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The MacVoices Holiday Gift Guide Panel #3 of Brett Terpstra, Mark Fuccio, and Patrice Brend'amour offer up some unusual picks that range from geeky to practical. (Part 1) MacVoices Live! This MacVoices is supported by MacVoices Live!, our live show on Tuesday nights at 8 PM ET, 5 PM PT, whatever time that is wherever you are. Join in the discussions in the chat on our YouTube channel at YouTube.com/MacVoicesTV and share your opinions on the topics of the hour. Show Notes: Chapters: 0:00:41 Introduction to MacVoices Gift Guide 0:07:28 Flume Smart Home Water Meter: Monitor and conserve water usage 0:10:53 A House for Sale: $249, No Plumbing or Wires 0:12:53 Choosing the right hard drives for your RAID setup 0:15:20 Considerations when selecting the appropriate drive size and model 0:20:33 Importance of Backing Up Data 0:21:37 The Versatility of the Stream Deck 0:23:57 Stream Deck: A Gateway to Automation 0:28:08 Kasa Smart Mini Plug - A Convenient Home Automation Solution 0:30:19 Samsung USB-C Flash Drive: Fast and Portable Storage 0:32:35 Potential Displacement and Portability Issues 0:33:40 Smart Home Picks: Nanoleaf Essential Light Strips 0:43:43 Compatibility and Software Challenges with Home Automation Links: Brett Terpstra's Picks: ShiftCam SnapGrip - Mobile Battery Grip with Wireless Shutter Button - Magnetic Mount Snaps on to Any Phone - Built in Powerbank with Qi Wireless Charging - Tabletop Dock https://amzn.to/46pFKgE CapGrip II Smartphone Camera Grip Holder w Remote Control Shutter 1/4" Tripod Mount Phone Clip https://amzn.to/3T1oyuT Kasa Smart Plug Mini 15A, Apple HomeKit Supported, Smart Outlet Works with Siri, Alexa & Google Home, UL Certified, App Control, Scheduling, Timer, 2.4G WiFi Only, 4-Pack https://amzn.to/3MGQQGH Elgato Stream Deck Pedal – Hands-Free Studio Controller, 3 macro footswitches, trigger actions in apps and software https://amzn.to/40DCL2J Elgato USB-C Stream Deck +, Audio Mixer, Production Console and Studio Controller for Content Creators, Streaming, Gaming, with Customizable Touch Strip dials and LCD Keys https://amzn.to/3ug3Nkx Mark Fuccio's Picks: Flume 2 Smart Home Water Monitor & Water Leak Detector: Detect Water Leaks Before They Cause Damage. Monitor Your Water Use to Reduce Waste & Save Money. Installs in Minutes, No Plumbing Required https://amzn.to/47elUWQ SAMSUNG Type-C™ USB Flash Drive, 256GB, Transfers 4GB Files in 11 Secs w/Up to 400MB/s 3.13 Read Speeds, Compatible w/USB 3.0/2.0, Waterproof https://amzn.to/3G8JV5r Patrice Brend'amour's Picks: Western Digital 16TB WD Gold Enterprise Class Internal Hard Drive https://amzn.to/47euULD Nanoleaf Essentials Matter Bluetooth & Thread Smart LED Lightstrip 200" Smarter Kit (5m) - RGB & Whites, Controller, App & Voice Control (Works with Apple Home, Google Home, Samsung SmartThings) https://amzn.to/3sAOrqj Chuck Joiner's Picks: Elgato Stream Deck XL – Advanced Studio Controller, 32 macro keys, trigger actions in apps and software https://amzn.to/3SCHtfc Smart Light Bulb, meross Smart WiFi LED Bulbs Compatible with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant and SmartThings, Dimmable E26 Multicolor 2700K-6500K RGBWW, 900 Lumens 60W Equivalent, 4 Pack https://amzn.to/3syrWCz Flame King YSNPQ810CGA Propane Torch Weed Burner with Integrated Lighter https://amzn.to/40WD1dv amFilm Easiest Installation OneTouch for iPhone 15 Pro Max [6.7 Inch] Screen Protector Tempered Glass + Camera Lens Protector, Auto-Alignment Tech, Bubble Free, Case Friendly, Anti-Scratch https://amzn.to/3MMLk5L amFilm (2 Pack for iPad Pro 12.9 (2022, 2021, 2020, 2018) Glass Screen Protector for iPad Pro 12.9 inch, Tempered Glass, Ultra Sensitive, Face ID and Apple Pencil Compatible https://amzn.to/3ug7U0a Guests: Patrice Brend'amour is the creator, advocate and Product Manager of a global healthcare software initiative, which is not only pushing the industry to provide user-centered solutions using the latest advances in UX and technology, but also advancing the sharing of medical information between healthcare providers across the world. She is also an avid podcaster, mainly in the technology space, as well as a maintainer and contributor to a number of open source projects. Everything she does can be linked to from The Patrice, You can follow her on Twitter, and engage with her on the podcast, Foodie Flashback. Mark Fuccio is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at piqsure.com, or as a marketing advisor through his consulting practice Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc. Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990's selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through Twitter, LinkedIn, or on Mastodon. Brett Terpstra is a coder, writer and web developer. He works behind the scenes at blogs including Engadget, Joystiq and The Unofficial Apple Weblog. He also writes for The Unofficial Apple Weblog, and contributes to Macworld. Brett develops Marked for Mac and recently co-authored “60 Mountain Lion Tips” with David Sparks for the iBookstore. He discusses all things “nerd” on his podcasts, Systematic and Overtired.You can find Brett as “ttscoff” on Twitter, and at his website, brettterpstra.com. Support: Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon http://patreon.com/macvoices Enjoy this episode? 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The MacVoices Holiday Gift Guide Panel #3 of Brett Terpstra, Mark Fuccio, and Patrice Brend'amour offer up some unusual picks that range from geeky to practical. (Part 1) This MacVoices is supported by MacVoices Live!, our live show on Tuesday nights at 8 PM ET, 5 PM PT, whatever time that is wherever you are. Join in the discussions in the chat on our YouTube channel at YouTube.com/MacVoicesTV and share your opinions on the topics of the hour. Show Notes: Chapters: 0:00:41 Introduction to MacVoices Gift Guide 0:07:28 Flume Smart Home Water Meter: Monitor and conserve water usage 0:10:53 A House for Sale: $249, No Plumbing or Wires 0:12:53 Choosing the right hard drives for your RAID setup 0:15:20 Considerations when selecting the appropriate drive size and model 0:20:33 Importance of Backing Up Data 0:21:37 The Versatility of the Stream Deck 0:23:57 Stream Deck: A Gateway to Automation 0:28:08 Kasa Smart Mini Plug - A Convenient Home Automation Solution 0:30:19 Samsung USB-C Flash Drive: Fast and Portable Storage 0:32:35 Potential Displacement and Portability Issues 0:33:40 Smart Home Picks: Nanoleaf Essential Light Strips 0:43:43 Compatibility and Software Challenges with Home Automation Links: Brett Terpstra's Picks: ShiftCam SnapGrip - Mobile Battery Grip with Wireless Shutter Button - Magnetic Mount Snaps on to Any Phone - Built in Powerbank with Qi Wireless Charging - Tabletop Dock https://amzn.to/46pFKgE CapGrip II Smartphone Camera Grip Holder w Remote Control Shutter 1/4" Tripod Mount Phone Clip https://amzn.to/3T1oyuT Kasa Smart Plug Mini 15A, Apple HomeKit Supported, Smart Outlet Works with Siri, Alexa & Google Home, UL Certified, App Control, Scheduling, Timer, 2.4G WiFi Only, 4-Pack https://amzn.to/3MGQQGH Elgato Stream Deck Pedal – Hands-Free Studio Controller, 3 macro footswitches, trigger actions in apps and software https://amzn.to/40DCL2J Elgato USB-C Stream Deck +, Audio Mixer, Production Console and Studio Controller for Content Creators, Streaming, Gaming, with Customizable Touch Strip dials and LCD Keys https://amzn.to/3ug3Nkx Mark Fuccio's Picks: Flume 2 Smart Home Water Monitor & Water Leak Detector: Detect Water Leaks Before They Cause Damage. Monitor Your Water Use to Reduce Waste & Save Money. Installs in Minutes, No Plumbing Required https://amzn.to/47elUWQ SAMSUNG Type-C™ USB Flash Drive, 256GB, Transfers 4GB Files in 11 Secs w/Up to 400MB/s 3.13 Read Speeds, Compatible w/USB 3.0/2.0, Waterproof https://amzn.to/3G8JV5r Patrice Brend'amour's Picks: Western Digital 16TB WD Gold Enterprise Class Internal Hard Drive https://amzn.to/47euULD Nanoleaf Essentials Matter Bluetooth & Thread Smart LED Lightstrip 200" Smarter Kit (5m) - RGB & Whites, Controller, App & Voice Control (Works with Apple Home, Google Home, Samsung SmartThings) https://amzn.to/3sAOrqj Chuck Joiner's Picks: Elgato Stream Deck XL – Advanced Studio Controller, 32 macro keys, trigger actions in apps and software https://amzn.to/3SCHtfc Smart Light Bulb, meross Smart WiFi LED Bulbs Compatible with Apple HomeKit, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant and SmartThings, Dimmable E26 Multicolor 2700K-6500K RGBWW, 900 Lumens 60W Equivalent, 4 Pack https://amzn.to/3syrWCz Flame King YSNPQ810CGA Propane Torch Weed Burner with Integrated Lighter https://amzn.to/40WD1dv amFilm Easiest Installation OneTouch for iPhone 15 Pro Max [6.7 Inch] Screen Protector Tempered Glass + Camera Lens Protector, Auto-Alignment Tech, Bubble Free, Case Friendly, Anti-Scratch https://amzn.to/3MMLk5L amFilm (2 Pack for iPad Pro 12.9 (2022, 2021, 2020, 2018) Glass Screen Protector for iPad Pro 12.9 inch, Tempered Glass, Ultra Sensitive, Face ID and Apple Pencil Compatible https://amzn.to/3ug7U0a Guests: Patrice Brend'amour is the creator, advocate and Product Manager of a global healthcare software initiative, which is not only pushing the industry to provide user-centered solutions using the latest advances in UX and technology, but also advancing the sharing of medical information between healthcare providers across the world. She is also an avid podcaster, mainly in the technology space, as well as a maintainer and contributor to a number of open source projects. Everything she does can be linked to from The Patrice, You can follow her on Twitter, and engage with her on the podcast, Foodie Flashback. Mark Fuccio is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at piqsure.com, or as a marketing advisor through his consulting practice Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc. Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990's selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through Twitter, LinkedIn, or on Mastodon. Brett Terpstra is a coder, writer and web developer. He works behind the scenes at blogs including Engadget, Joystiq and The Unofficial Apple Weblog. He also writes for The Unofficial Apple Weblog, and contributes to Macworld. Brett develops Marked for Mac and recently co-authored “60 Mountain Lion Tips” with David Sparks for the iBookstore. He discusses all things “nerd” on his podcasts, Systematic and Overtired.You can find Brett as “ttscoff” on Twitter, and at his website, brettterpstra.com. Support: Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon http://patreon.com/macvoices Enjoy this episode? 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Intermittent energy restriction (IER) and periodic fasting (PF) has become a popular dietary trend and topic of research for metabolic outcomes and weight loss. This episode, editor-in-chief Dr. Douglas Taren speaks with featured article authors Elske van den Burg and Marjolein Schoonakker on their systematic review summarizing current knowledge of the effects of IER and PF in patients with T2D on markers of metabolic control and the need for glucose-lowering medication.
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Anastasia Tarpeh-Ellis is the Co-founder of Bosa, a community-driven platform designed to help individuals achieve their goals and aspirations by providing a comprehensive and effective goal management system. Before Bosa, she was instrumental in establishing and managing accelerators for GRID110 and Backstage Capital, in addition to her service in local government. Anastasia possesses an unwavering passion for cultivating authentic relationships and empowering others to attain financial independence through entrepreneurship. Additionally, she is an amateur real estate investor and angel investor in start-ups. In this episode… Embarking upon a startup venture can be an intimidating undertaking. Even the most resolute leaders will likely face a fair share of challenges, such as extended waiting periods and unanticipated obstacles. While acquiring capital is the foremost obstacle, creating a robust and long-lasting enterprise is an even greater challenge that demands a superior level of diligence. Anastasia Tarpeh-Ellis is a successful entrepreneur who co-founded and developed her business, Bosa, with great dedication. She has been associated with Backstage Capital, a venture capital fund that invests in underrepresented founders' businesses. This affiliation not only provided her with a structured framework and access to funding but also imparted invaluable lessons that influenced her company's growth. As a result of her entrepreneurial journey, she established an organization to assist others in overcoming similar challenges in starting their own businesses. In this episode of Next Wave Leadership, Dov Pollack interviews Anastasia Tarpeh-Ellis, the Co-founder of Bosa, on her startup journey and business growth. They touch on her personal story, the steps she took to get Bosa off the ground, and the lessons she took from Google and Background Capital. The two also discuss culture and marginalized groups in the business world.
Do you want to live a blissfully balanced life?In this episode of the Happy Hustle Podcast, I'm diving into the nitty-gritty of the systematic harmonization of ambition and well-being – what we like to call the Happy Hustle. Let's start with the basics. What is the Happy Hustle? It's all about persevering past adversity with a smile, symbolized by our cute logo with the X over the eye. But what intrigued people was the 'Happy Hustle' part. So, I dug deep and defined it as the systematic harmonization of ambition and well-being.Systematic means the execution of a fixed plan or system methodically. So, to achieve the harmonization, you need a methodical plan. It's not just a feel-good theory; it's a tangible roadmap. Because, let's face it, balance equals happiness. Now, ambition – it's that strong desire to achieve something, requiring determination and hard work. That's the hustle part. Well-being, on the other hand, is the state of being comfortable, healthy, and happy. Combine the two, and you've got the systematic harmonization of ambition and well-being – And that's the essence of the Happy Hustle.You might ask, how to make this systematic harmonization happen? It's the S.O.U.L.M.A.P.P.I.N Framework. This unique and proprietary system consists of 10 key areas of life that you need to focus on to achieve blissful balance, both personally and professionally.S.O.U.L.M.A.P.P.I.N breaks down into 10 key areas of life, forming the acronym itself:Selfless service – give your time, money, and efforts to causes you believe in.Optimized health – mentally, physically, emotionally optimized for peak performance.Unplug digitally – create intentional barriers in our hyper-connected world.Loving relationships – give yourself fully to family, friends, and your partner.Mindful spirituality – connect to something higher, whatever that means for you.Abundance financially – save, spend, and invest wisely for ultimate freedom.Personal development – grow and evolve every day, don't shrink and dissolve.Passionate hobbies – do things that bring you joy and create space for yourself.Impactful work – infuse your passion and purpose into your career.Nature connection – get outside, connect with the planet, and protect it.So that's the Happy Hustle, a blueprint for systematically harmonizing ambition and well-being. 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If you're thinking of starting a side hustle - business coach and workplace expert Michelle Gibbings has you covered. In this episode of Flying Solo, Michelle shares invaluable wisdom gained from her own experience, including the importance of testing and developing a business concept while still employed, strategic planning, systematic approaches, and documenting processes. She emphasises the significance of finding a niche, seeking mentorship, and aligning expenditures with business goals. Tune in to discover the key components of running a successful business when you're starting from scratch. Key topics Transitioning from a corporate career to starting a business: - Desire for autonomy leading to starting a business - Financial advice and stability before venturing into entrepreneurship - Managing expenses during challenging times Strategies for running a successful business: - Systematic approach and task management - Documentation of processes and importance of organization - Assessing the market and finding a niche - Setting milestones and tracking progress - Seeking advice and mentorship strategically - Considering legal and financial aspects of the business structure Balancing work and personal well-being: - Celebrating wins and recognizing personal achievements - Having a support system and prioritizing self-care - Work-life balance and maintaining good physical and mental health Financial literacy and managing business finances: - Importance of understanding financial metrics and statements - Training courses and online tools for improving financial literacy - Analyzing financial data and asking the right questions Building a positive workplace culture and fostering employee well-being: - Cultivating a culture aligned with company values - Prioritizing connection and face-to-face interactions - Clear communication on ownership of intellectual property - Transparency and conversations with the organization Time-stamped overview 02:22 Taking a leap, figuring it out, good advice. 03:31 Fortunate career, supportive husband, strategic financial decisions. 06:27 Test, develop and prepare for entrepreneurial success. 10:50 Seek advice, learn, and set boundaries in business. 13:36 Annual business plan, SWOT analysis, updates. 17:22 Set financial targets to invest time and money. Evaluate progress. 21:08 Get good lawyers, accountants, and mentors. 26:19 Understanding financial statements and using online tools makes managing finances easier. It's important to educate yourself and ask questions to avoid potential legal issues. 27:28 Accounting systems now have easy, real-time dashboards. Maintaining a positive culture is crucial. 31:16 Online work has benefits, but not always. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) remains a topic of controversy in Sports Medicine. One of the limitations surrounding this therapy is the paucity of high-quality data to support or refute its efficacy. We welcome Dr. Dean Wang, MD from UC Irvine to discuss his study looking at the fragility of the highest quality data we have on PRP. A fragile study is one in which the study's conclusion would change with the reversal of only a few outcomes. Our medical community holds randomized-controlled trials in high regard, however if these studies are fragile, how much can we rely on them to be true?
Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari says policymakers have yet to win the fight against inflation, and that they will consider more tightening if needed. Neil Dutta, Renaissance Macro Research US Economic Research Head, says a rebalanced labor market could led to a rate cut. Katy Kaminski, AlphaSimplex Chief Research Strategist, expects more potential buying for treasuries in the short-term. Mohamed Younis, Gallup Editor-In-Chief, previews the off-year elections happening across several US states. Nadia Martin Wiggen, Svelland Capital Director, discusses the global oil market as prices fall to over two-month lows. Get the Bloomberg Surveillance newsletter, delivered every weekday. Sign up now: https://www.bloomberg.com/account/newsletters/surveillance Full transcript: This is the Bloomberg Surveillance Podcast. I'm Lisa A. Bromoids, along with Tom Keen and Jonathan Ferrow, join us each day for insight from the best in economics, geopolitics, finance and investment. Subscribe to Bloomberg Surveillance on demand on Apple, Spotify and anywhere you get your podcasts, and always on Bloomberg dot Com, the Bloomberg Terminal, and the Bloomberg Business app. This morning, Mike McKay Drumrow, fantastic guests the random type with us to talk about Fed policy. Yes, and thank you very much, John, because we are pleased to welcome Neil Kashkari, the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, to the table today. Thank you for coming in making the trip all the way to New York only for us. I'm sure nothing else There would be nothing else this morning, and except for Bloomberg Surveillance. You're kind of known as the guy who is the most hawkish. I don't want to characterize you exactly now, given how things have changed over the last couple of months, but you have left open the possibility of doing more. How much more would you think the economy might need? Are we talking about just that one leftover move from the dot plot in September, or if you have to start raising again, do you have to go farther. Probably. Well, first of all, it's great to see you, Thanks for having me. People are looking for certainty, and I wish I could give that certainty provided there's been so much, so much it's unusual about the reopening of the economy and the dynamics that led to the high inflation, and how long it has taken, and the dynamics as the disinflation process has taken hold. I wish I knew. We have to let the inflation data guide US, the labor market data guide US, just to point out the obvious. Our forecasts have not been great over the past couple of years, and so we just need to We're all committed. Everybody on the FORMC has committed that two percent is our inflation target. We have to get inflation back down to two percent over a reasonable period of time. Ultimately, the economy will tell us how much is needed to get there, And I just don't know. Well, at what point do you think you would believe you have tightened enough or not tightened enough? What is it that you're looking for. Well, I'll give you some good news is that core PC on a three month basis is running about two point five percent, and it's lower than the six month data. It's lower than the one year data. So that suggests that the disinflation is real. If we continue to see inflation numbers of that range two point five percent or lower on a go forward basis, that would tell me, Okay, we are now on a path back to two percent inflation. But three months data is still only three months data, and if we see that start to tick back up again, that would tell me our job is not yet done. Tick back up means what? In other words, we get another couple of CPI reports in a PCE report before your next meeting, a couple of tents higher. The chairman and others say it's going to be lumpy or does it have to be a significant move? In other words, what are you thinking about for December? Well, I think we could look at, as the chairman always says, we look at all of the data. So what surprises Over the past few months, We've been surprised by how strong American consumers have been. Consumer spending is held up remarkably well, we've been surprised by GDP growth. When activity continues to run this hot, that makes me question is policy as tight as we assume that it currently is. So if you saw inflation tick back up and you saw continued very strong economic activity on the real side of the economy, that would tell me, okay, we might need to do more. So it's hard for me to say this one data point needs to be here. I would be looking at the suite of data. Did we outsource doing more to financial markets? In the arts week? Have we outsourced doing more to financial markets? You know, this is a very complicated question on what has been driving the long end of the Yeld curve. Some people point to term premium, and I always joke the term premium is the economist version of dark matter. It's the residual of all the stuff we can't explain. It's not that our models are wrong, it's the dark matter is out there. So that's the term premium. And some people say, well, that's driven by fiscal If it was fiscal driving the term premium, I would have expected to see a week dollar. Usually when investors are worried about a country's fiscal position, their currency weekends our currency has been quite strong. It makes me wonder is it really fiscal driving the term premium. Another possibility is the path of policy over the next few years. That could explain both the stronger dollar and the weaker stock market going into the last meeting. Another one is that maybe the neutral rate is higher, or maybe it's a combination of all three of these. And so these are things that we're spending a lot of time trying to understand what the markets are doing. But just speaking for myself, I'm not comfortable saying which of those three it is, because which of those three it is determines what it means for policy. If it is the term premium, then it is doing some work for the FED. But if it's the neutral rate, or if it's the forward guidance of the path of policy, then we would actually have to follow through to preserve those rates. So how did this line end up in the statement? And I'll share it with that audience. The kind of financial and credit conditions for households and businesses are likely to wound economic activity, hiring, an inflation. Where's that coming from? Oh, that's been there for a long time. I mean, that's been in there since the Silicon Valley bank episode and the banking stresses leading to some tightening of credit conditions across the economy. So I think that that's right. I, for one, don't say that that means the recent moves in the old curve. How fluid is that assessment? Can that change from month to month, meeting to mating, because some of those comments around that has inspired quite a move in this market over the last week. Well, you know, one of the things about the statements, we always have to be careful about putting things into the statement because they tend to be long lived and it's hard to pull them out of the statement because as soon as you take something out, then all of a sudden, people say, oh my gosh, they're declaring that all the banking stresses are over, as an example, and so, you know, I would look at all of the range of commentary that you get, look at what the chairman says, look at his press conference to get a read of the thought of the committee. You said that people want certainty that you can't give it to them, and I understand that, but people don't just want certainty, they also want some sort of guiding philosophy. Do you think that Fed Shir Powell has outlined some sort of guiding philosophy and where the bar is to cut rates and where the bar is to raise them further. Well, I think he's articulated very clearly that we're committed to getting back to two percent inflation. Right. There's been some chatter amongst economists that maybe we should raise the inflation target. I think he's done a great job saying that is not on the table. We're not going to do that. We're going to get inflation back to two percent, and we're going to let the data guide us. We've moved very aggressively. We've made a lot of progress on inflation. We're not done yet, meaning inflation is not back to our target, and if we need to do more, we will. There seem to be a feeling in markets that the bar to cut rates has been lowered over the past week or two weeks. Suddenly not only are we reaching a pause and have we seen a peek in the FED funds rate, but that also the Fed will cut next year, maybe surgically. Neil Dada is talking about that and he's coming up next. Do you want to push back against that? Do you think that the bar to cut is still just as high as it was. I have no idea where market participants are getting that. There's no discussion amongst me and any of my colleagues about when we're going to start preparing to cut rates. The only thing that's been talked about at all is that at some point, when inflation is well on its way back down, if we didn't back off a little bit, then real rates would be getting tighter and tighter and tighter. And that's real, but that's math. But is there enough weakness currently in the market in the economy, I should say to give you that sense at this point, look at the last GDP print. I mean, does anybody look at that and think, oh, my gosh. The economy we for the last twelve months GDP has been very strong. The labor market continues to be quite robust. Yes, the unemployment rate is ticked up to three point nine percent, but we've also seen a huge surge of labor supply, which is really positive come online. So I'm looking at this, I'm seeing consumers that are strong. My air by the way, my airplane that I came here on was one hundred percent full yesterday. It's going to be one hundred percent full today, I'm not seeing a lot of evidence that the economy is weaken Well, whether you go higher or not, you are on board for longer. And so you must have modeled out some idea of how long you would need to leave rates unchanged before you could get down to a level low enough that you could take your foot off the break a little bit. How long do you think you'll be at five point five into twenty twenty four. Well, I think it's going to depend if we continue to see inflation prints similar to the ones we've seen the last few months, you know, and we end up with a year of a year at two point five percent core inflation and it continues to trend down, that constellation would give me evidence to say, hey, we ought to look at should we start backing off just so the real policy isn't getting tighter and tighter and tighter, because we're clearly on our way back down to two percent. But again, I don't want to just point to one data series. We will be looking at the