.com. You'll find links to articles with more info in the show notes at newsforinvestors.com. Please remember to subscribe to our podcast and leave a review!Thanks for listening! I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.axios.com/local/dallas/2022/06/06/north-texas-population-growth2 -https://businessintexas.com/news/with-72800-new-jobs-in-july-texas-hits-monthly-employment-high-for-2022/3 -https://gov.texas.gov/news/post/governor-abbott-announces-globitech-semiconductor-facility-expansion-in-sherman4 -https://therealdeal.com/texas/2022/10/19/is-this-sleepy-village-the-next-north-texas-boomtown/5 -https://www.dmagazine.com/publications/d-ceo/2022/september/north-texas-is-the-countrys-new-semiconductor-manufacturing-capital/
Pete Carroll was very proud of Geno Smith's performance and said his expectations for the QB are as high as anybody's in the league. Is the new expectation the playoffs? The Pete Carroll Show covers the coach's sideline gaffe of getting flagged for running into an official, the confidence of a defense that is much improved and how he sees Geno Smith's growth over the years. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pete Carroll was very proud of Geno Smith's performance and said his expectations for the QB are as high as anybody's in the league. Is the new expectation the playoffs? The Pete Carroll Show covers the coach's sideline gaffe of getting flagged for running into an official, the confidence of a defense that is much improved and how he sees Geno Smith's growth over the years. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Seahawks have won 3 in a row, all by double digits. Are they for real? Michael-Shawn and Christopher believe so. They break down why and answer Twitter questions about the defense, Geno Smith's future, Seattle's ceiling and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It is officially midterm (and spooky) szn! These races are heated, and we've got a lot to cover. In this episode, Lexi touches on some races she thinks are important, and some of her favs in the Kentucky elections. Just a side note: don't forget to vote on November 8th!
Welcome to the JWB Dynasty Digest, where we give you a consumable dynasty perspective. In today's episode our FantasyPros Dynasty ECR contributors discuss some polarizing names following week 7 in Josh Jacobs, Wan'Dale Robinson & Parris Campbell! Find all of our rankings, projections, articles and more at JWBFantasyFootball.com! Intro - 0:00 Would You Rather / Justin Fields - 2:17 Josh Jacobs - 5:54 Wan'Dale Robinson -13:39 Parris Campbell - 18:50 Outro - 23:41 Find us on Twitter! - twitter.com/JWB_FF Find Wyatt on Twitter! - twitter.com/WyattB_FF Find Schuyler on Twitter! - twitter.com/TheFFBuffalo Find Dave on Twitter! - twitter.com/DaveKluge DISCORD: https://discord.gg/uAby2DqDvZ Recorded 10/25/2022 ~8:00PM EST - sorry if player movement like trades/free agency has happened since! No player values here have changed much as of upload date. ------------------------------------- Brian Daboll, Daniel Jones, Kadarius Toney, Saquon Barkley, Rondale Moore, Deebo Samuel, Tyreek Hill, New York Giants, Parris Campbell, Josh Jacobs, Justin Fields, Matt Eberflus, Matt Nagy, Andy Dalton, Tyler Boyd, Breece Hall, Tyler Lockett
It's a matchup of two surprise teams on Sunday, so which one is the real contender going into the game: the Seahawks or the 6-1 Giants? Bump and Stacy start their preview of the matchup. Andy Eide of Seattle Sports stops by to recap the Kraken's big Tuesday win. Later, they give Ken Walker his flowers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The SEATTLE KRAKEN GET THEIR FIRST HOME WIN OF THE SEASON! As promised on yesterday's show, we were gonna get a win against Buffalo. The boys took care of business:
Learn more about Coach Paul here: https://paulwright.fitnessYour support matters! How can you support the show!?1. If you enjoy wine - drink Dry Farms https://www.dryfarmwines.com/homemakerchic2. Do you love interior decorating - Join Ang's Old World Design Society oldworld.parisiennefarmgirl.com3. Do you cook? - Cook better with Shaye cook.theelliotthomestead.com4. Do you bathe and sleep? Use American Blossom towels americanblossomlinens.com Coupon Code HOMEMAKERCHIC205. Do you wash your face? Wash it with Toups -N- Co. www.toupsandco.com Coupon Code: HOMEMAKERCHIC6. Do you need to preserve your harvest? Invest in a freeze-dryer. https://bit.ly/harvestrighthomemaker7. Do you simply LOVE the show? Become a Patron! www.Patreon.com/homemakerchicpodcast8. Do you want a stylish home? Dress it in a rug from our SEASON 13 SPONSOR - House of Tocumen! Beautiful rugs from Persia and Turkey... no "washable rugs" here made from plastics - these are washable and the REAL DEAL! Use the coupon code Homemaker25 for a generous 25% off any full-size rug. Thank you, HOUSE OF TOCUMEN, for sponsoring this season!