suite of data to try to get a read of where the economy is headed. Well, not just data. You talk to businesses in your district, all the time, What are they telling you now about their view of growth and hiring and pricing going forward. It's moderating. So the labor market is still tight in my district, people especially in the Dakotas, really have a hard time finding workers. But in Minnesota, it's still a tight labor market, but it's not as tight as it was six months ago. It's not as tight as it was a year ago. So that kind of maps to the national data that we're seeing of a gently cooling labor market but one that's still very very warm. Same thing with economic activity. Depending on the sector, they're saying, Hey, we feel pretty good about things. We're a little cautious about the future. Obviously, they watch the news, they read the news. There's a lot of economic anxiety that is reported on that people, you know, factor that into their own thinking and their own business planning. So I think the outlooks are still optimistic, but it's cautious optimists. Well are they still raising prices or think they need to? So it's funny there Still they still buy and large have some pricing power more than they had before pandemic, but not as much pricing power as they had six months or a year ago. Can we finish on housic sure in the space of three years, we've had record low interest rates in the highest rates in several decades. Is this housing market broken? Well? I think since the pandemic, we have structurally underbuilt the number of units that we need to meet our growing population. And that's the factor. And that's really about regulation at the local level that are creating barriers to more supply coming in. The raid environment will settle out over time, but structurally we have to actually bring a lot more supply online to meet America at the time, but it could be like twenty thirty years. I think this is the issue here. The legacy of this FMC could well be a generation of people look down to the housing market. Why do you say that there could be a generation of people with two three percent mortgages that never sound their home. Yeah, I don't know. People end up needing to move. It's funny when people don't tell their home because they're locked into a low mortgage. That's less supply, but that's also one less buyer. Most people who buy homes are leaving another home, and so that affects both the supply side and the and the demand side of That's why I set a generation look down because I'm renting and count by, so I'm not sounding anything, and that's the generation. I'm talking about that generation specifically, you concern that could be the legacy at the FORMC. Now. I think the legacy of this FMC is that we've dealt with the pandemic very aggressively. Then we were surprised by very high inflation, but then we move very aggressively to bring the inflation back down. I want to ask you about a story on the Bloomberg terminal today about all the financial CEOs from the US over in Hong Kong sounding very doer and down about the prospects for the economy. They suggest that things are pretty fragile right now, both in the economy and the markets, given everything that's going on around the world and in the shadow banking system as well as theirs. How worried are you, well, I mean, we're always worried about things that can happen all around the world. We've got teams of people looking at different scenarios around the world. Ultimately, we have to focus on what we can control, you know, geopolitics. When Hamas attacked Israel, the first thing we thought of is what's it going to do to the oil market, what's it going to do to commodity prices. Remarkably, the response so far has been muted. But that's something we're obviously paying close attention to. But the broader geopolitical issues are just so far outside of our bounds of forecasting. You know, we have a hard enough time forecasting inflation trying to forecast where geopolitics is going. We just have to focus what we can control. Oil price is dropped. I mean, that's the crazy thing about the last month. Physically, it doesn't make any sense. And this is the reason why trying to get it right is just impossible. And then trying to get the idea of a FED put and whether they're going to respond. I'm just saying people are talking about that now, so yeah, talking about it in the last few hours. Yes, it's on this program. No, always a pleasure, Thank you, Sirving Neil, Cash County, the Minneapolis FED price Alongstide Plympecks, Mi M chab No Tatsa, the head of US economic research at Renaissance Macron. Nil, good morning to you. Good morning. Let's go straight there because my IB was lighting up with messages from you. We're not thinking about tapering. Two months later, we're a long way from neutral cutting a month later. What do you think is going on within the FBC. Where do you think this is going? Well? I think I agree that it doesn't pay much to forecasts right now. It's important just to look at the data as it's coming to you, and so I do sympathize with that. But at the end of the day, I mean, the unemployment rate is up above the fed's forecast for this year, and that's the first time that's happened since March of twenty twenty two. Now you know we're in. When you're in the thick of it, it's hard to know whether that represents the start of something much more onerous or whether it's just the normalization of the labor market. But I think for the FED, I think the doves on the FMC, and remember you know President Kashkari, he tends to lean on the hawkish side of the consensus at the FED. I think for the doves, they have all the ammunition they need to basically put the hawks in a casket. Okay, I mean, I think that's the way I would think about it. I mean, you can point to the pickup in productivity and what that's done to unit labor costs. You can point to what Powell has said, right, I mean, when when central bankers use proceed carefully risk management, that's code for doing nothing. And you know, finally, I mean the employment report was probably understating payroll growth. That's my view. I mean, there's a lot of strike activity and so far, but at the end of the day, average hourly earnings are running just over three percent at an annual rate over the last several months. So I don't think the hawks on the committee frankly, can use the labor markets as a rationale to be hawkish anymore. So that is over and so I think the doves can basically say that the labor markets have been rebalanced. And if they can say that just implicitly, it means that the door is a little bit cracked open for a cut. And you know, the point I'm making to you is, you know J Powell, it wouldn't be the first time he basically, you know, flipped on a dime. I mean, we're a long way from neutral. I mean a few months later he's cutting rates, We're not even thinking about thinking about tapering or hiking, and then we're hiking and tapering basically in the same month. So you know, to me, the fact that they're not talking about it is irrelevant. It's also in their sep for next year. The question is whether these surgical cuts, what are surgical cuts? Basically a few cuts to stabilize the economy. I mean, I think the issue is is the extent to which cutting quickly translates into rapid economic stable So I mean, for as an example, I mean, let's see what happens with mortgage purchase demand. Over the next couple of weeks. We've seen mortgage rates basically come down to what like seven percent. Okay, I'm trying to wrap my head around this. Six months ago, you were talking about way more economic strength in the US economy than people had expected. Now you're talking about strategic or surgical cuts by the Federal Reserve to stabilize the economy. Are you saying that they are warranted because the economy No, I don't think that they are. Part of the tention, Lisa, is that my job isn't to tell people what I think the Fed should do. My job is to try to get into their head and figure out what they will do. I mean, if I was there, would I be I would probably be more hawkish than the consensus on the FMC. But I'm not there. Well, but does this mean that you think the consequence of surgical cuts to fortify the economy will be prolonged inflation? Yes? Okay, So then how do you sort of arrange around that sort of what is the inflation rate? How do you sort of lean into the rally that we've seen in the bond market and say, wait a second, you guys have gotten ahead of your skis based on the game theory that the FED is playing and the way that they're likely to do Searga, I don't know that the bond market's getting ahead of itself. I think the bond market is sniffing out that the distribution of risks have changed. I don't know what the FED may do next. I mean, that's what I think the bond market is doing, and I think bond market investors are right to do that, because, as I say, you know, you think about it basically three prongs, right, the labor market, inflation, and then financial conditions. If the FED can look at the labor market and say the labor markets are rebalanced. Okay, that's check done. You can't use that anymore as a reason to be hawkish. So, if anything, if the unemployment rate's not going up a little bit, the distribution of risks are that they would cut because the labor markets. And right, if the labor markets are thawing, that's going to give them increased confidence that inflation will thaw and so and then finally, if that's the case, they're not going to be particularly concerned about the easing and financial conditions that you've seen since the last in the last week, which is what we've been talking about through this morning, whether they are going to tolerate the easing we've seen over the last week. And it feels like perhaps they will help me work with me here. It feels like to me that you believe the world might have changed post pandemic versus pre pandemic. Do you sense that they still believe were still in the same old world pre pandemic? I do. I mean, I mean, if you listen to someone like New York Fed President John Williams, even Chair Powell, I mean, there's not much there's quite a bit of reluctance to just say that, you know, neutral rates are higher. I mean, why do you think that, is, Neil? You know, I don't know. I mean I think that maybe in their minds things haven't changed. I mean all, I mean, you saw Powell talk about this at at the press conference last week. I mean, oh, well, if we get to pick up in potential growth, it's a temporary pick up and potential growth, then we'll go back down. So if you don't think that the world has fundamentally changed, then you're going to be more sort of cognizant of overtightening risk. Right Like, So if the unemployment rate is starting to go up, you may have thought, well, maybe you overdid it, so you might be more willing to cut sooner as a result. So are you more bullish on the US economy but also expect inflation to remain higher and the FED When people look back, this will be considered a policy air that they weren't hawkish enough. Yeah, I mean I think that that would be Yeah, I mean that would be something I could be saying in twenty twenty five. What would you point to if you had this conversation right now? And I would love to get you around the table next time I have a FED official to work through somebody's issues. But what would you it sounds dangerous as the number one thing that indicates to you that the world has changed, versus pandemic that ultimately they don't believe it. What would you point to, Well, I mean the first is just look at let's look at the obvious. I mean, you've done a lot, and yet the economy is still kind of hanging in there. I would say that things like household formation rates are running twice the rate they did after the Financial crisis. I mean, to me, I think it's much easier to tell the story about why the post financial crisis period was actually the anomaly than not. So I think we're actually going back to the old normal more so than anything else. Obviously, you think about all those people during the financial crisis period or the years after that, we're saving up for retirement. A lot of them have now since retired and they're now dissaving, which is you know, implies higher neutral rates. You think about income inequality, it was something that we were talking about all throughout the twenty tens. Well, it's coming down now. People at the lower end of the wage spectrum. We're seeing more rapid growth in their wages. You see more increased sort of union activity and unions getting big wins for blue collar workers. I mean, these are not things. I mean, and those folks have a much higher propensity to spend. And so I think it's it's not right in my view to say that things haven't changed. But if that's what the FED believes, then you have to be recognizing what that implies for what they might do later. And so I think just because they're not talking about cuts now does not mean they won't be talking about cuts in three six months. That should be in the realm of possibility, and I think the market's Frankly, I'm not willing to fight the move yet. I mean, okay, no a clinic as always. You know you're one of my favors. I think everyone knows that. No data, every nice loose Macro, No, thank you joining guess now. Katy Kaminski, chief research strategist over Alpha Simplex. Katie, it's the number one question for us. Are you still short treasuries? Yes? Why? Well, this is because for trend falling, it's not just about a couple of days, It's really about persistent trends in the market, and I just want to point out, and this is something interesting, trend falling signals have been net short for nine quarters. This is the first time in many decades that this has been the case. And so the reason I'm pausing right now is because we've been saying short, short, short all year, and for the first time, it's starting to feel like we already got that short come through. What's next? What does the market do now? Buy are coming in because yields are at interesting levels. They're probably thinking, maybe we've finally hit that point. Do you think something changed fundamentally to lead to that in the last few weeks. I do, And then I think that the data has come out to support the narrative for investors. But I also think a narrative that has made sense to me is that investors have woken up to the idea that five percent yields at some point there's a buying point where you think, well, there's a chance this could actually go down. And now you start to see this equilibrium occur where you're seeing the disinverted curve, which is something we've been looking for since the beginning of the year. So Katie just to put a bow on this, are you now not short treasuries and actually starting to see value, particularly if yields get up to that five percent level in the tenure. So we're still short in terms of the overall frequency that we see signals, but we are seeing consolidation in those signals, so there's a reduction in that particular conviction. But what I will say is that I'm seeing more and more positive signals on higher frequency, and so I think on the shorter term you're going to see more and more potential buying for treasuries. But I do want to remind everyone inflation is still an issue. Rates could be higher for longer, so there's still really a good chance that we're going to see a lot of volatility instead of a new trend per se that starts to emerge. Yet this raises this question of which particular data points are going to be the real action drivers, like what we saw over the past ten days. Is it going to be basically every inflation read that we get, or do you really buy into this idea that it's treasury supply that's been dictating a lot of the volumes and a lot of the angst that we felt over the past month. It's really interesting that you bring this up, Lisa, because we've been talking about the supply issue. I mean, how often do people actually talk about supply. They're only talking about it because I think people are trying to understand the equilibrium of where people sit and what yield should cost, I mean, what should be the right yield. And I think from our side on the technical side, what we're looking for is potential breakouts so that we're seeing a steeper curve at some point. Our view is it's going to depend on really what happens with the economic data of whether we end up with tighter conditions or if we actually see something very extreme where we actually saw higher yields. Again, that to me seems very unlikely right now, but I think it's really a point to start watching every data point to see which direction the yield market is going to go or which direction the yields go, because it's definitely an inflection point than Katie, were going to catch up with Nil Kashgari in about twenty minutes time. I think we're all looking forward to this conversation. There is this second paragraph in the statement that they put out last week on kind of financial conditions it reaches follows. I'm sure you're familiar with it. Time of financial and credit conditions for households and businesses are likely to weigh on economic activity, hiring, and inflation. Could you still write that same sentence today? After the move we've seen in the last week, what's that on the movement we've seen in the last month, for the the last six months, what do you think it is? Well? I think the challenge is that these numbers come in at different frequencies. Last week we had a massive buying but this could also be somewhat of a relief rally given how much movement we've seen downward, especially in equities. And let's just be honest, like I said, at a five percent yield started to get exciting, people said, oh I better get in there. So I think there's really still This could just be the tip of the beginning of understanding how serious financial conditions have changed, and if it's enough to actually warrant a point where we might actually have cuts at some point earlier than some would would have thought, like myself, who's been very pessimistic about rate cuts. Hey, Ketty, do you have a decent understanding of the conditions that would lead to those cuts. Well, usually in terms of this, I think we'd have to see pretty severe deterioration in financial conditions to see rate cuts, given the mandate of the FED and the fact that the other factors that are really focused on have not come down to their target level. So the fact that inflation is sticky, and the fact that we have a strong workforce and that we have all of these conditions putting us in a good place. They have been pretty clear that they're going to keep us higher for longer until we can sort that out. On the other hand, if we had some sort of very severe draw down or deterioration and credit that was clear, I think that they would have to act. So that to me would be the situation where we would see those rate cuts. Is if you saw something in the credits markets or something in terms of consumers really struggling that would cause them to actually react. So the FED put still exists, just at a much higher pain point, I would say probably yes. I mean, I think it always exists somewhere, but it's definitely moved a lot compared to what we liked in twenty nineteen and before. Kelly Let's finish what we started. Given the uncertainty you now have about your position, why maintain the shot? That's what I'm going to walk away from this conversation scratching my head about why maintain the short when it can be as expensive as it was on weeks last week. So this is the point of trend falling. Systematic trading is about not double sort of using your emotion in the moment. And I think what works with trend falling is following the data, and we just need more data to know the answer, and over longer periods of time, it turns out the market is actually quite good at giving us indications of where things are moving, and it's particularly short term movements where they disagree. Where you want to lean on your own gut, but you shouldn't, because that's what systematic trading is really about. It's about measuring and falling the markets and allowing the markets to tell you what the market where we're going, as opposed to sort of my own personal view. Unfortunately, Katie, thanks for the clarity on that point. I appreciate it. Katie commenced you that of aphasimplex, two major political parties remain unpopular in the United States, fifty six percent of Americans viewing the Republican Party unfavorably, fifty eight percent saying the same thing of the Democratic Party. Mohammed Junis, the editor in chief at Gallop, joined us now, Muhammad, help us out. I've been rinting through this piece. Neither party is well liked. You guys have pointed out that the GP has an edge on certain issues. Can we just talk about the likability of both parties right now, Muhammed? How unusual is this? Unfortunately, you know at harkens to your Amtrak conversation earlier. We're at a state right now in the United States when both parties are really not doing that great in terms of their favorability. It's nothing new, Unfortunately, It's been quite a while since Americans had a favorable view of either party in the majority. We're also at a time where there's a record high of Americans saying that they'd like to see a third party in American politics. Of course, easy to say I want more. It doesn't necessarily mean that that party would exist or actually be powerful. But we're also at a time, John and Lisa where there's a high of people that identify as