Brian Kerr joined Stephen Doyle for live commentary of today's Premier League clash between Southampton and Arsenal. Following a 1-1 draw that keeps Mikel Arteta's side top of the table, the lads discussed where Arsenal ultimately fell short, and assessed Gavin Bazunu's performance in the Southampton goal. Football is in association with Sky
Mike Wedderburn and the assistant editor of the Mirror Darren Lewis are joined by The Athletic's Laurie Whitwell. The panel discuss all things Cristiano Ronaldo, whether Aston Villa were right to sack Steven Gerrard and whether Graham Potter will be the real deal at Chelsea. There is also an extended interview with Antonio Conte.
Neighbor, friend and entrepreneur Ozeal Debastos joins the podcast this week. Don't miss Ozeal's tips for podcasters and hear stories of this entrepreneurs journey to success. #neighborsdontknock #candgcommunications #ozealdebastos #podhouston #breakdancer … SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and our YouTube channel. Also, be sure to drop us a line and show your love with Podinbox! Links below. Interact with us and support NDK here! Neighbors Don't Knock's Official YouTube Channel Neighbors Don't Knock's Official Website Ozeal Debastos Links: Ozeal Media: http://www.ozealmedia.com Pod Houston: http://www.podhouston.com Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/podhouston Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thinkozeal1 IG: http://www.instagram.com/thinkozeal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ozeal/
Having a service-based business is not for the faint of heart! There is so much that goes into it especially when the passionate work you do involves powerfully wanting to help your dream clients to get the outcomes that they desire. In “The Real Deal On Client Results” Stacey swings the door wide open on a complicated and complex topic that she knows can be a real source of angst for all of you heart-centered servers in the P&P community when your soul-driven calling involves assisting another person to experience transformation in some area of their life. With her signature transparency and insight, Stacey focuses her lens on this tricky terrain that can make us lose confidence and feel derailed in our Biz (and brain!). In this episode Stacey gets us back on track by guiding us through the ENTIRE process of working with a client from the very first step of attraction through each stage of collaboration with them. Stacey shows us where the responsibilities of achieving results lie, points out what IS (and isn't) in your control and shows us HOW to keep it all in balance in order to create a true partnership with your client. Tune in and discover EXACTLY what you are responsible for when you enter a soul-aligned paid relationship with someone, where YOUR duty ends, AND what THEIR part is when it comes to getting outcomes in your P&P business. Get Full Show Notes, Event Sign Ups and More Information Here: http://www.staceybrassrussell.com/pppodcast (http://www.staceybrassrussell.com/pppodcast)
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) was released on Thursday, and while the increases are not large, they do fall in line with predictions. In June, the CPI was 9.1%, in July it dropped slightly to 8.5%, and in August 8.3%. Then in September, it was 8.2%. This doesn't seem bad, until you realize that in the last 12 months, gasoline has risen by 18.2%, household energy by 20.8% and airfare by an eye-watering 42.9% In today's episode of The Higher Standard, Chris and Saied do a deep dive into these CPI numbers and what they mean for the ongoing fight against inflation. They discuss the thinking from various pundits and talking heads, who mistakenly believe they recognize the mistakes being made by the Fed as well as what it should and should not do. Chris and Saied look at recent comments by Ray Dalio, the founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Bridgewater Associates, in which he has warned of a "perfect storm" that will spread economic pain as the U.S. Federal Reserve raises interest rates. He also said that government stimulus programs during the pandemic have created a bubble. They discuss a recent article from Forbes reporting that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) downgraded its forecast for the global economy next year and warned inflation will be worse than previously expected due largely to the ongoing disruptions spurred by the war on Ukraine. Chris and Saied also explore another article claiming that, as home sales fall to the lowest level in years, a rash of industries tied to the housing market are starting to show signs of deterioration, with home builders, appliance makers and some retailers among those likely to take the biggest hit. Join Chris and Saied for this fascinating conversation. Enjoy! What You'll Learn in this Show: The most recent PPI and CPI numbers and what that means for consumers in light of rising inflation. Why, for the Fed, the cost of doing too little to curb inflation outweighs the cost of doing too much. Why the IMF