independents, and that is important not only in the current moment, but also in our analysis over generations. What we find is that younger Americans today are actually sticking with that independent id much further along their lifespan than previous generations young folks. So, certainly America is highly dissatisfied with national government. We've talked about that a lot. They're really, in some ways most dissatisfied with both parties. That being said, today is a local election. It's really, I know, it's so tempting for us to jump to twenty twenty four. Americans line up today to vote on local issues, and there's a huge difference in the way people perceive local government versus the national government here in the United States. SOMEHOWMA just explain that a little bit more. What is the big difference between the two currently? Basically and coetence. Americans have very low trust and competence in the national government and national institutions. Perceptions of corruption are astronomically high. When you come to local government, though, people have a much more positive perspective on local government, whether it's the efficacy, transparency of local government and corruption, but also how they feel about their local governing officials. So Americans light up at the ballot box today, they're hearing a lot of echo chamber on the national what this means, we're twenty twenty four, but really what they're going to be focusing on our local issues, and the national conversation certainly will inform that. That's why things like abortion, things that implicate attitudes about big and small government, for example, they're on the ballot box. They will be discussed. They're going to be they have been a focus of the campaign. We know in Ohio there's a really big push on abortion. It'll be a really important weather vane in terms of whether or not Roe v. Wades overturning has sort of faded, The impact of that has faded or is still with us. I have to say, as you're talking about local elections and how different they are than the nationals, I think, well, they're probably not on TikTok, the local elections, they're probably not on Facebook. How much is it the social media echo chamber that polarizes people and gives them a worse and expected view of national politics in a way that local politics might be slightly immune. I think that's a great point. Lisa it's much easier to sort of check the bs if you will. On a topic or an issue. When it's about where you live, you know that reality. You have direct information from people you know where you live. You can talk to your neighbors, you can talk to your local religious leaders or community leaders. With national politics, it's a very different thing. It really tends to have now become sort of a war of the propaganda's if you owe both parties where truth is very hard to identify, but both sides are absolutely out there to religiously convict you excuse me, to religiously convert you to their worldview. So that's certainly a factor. But look, when it comes to twenty twenty four, and it's important for us to keep our eye on that mark. Everything that we've done with regards to national elections really comes down to one thing. Americans focus on the economy. The economy is king. It's not only king, it's king, queen and bishop when it comes to picking a president here in the United States. And that's going to be a huge factor in where people place their votes in November twenty twenty four. But as you all know, we are light years ahead from where that is in terms of assessing where the economy is going to be then, and that's going to be the major factor when it comes to party advantages. The Republicans definitely have maintained their historic advantage in terms of Americans viewing them as more competent in keeping the country prosperous, keeping the economy booming, and keeping the country safe. That's said, how much are you looking to Glenn Youngkin today? And maybe there is going to be very much local issues that are decided, but the local issues have implications for their glens might be the Republican con candidate for presidency. Do you think that's a stretch. I think looking at the polls right now, that is a stretch. It's hard to argue that President Trump is not the front runner of the Republican Party. You know, every poll you do, every poll, what we've done. We don't do too many political polls anymore, but there are good polls out there. It's really hard to see somebody sort of astronomically jump ahead of him. Now that being said, we haven't had a president in modern time that's facing the legal challenges that he's facing, and that's a whole other sort of curveball that's being thrown here. It's not clear exactly what his situation will be come real. Kind of rubber meets the road in terms of November twenty twenty four. But you know there are still we heard from David Axelrod this week about the Democratic side. There's still a lot of movement in this race, and I wouldn't rule out any surprises or sudden departures on either side up against the clol kid. Just to squeeze it in and finished where we started. You do mention in the piece of the GP holds advantages on certain issues. Can we just bring some life into that, Mohammad? Which issue specifically? There are really three issues In specific one is keeping the country prosperous. Republicans have a pretty sizable advantage to Democrats in terms of perceptions of keeping the country prosperous. The other one is keeping the country safe. As you know, we're now very focused on too pretty significant conflicts across the world. Hopefully that doesn't become a reality for us here in the United States, but as Americans focus more on security issues, Republicans do have that advantage in our polls. The final one is who's most competent to handle the most important problem facing the country. And what's fascinating about that question is that the most important problem facing the country, as I have said on this show many times right now, is actually poor leadership and government. So Americans identify the quality, the low quality of national le as the most important problem facing the country. So it's the most of our problem. The economy and keeping America safe fascinates in gright. To catch out Mohammed azoh Wis, He's going to say, Mohammed unus of gallop. Everyone's been pointing to oil prices. Why have they not caught up given that there is a sort of existential risk and threat that seems to be escalating every single day in the Middle East? Joining us now to help us understand what exactly to look for. Nadia Martin Wiggan, Director ats fell in Capital, Nadia, I just want to start there. What do you make of the fact that we're seeing crude traded on the NMEX blow eighty dollars a barrel again today despite what's going on in Israel and in Gaza. Hello, great to be on. I think what we saw last week is that Hezbollah and Iran for right now, they're on the sidelines, right, They don't actually want to show an escalation of the war going on in Gaza right now. So that has taken off some of the risk premium. For the last ten days, we actually see the implied volatility in the options market come down. So it's not even something that's happened just today, it's been for the last ten days that trend. I think. In addition, when that premium, that initial shock goes away, as we saw was the case with the war in Ukraine by Russia, eventually you know, the market starts to think about how to work around that. And for example, we've seen that freight rates have gone much higher, and part of that is when you look at it, it's almost like a risk balancing that, Okay, if we can't flow through the Suez and we have to go around, then let's de risk ourselves if things were to take longer. And we see that the freight market has actually priced that in as if they have to avoid the Suez, which they haven't had to do. So as a result, things have come down also in the oil market. Okay, so let's take a step back for a second. Nadia. If you're looking at freight producers, that already come up with alternate roots that avoid the suz Canal to avoid potential or the straits of our moves to avoid potential blowback from Iran. Does this mean that oil prices are actually higher than where they would be at this point if there weren't this geopolitical overhang, because it's actually being priced into the market in a material way. Yeah. If we look at what was happening to the market in oil before the October seventh attack, we could see that prices were coming off right. We had a lot of pressure on refinery margins. We had physical creed trading poorly. You know, we've had the largest overhang in the West African market that we've had in years. We had more than twenty twenty five million barrels unsold out of the November loading program. So we saw that kind of weakening and then this is where the market would like to rebalance. We saw the physical premiums come down for those grades, but the futures market has remained quite strong, and this is where we have to see that kind of reb ballancy. When we look at kind of the momentum and what is happening to pure speculative traders, you know, the CTAs and so forth. That short term momentum has been downwards, right, and that is put pressure bringing us down to where we are now in WTI, you know, just above the two hundred day moving average. If we look at that long term momentum, it's still intact for a strong market, right. So there are still those longs in the market that we've had in since before all of this started. But again, the market is preparing in case something were to happen, because you know, things had been taking along well in the Middle East and we were about to have a deal between Saudi Arabia, the US and Israel recognizing Israel, which would take off potentially a premium right, and instead we've moved in the opposite direction. How much is the US becoming the swing producer at a time where there is consolidation in the shale patch and you are seeing companies try to realize the value from their stores, basically pump the oil while it's still valued in the world. The deal of Exon, for example, buying Pioneer right, that really shows that they are focusing on the Permian right. And what interestingly Exon announced in their earnings call is that they believe that with their equipment and knowledge, they're able to bring in a total of one billion barrels of oil more out of those same assets that Pioneer was able to. So, when we think about the terminal regular production rate in the US, that goes from around fourteen and a half million barrels per day to maybe fifteen and a half million barrels per day, and the question is when do we reach that. Right August production was thirteen point one million barrels per day. It will