has downgraded its forecast for the global economy next year and what effects that will bring. What's driving the current housing market correction in several major markets. And so much more... Resources: https://www.instagram.com/p/CjqPEgpue6t/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= ("Where Inflation Is... and Isn't") (Yahoo! Finance via Instagram) https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/new-york/articles/2022-10-12/pepsico-raises-forecasts-after-q3-boosted-by-higher-prices?context=amp ("PepsiCo Raises Forecasts After Q3 Boosted by Higher Prices") (article from US News) https://apple.news/A7lY2yRThT1CSKdE5SrL1aA ("Bridgewater's Dalio warns of a 'perfect storm' for economy") (article from Reuters) https://apple.news/AQDH58Q5ASYqinBvR6DEo_g ("‘Ridiculously stupid' economic policies have the U.S. hurtling toward a ‘perfect storm' of economic pain, Ray Dalio says") (article from Fortune) https://apple.news/A3PceDNV9QOmG_7aJfog26w ("Housing Market ‘Contagion': Collapse Threatens Spillover Effects In These Major Industries") (article from Forbes) https://apple.news/Au9ym_piiTs-TVDKXAPkAPA ("Home prices are falling fastest in these 10 U.S. cities") (article from CBS News) https://apple.news/A_L_8Zc5pOTy5a5lZ6xE5qg ("MBA: Mortgage Credit Availability was Never Excessive During the Recent Housing Boom") (article from CalculatedRISK) https://www.forbes.com/sites/jonathanponciano/2022/10/11/worst-is-yet-to-come-imf-cuts-economic-outlook-and-warns-global-inflation-still-hasnt-peaked/amp/ ("‘Worst Is Yet To Come': IMF Cuts Economic Outlook And Warns Global Inflation Still Hasn't Peaked") (article from Forbes) https://apple.news/A63js73VBQ2-UOIjpore2BA ("S.Korea delivers another big hike but offers dovish hints") (article from Reuters) https://www.instagram.com/p/Cjn7jrROHOV/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= ("Highest Availability Ever Reported for LA Office Space") (The Real Deal via Instagram) https://apple.news/A6PNfWvOfQYeYJoJLA_mnEw ("Strikes,...
With the advent of the Human Microbiome Project and advancing technologies in whole-genome sequencing, the critical role of the gastrointestinal microbiome becomes clearer and clearer. We know the microbiome helps extract nutrients from the diet, creates important systemic metabolites, communicates with our skin and brain, and so much more. That being said, one such bacteria continues to stand out in the crowd– Akkermansia muciniphila. This bacterium, or lack thereof, may be a key player in obesity, metabolic disorders, inflammatory bowel disease, and ‘leaky gut'. In today's episode, we explain the vital role of Akkermansia muciniphila. We discuss dietary strategies to boost levels and the new Akkermansia probiotic supplement! Today on The Lab Report: 2:30 The mucus layer of the GI tract 6:00 Mucin vs. mucus and altering the mucus layer 7:35 Akkermansia muciniphila 11:55 Logical Speculation – High levels good or bad? 14:10 Clinical implications of low levels of Akkermansia 16:40 Strategies to boost Akkermansia 18:05 Finally! A new Akkermansia probiotic! 19:05 Berberine is kinda awesome 20:00 Question of the Day How does Genova evaluate Akkermansia and mucin? Additional Resources: GI Effects + Microbiomix Pendulum Life (Use Promo Code GENOVA for 20% off your first month of a Pendulum membership!) Subscribe, Rate, & Review The Lab Report Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode of The Lab Report, presented by Genova Diagnostics, with your hosts Michael Chapman and Patti Devers. If you enjoyed this episode, please hit the subscribe button and give us a rating or leave a review. Don't forget to visit our website, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Email Patti and Michael with your most interesting and pressing questions on functional medicine: firstname.lastname@example.org. And, be sure to share your favorite Lab Report episodes with your friends and colleagues on social media to help others learn more about Genova and all things related to functional medicine and specialty lab testing. To find a qualified healthcare provider to connect you with Genova testing, or to access select products directly, visit Genova Connect. Disclaimer: The content and information shared in The Lab Report is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in The Lab Report represent the opinions and views of Michael Chapman and Patti Devers and their guests. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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San Francisco voters will be faced with a ballot measure next month on whether to impose a “vacancy tax” on multi-family units that sit empty for too long. Proposition M is targeting real estate investors who park their money in properties that remain unoccupied.