probably take two years, but of course that depends on the short term oil price and the signals short term meaning monthly, quarterly, and the signals that that yields to shale producers in terms of activity. Right, a weaker oil price will slow that down. A strong oil price we'll speed that up. So right now, given more prices are do you expect more consolidation to be expedited currently or do you think that people are going to wait until prices go up a bit further. Well, prices are reasonably strong, right, the whole oil complex is in a good situation and making money. So when what we saw at the start of October is that demand was starting to get hit, right, we had producers selling crewed for more than one hundred dollars a barrel, and then we saw, for example, companies like India really complaining. Part of that is because Russian crudis continued to flow and we had price caps breached, right, so you were paying more than sixty dollars a barrel, maybe you were paying seventy dollars a barrel, and then on average, facing more than one hundred dollars a barrel was becoming difficult. So I think we've been in a pretty comfortable space, you know, in the eighty dollars range for everyone to make money, so it makes it ripe for consolidation and valuable resources. We don't really need things to move much higher. Do you think that all things being a well, this is going to be the range for the foreseeable future, just because of the pushes and the pulls that seem to be working in equilibrium from a technical level, yes, But of course things can suddenly change very quickly, both in the Middle East, you know, towards the negative towards a positive, so that can really shift things. And the number one thing to keep track of is that inventories were expected to draw quite steeply in the fourth quarter, and so far in October they only drew on land around three hundred thousand barrels per day. So the market is waiting for evidence that actually we have tightness led by these supply cuts and demand isn't waning, Whereas you know, on the other hand, if it continues waiting, then we could see for the falls and price. Nadie Martin Wigan of Spell and Capital, thank you so much for being with us. Subscribe to the Bloomberg Surveillance podcast on Apple, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Listen live every weekday starting at seven am Eastern on Blueberk dot com, the iHeartRadio app tune In, and the Bloomberg Business app. You can watch us live on Bloomberg Television and always on the Bloomberg terminal. Thanks for listening. I'm Lisa Abramowitz, and this is Bloomberg.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do you help someone manage cancer-related fatigue or get back to exercise after their treatment? Is it safe for someone with bone metastases to exercise? PhD candidate and recent Master of Physical Therapy graduate, Kendra Zadravec, and Professor Kristin Campbell (Department of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia, Canada) share their research and clinical expertise in developing physiotherapy interventions for people with cancer to help answers to these questions and more. ------------------------------ RESOURCES Canadian Physiotherapy Association Oncology Division: https://www.oncologycpa.ca/ American PT Association Oncology: https://oncologypt.org/ Australian Physiotherapy Association - Cancer, Palliative Care and Lymphodema: https://australian.physio/membership/national-groups/cancer-palliative-care-and-lymphoedema Macmillan UK: https://www.macmillan.org.uk/healthcare-professionals ACSM guidelines for exercise and cancer: https://www.acsm.org/news-detail/2019/10/16/expert-panel-cancer-treatment-plans-should-include-tailored-exercise-prescriptions One stop shop for cancer and exercise information: www.cancerexercise.ca (direct link to resources for health care providers: https://cancerexercise.med.ubc.ca/resources-hcp/ Recommendations for exercise with bone metastases (open access): https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34990293/ Systematic review on exercise for people with bone metastases: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34358650/ Physical activity recommendations for cancer survivors living with bony metastases: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33604871/
In this episode, we discuss the rampant and deliberate attempt from public school systems through America to lower educational standards. GET IN THE ARENA!! Get your copy of SMITH'S Heart Of Man Repair Manual: https://www.amazon.com/Smiths-Heart-Man-Repair-Manual-ebook/dp/B0949HKJ2Y/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=smith%27s+heart+of+man+repair+manual&qid=1662493566&sprefix=Smith%27s+heart+of+man+repair+man%2Caps%2C108&sr=8-1 Email us at: FlawedInkCLE@Gmail.com
Today's conversation introduces the study of Systematic Theology, in the context of other forms of theology. In particular, we recommend the course at Pursue God called Sys Theo, which introduces 12 broad topics that cover the essentials of systematic theology from a biblical perspective. This episode seeks to answer the basic question of…What Is Systematic Theology?Systematic theology is a discipline within Christian theology that seeks to organize and present the beliefs and doctrines of the Christian faith in a systematic and coherent way. Here are four key aspects of systematic theology:Doctrinal Organization: The Bible is organized around the central story of God's redemption, not around a list of topics or categories. Systematic Theology seeks to gather truth from the entire story of the Bible and organize it into thoughtful and consistent categories for reflection and study. Here are some of the typical categories of doctrine and their fancy names:Theology Proper: This category deals with the study of God Himself. It includes discussions about the nature and attributes of God, such as His omniscience, omnipotence, omnibenevolence, and transcendence. This includes a discussion of God's mission / purpose in the world, and the discussion of evil and suffering in the world in light of God's nature.Bibliology: Bibliology is the study of the Bible itself. It covers topics related to the inspiration, authority, inerrancy, and interpretation of Scripture. Bibliology is studied in the context of the larger question of how God reveals himself. Creation and Providence: These categories address the doctrine of creation, including the origin and purpose of the universe, as well as God's ongoing providential care and governance of His creation.Christology: Christology is the study of Jesus Christ. It explores His nature, including His divine and human attributes, His role as Savior, His mission, and His relationship to God the Father and the Holy Spirit. (Jesus' role as Savior is also the topic of a later category, called Soteriology.)Pneumatology: Pneumatology focuses on the Holy Spirit. It examines the nature and work of the Holy Spirit in general, but particularly in the life of believers, including the Spirit's role in regeneration, sanctification, and empowering for ministry.Anthropology: Anthropology focuses on the study of humanity. It includes discussions on the nature of humans, the concept of sin, and the implications of the Fall (the disobedience of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden) on human nature.Hamartiology: Hamartiology is related to Anthropology. It is the study of sin. It examines the origin and consequences of sin, as well as the theological understanding of sin's impact on individuals and society.Soteriology: Soteriology is the study of salvation. It delves into topics like the atonement (how Christ's death reconciles humanity with God) and justification (how people are declared righteous before God).Ecclesiology: Ecclesiology concerns the study of the Church. It includes discussions on the nature and purpose of the Church, its leadership structure, sacraments or ordinances, and its role in the world. Ecclesiology also grapples with the question of the relationship between the Church and Israel.Eschatology: Eschatology deals with the study of the last things or end times. This category explores topics like the Second Coming of Christ, the resurrection, judgment, heaven, hell, and the final destiny of humanity.Angelology and Demonology: These categories explore the existence and nature of angels (good...
YES, THIS IS A SASQUATCH RESEARCH SHOW!!! OUR FOCUS HAS BEEN SELF-HELP FOR PREPARING YOURSELF FOR A "CLASS A" SASQUATCH ENCOUNTER.” AFTER THIS 6TH INSTALLMENT ON THIS TOPIC, I WILL BE SHIFTING THE FOCUS ONTO A NEW TOPIC IN EPISODE 7. ALTHOUGH I WILL BE RETURNING TO FIGHT/FLIGHT REPROGRAMMING IN THE FUTURE, I WANT TO ADD VARIETY TO THE SHOW THROUGH AN EXCITING, NEW AND LESS LENGTHY TOPIC!! VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE … AND SASQUATCH!!In this, the 6th Episode of this Series, I will tell yet another Flight/Flight/Freeze story. I will then Briefly Summarize Episodes 1-5 to allow the viewer to clarify and consolidate information learned through those shows. Please come with questions to ask to review or better understand information learned based on those episodes!! The amount of time I spend on any one topic will be determined by your questions on that topic. THIS IS THE VIEWERS CHANCE TO CREATE THEIR OWN “GRASPING SASQUATCH” EPISODE!!!If Topic Specific Questions do not occupy a lot of time, we will then have a “Free for All” Question and Answer Period, where I will Attempt to Answer ANY Sasquatch Question, Even Those Not Covered on My Show!! I'm Leaving Show Content Up to You, the Viewer!!! No, I am NOT Unprepared or Being Lazy! I Will Have Information to Tease Regarding Episode 7 Should You Not Wish to Get Your Questions Answered!! I am Simply Trying to Meet Your Needs Regarding Fight/Flight Reprogramming and Other Pressing Sasquatch Issues!!!! I HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4602609/advertisement
Neste episodio falaremos de evidencias cientificas sobre a religião, espiritualidade e saúde. Será que rezar ajuda nossa saúde mental? A fé pode ajudar nosso corpo? o que a ciencia tem para nos dizer? referencias: Stylianou, S. (2004). The Role of Religiosity in the Opposition to Drug Use. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 48(4), 429-448. https://doi.org/10.1177/0306624X03261253 VonDras, D. D., et al. “Associations between Aspects of Spiritual Well-Being, Alcohol Use, and Related Social-Cognitions in Female College Students.” Journal of Religion and Health, vol. 46, no. 4, 2007, pp. 500–15. JSTOR, http://www.jstor.org/stable/27513039. Accessed 16 Oct. 2023. Townsend M, Kladder V, Ayele H, Mulligan T. Systematic review of clinical trials examining the effects of religion on health. South Med J. 2002 Dec;95(12):1429-34. PMID: 12597312.