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review. Proponents of Prop M claim that the city's housing shortage is at least partially due to investor-owned properties that sit vacant for long periods of time. And that by imposing a progressive tax on the vacant units, investors will be motivated to rent them out or sell them to someone who wants to live in them.Proposition M ExemptionsOwners of vacant single-family homes and duplexes would be exempt. Although some proponents feel the rule should be applied across the board, it would only apply to units that have sat empty for 182 days or more in buildings with three or more units. There would be other exemptions for non-profit organizations, government agencies, vacancies due to natural disasters, an owner's death, or for one year after the construction of a new building. (1)The measure is based on a review by the city's Budget and Legislative Analyst's Office several months ago. It states that the city had more than 40,000 vacant housing units in 2019. That's just under 10% of the 406,000 units that exist in the city. An article in the San Francisco Public Press says that Census Data indicates that 15% of San Francisco's apartments, condos and homes are currently unoccupied. (2)The issue has become a hot-button topic among housing advocates. According to Executive Director of the Housing Rights Committee, Fred Sherburn-Zimmers: “A home is a home, and we are going to tax the shit out of it until you rent it out to San Franciscans.”San Francisco's Vacancy RateIt's not clear how many units this proposition will impact because the tax will only be imposed if the unit sits vacant for at least six months. And, an economic impact report by San Francisco's Chief Economist, Ted Egan, shows that the city's residential vacancy rate is not any higher than other Bay Area city for units that are vacant that long. That would indicate that San Francisco does not have a unique problem within the Bay Area cities. It also means that the bulk of the units would likely not trigger a “vacancy tax.” So it seems that long-term vacancies are not unusually high in San Francisco, and the measure would not have an impact on changing the number of shorter-term vacancies. What it would impact are units that are kept off the market for more than six months allegedly by investors who plan to flip them once they increase in value. Tax Based on Unit Size & Length of VacancyTaxes would range from $2,500 to $5,000 a year, if it passes. The amount of the tax would correspond to the size of the unit and could go as high as $20,000 if the unit continues to sit empty. According to Bisnow, a similar tax was adopted in Vancouver, Canada which returned 18,000 units to the housing inventory in 2019, and generated $21 million. The Real Deal reports that Oakland, California, also approved a vacancy tax in 2018 which raised around $7 million in 2020. And San Francisco already has a similar tax for some commercial buildings.The SF Budget and Analyst's study suggests that a vacancy tax would restore about 4,500 residential units to the inventory and raise about $38 million. The money would go toward affordable housing and rent subsidies, but supporters say the primary goal is to get investors to return the units to the market.Opposed to the measure is the San Francisco Apartment Association which says the city should be building more homes instead of pressuring investors. The Housing Action Coalition is also in favor of prioritizing the construction of new homes. If voters approve the measure, it would go into effect in 2024.Please visit our website for more real estate news and housing market data at newsforinvestors.com. And please remember to subscribe to our podcast and leave a review!Thank you! And thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.bisnow.com/san-francisco/news/multifamily/residential-vacancy-tax-prop-m-1157982 -https://www.sfpublicpress.org/would-tax-on-vacant-homes-push-owners-to-lease-empty-sf-units/
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In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 14, 2022... another round of inflation overload, a double whammy for home loans, and the big news from Social Security.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review. Economic NewsWe begin with economic news from this past week. Federal Reserve officials released the minutes of their last meeting which show they are more worried about inflation than they are about going overboard with rate hikes. They feel that inflation is “unacceptably high” and is not falling as fast as they anticipated. They raised the short-term rate three-quarters of a point at the last meeting to a range of 3 to 3.25%. It was the third super-sized rate hike in a row, and many economists are expecting another three-quarter point rate hike at the next meeting. (1)There were two inflation reports last week that will fan the flames for additional rate hikes. First, it was the producer price index which was up .4% in September. That was double what Wall Street economists had forecasted. The index had been down in July and August because gas prices were lower, but the latest number shows that overall inflation is still raging. The annual rate is down slightly from 8.7% to 8.5%. If you remove gas and food from the equation, the annual rate is 5.6%. (2) The monthly consumer price index was also released with a similar .4% gain in September. Economists had predicted a .3% gain. The yearly rate did slip down a bit – from 8.3% to 8.2%. It had peaked in June with an annual rate of 9.1%. The core rate shows a .6% monthly gain and a yearly “core” rate of 6.6%. As reported by MarketWatch, lower gas prices kept inflation in check toward the end of the summer, but economists don't expect them to go any lower, especially since the OPEC oil cartel is cutting production. Prices were higher for things like rent, medical care, education, furniture, new cars, and auto insurance. They were down for used cars, clothes and communication. (3)Jobless claims are still low, but they did rise for a third week in a row to their highest level since August. The Labor Department reported that initial claims were 9,000 applications higher to a total of about 228,000. Many of those claims were in Florida, however, where people are dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. Continuing claims were also up slightly to 1.368 million. (4)Consumers appear to be feeling a little more confident about the economy despite the latest inflation reports. The University of Michigan's consumer sentiment survey shows it was up about a point, to a reading of 59.8. but that's only 9.8 points higher than an all-time low of 50 in June. (5)Mortgage RatesMortgage rates continue to move higher. It is breaking through the 7% level for some loan programs, but Freddie Mac says the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was 6.92%. The 15-year also moved higher to an average of 6.09%. (6)In other news making headlines...Double Whammy for BorrowersNot only do borrowers have to contend with higher mortgage rates, they are now having a tougher time qualifying for a loan. According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, lenders are tightening their standards which resulted in a 5.4% decline in the Mortgage Credit Availability Index for the month of September. (7) While lenders would like the business, they are more concerned about a weakening economy and the possibility of delinquencies. The MBA's Joel Kan says: “Credit availability fell to the lowest level since March 2013 – the seventh consecutive month of tightening.” He says: “There's a smaller appetite for lower credit scores and high loan-to-value loan programs.”Home Flippers Are Getting FlippedRising mortgage rates are flipping profits to the downside for many home flippers. As reported by The Real Deal, flippers were wildly successful not that long ago. At the beginning of the year, home-flipping made up 10% of all transactions. That's according to Attom Data Solutions. It fell to 8.2% during the second quarter. (8) Data from August shows that profit margins have slipped to 26% from about 31% a year ago. But they also now plummeting a lot more in some areas, like San Jose California. The report says flipping profits hit 45% in March and are now down to 6.5%. It also says that 42% of the homes sold on Opendoor are being sold for less than the iBuyer paid for them.Hard-money lender Noah Brocious told The Real Deal that flippers need to lower their expectations. He says: “Price it to sell. Today is not the time to get greedy.”Social Security Will Be Giving Retirees a HUGE RaiseRetirees will be getting a big raise in their Social Security checks next year. Officials announced that the Cost of Living Adjustment or COLA for 2023 will be a whopping 8.7%. That's even higher than the giant 5.9% that recipients got last year. (9) The increase will apply to about 70 million people who are on Social Security, and boost checks by an average of $140 per month. The cost of Medicare Part B will also get a little bit cheaper. It will be reduced from $170.10 to $164.90.That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. 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I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/fed-saw-too-much-action-vs-high-inflation-as-less-risky-than-too-little-minutes-show-11665597813?mod=federal-reserve2 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/wholesale-prices-rise-for-first-time-in-three-months-and-show-inflation-still-raging-11665578458?mod=economic-report3 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/coming-up-consumer-price-index-for-september-11665662566?mod=economic-report4 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/jobless-claims-rise-to-highest-level-since-august-11665665081?mod=economic-report5 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/americans-inflation-expectations-rise-in-october-consumer-mood-stays-somber-11665756467?mod=economic-report6 -https://www.freddiemac.com/pmms7 -https://www.mba.org/news-and-research/newsroom/news/2022/10/11/mortgage-credit-availability-decreased-in-september8 -https://therealdeal.com/national/2022/10/11/mortgage-rates-reverse-home-flippers-fortunes/9 -https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/13/social-security-cola-will-be-8point7percent-in-2023-highest-increase-in-40-years.html
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