In this episode Sal, Adam & Justin speak to Dr. Gabrielle Lyon about the role muscle plays in overall health and longevity. We are not overfat but under-muscled. (1:57) What makes muscle so protective as an organ? (4:51) Why are doctors so slow to change their paradigm of thinking around building muscle? (7:49) How insulin resistance affects the body. (11:47) The disconnect with measuring strength vs. muscle mass. (17:33) If you want to have a healthy brain, MOVE! (22:47) How do we move the needle to get people to lift weights? (27:28) The effect muscle has on hormones. (38:33) Why are nutrition conversations steeped in politics? (46:22) How does building muscle help with organ health? (1:05:45) Why we must stop talking about protein as a generic term. (1:09:19) Creatine is an anti-aging/longevity supplement. (1:14:36) Having concerns over the anti-animal narrative. (1:18:12) The myths surrounding kids and exercise/tech. (1:22:12) How dietary cholesterol can positively affect muscle strength. (1:26:11) Feeling the responsibility to help people and change lives. (1:27:37) How actions will ALWAYS trump words. (1:31:23) Making the case for the benefits of strength training. (1:33:58) You move your body; you move your mind. (1:39:25) A PSA for EVERY trainer out there. (1:40:11) Related Links/Products Mentioned Forever Strong: A New, Science-Based Strategy for Aging Well – Book by Dr. Gabrielle Lyon For a limited time only, Mind Pump listeners get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any purchase: Visit DrinkLMNT.com/MindPump October Promotion: MAPS Bands | The Skinny Guy ‘hardgainer' Bundle 50% off! **Code OCTOBER50 at checkout** Higher weight is linked to poor brain health in children Association of Grip Strength With Risk of All-Cause Mortality, Cardiovascular Diseases, and Cancer in Community-Dwelling Populations: A Meta-analysis of Prospective Cohort Studies The Midlife Muscle Crisis: why we've gotten obesity all wrong | Gabrielle Lyon | TEDxWestMonroe The Resistance Training Revolution – Book by Sal Di Stefano Strength training can help protect the brain from degeneration D3-creatine dilution for the noninvasive measurement of skeletal muscle mass in premature infants Mind Pump #1835: Why Resistance Training Is The Best Form Of Exercise For Fat Loss And Overall Health Mind Pump #2152: How To Convince Friends & Family To Work Out Mind Pump #2075: The New Science Of Living Longer & Better With Dr. Rand McClain The effect of acute sleep deprivation on skeletal muscle protein synthesis and the hormonal environment Keto Diet May Improve Fertility in Women with PCOS, Study Finds Stanford historian traces military's influence on U.S. nutrition The food industry pays ‘influencer' dietitians to shape your eating habits Systematic review and meta-analysis of the associations of vegan and vegetarian diets with inflammatory biomarkers Plant Based Diets Won't Help | Peter Ballerstedt PhD – The Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Show Muscle-strengthening activities and cancer incidence and mortality: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources Featured Guest/People Mentioned Dr. Gabrielle Lyon (@drgabriellelyon) Instagram Dr. Rand McClain (@dr.randmcclain) Instagram Layne Norton, Ph.D. (@biolayne) Instagram Peter Ballerstedt, PhD (@grassbased) Instagram Bedros Keuilian (@bedroskeuilian) Instagram Ed Mylett (@edmylett) Instagram
YES, THIS IS A SASQUATCH RESEARCH SHOW!!! OUR CURRENT FOCUS, HOWEVER, IS SELF-HELP FOR PREPARING YOURSELF FOR A "CLASS A" SASQUATCH ENCOUNTER, OR TO COPE EVEN MORE EFFECTIVELY WITH ONE YOU'VE ALREADY HAD!!In this, the 5th Episode of this Series, I will Continue to Explore/Briefly Demonstrate the Necessary Techniques to Reprogram Your Fight/Flight Reaction in Preparation For a "Class A" Sasquatch Encounter!! After Telling a Very Brief Fight/Flight Story, I Will Offer You Guided Imagery Techniques to Enhance Relaxation and as a Basic Approach to Reprogram Your Fight/Flight Response!!! We will then move on to Stress Inoculation aka Systematic Desensitization Which, In My Opinion, Is THE MOST POWERFUL FIGHT/FLIGHT REPROGRAMMING/TRAUMA COPING TECHNIQUE I HAVE USED WITH MY PAST PTSD PATIENTS!!! Questions (typed in all CAPS) related to each Technique will be Answered after each Brief Demonstration. General Questions (typed in all CAPS) will be Answered Toward the End of the Show. Time allowing, I will Preview the Techniques to be Discussed/Briefly Demonstrated in Part 6 of this Series!IF YOU HAVE BEEN ATTENDING MY PREVIOUS SHOWS IN THE HOPES OF LEARNING SPECIFIC TECHNIQUES TO REPROGRAM YOUR FIGHT/FLIGHT RESPONSE IN PREPARATION FOR A "CLASS A" SASQUATCH ENCOUNTER OR TO GET OVER TRAUMA FROM SUCH AN ENCOUNTER; THIS EPISODE BEGINS THE MOST IMPORTANT TECHNIQUE OF THIS SERIES!!! BY ATTENDING AND SUBSCRIBING TO MY SHOWS, THIS "ABSOLUTELY MUST SEE" EPISODE WILL BEGIN TO EXPLORE THE MOST POWERFUL REPROGRAMMING/COPING TECHNIQUE IN MY ARSENAL!!! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE (IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY) AND ATTEND THIS MOST IMPORTANT AND HELPFUL EPISODE!!! I HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4602609/advertisement
The new co-host of Iron Culture, Eric Trexler, is back with another (monster) episode. In this episode we take a look at everyone's favorite hormone, testosterone. Specially, Dr. Trexler examines the role of maconutrient changes on testosterone levels. How does fat & carbohydrate intake impact a person's testosterone? We also explore body composition differences and how this can have an even larger impact on one's testosterone. Lastly after sharing the not so pleasant realities of dieting and experiencing low testosterone symptoms, Eric shares key points for maintaining a healthy level of testosterone. 00:00 Reading comments: the people know what they like (Eric) Iron Culture Ep. 243- It's Not JUST About Calories (ft. Eric Trexler) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrDV1yADIiQ 10:07 Dietary/macronutrient modifications to support or boost testosterone levels Whittaker 2021 Low-fat diets and testosterone in men: Systematic review and meta-analysis of intervention studies https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33741447/ Whittaker 2022 Low-carbohydrate diets and men's cortisol and testosterone: Systematic review and meta-analysis https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35254136/ Smith 2022 Examining the effects of calorie restriction on testosterone concentrations in men: a systematic review and meta-analysis https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34613412/ 24:53 Interpreting the effects of protein on testosterone during carbohydrate restriction 32:34 Relationship between adiposity and testosterone 41:19 When does testosterone start to drop? Keys 1952 Biology of Human Starvation https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Biology-of-Human-Starvation-Widdowson/6f38ee886f39daa656b1ac9ceb8a3c0785e100eb 54:22 Muscle hypertrophy and testosterone 1:06:38 The effect of changes in body fat levels MASS Research Review https://massresearchreview.com/ Helms 2023 Effect of Small and Large Energy Surpluses on Strength, Muscle, and Skinfold Thickness https://www.researchsquare.com/article/rs-3184470/v1 1:19:34 Other factors which may influence testosterone levels Kerksick 2018 ISSN exercise & sports nutrition review update: research & recommendations https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30068354/ 1:34:37 The Trex lore 1:42:28 Wrapping up Instagram @trexlerfitness https://www.instagram.com/trexlerfitness/?hl=en Website https://trexlerfitness.com/ MASS Research Review https://massresearchreview.com/ MASS YouTube https://www.youtube.com/@MASSResearchReview
Megan Berg and Dr. Jeanette Benigas discuss the challenges in the field of SLP and express gratitude for social media support. They encourage others to join their movement for improvement and request letters to be written to the ASHA board on the issue of the CCC. They discuss frustrations with academia and the limited influence of working SLPs in professional organizations. They emphasize the importance of measuring competency in the field. They advocate for support and fair compensation for adjunct professors and ethical practices in academia. They call for diversity, inclusivity, transparency, and accountability in decision-making and criticize financial burdens placed on members. They discuss challenges in student placement and propose a national clearing house system. They touch on the importance of removing the CCC from state licensing board, insurance, and employment requirements. Summary generated by AI and edited by a human.Speech Uncensored Podcast: How to Be Wrong the Right Way with Dr. Jordan Hazelwood.Follow us on Instagram.Find all of our information at fixslp.com and sign up for our email list to be alerted of new episodes and content.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Der böse Wolf ist mehr als ein kultureller Topos - die Rückkehr von Wildtieren nach Deutschland sorgt immer wieder für Aufregung. Dabei sind auch Fake News über vermeintlich gefährliche Wolfshybriden im Umlauf. Was ist dran an menschlichen Ängsten? Was sind "Problemwölfe" eigentlich, und würde mehr Jagd das Problem der Schäfer überhaupt lösen? Die Wissenschaftsjournalistin und Tiermedizinerin Karin Elli Lason hat die Perspektive wieder eingewanderter Wildtiere wie Wolf, Elch und Wisent recherchiert. Welches Habitat brauchen sie? Was bringen sie dem Ökosystem? Birgt ihre Rückkehr auch Gefahren wie Unfälle und Zoonosen? Im Gespräch mit Host Lucie Kluth erklärt sie, was "Umbrella Species" sind, warum der Mensch sich auch manchmal ans Wildschwein anpassen muss und wie kreativ Forschende in Skandinavien bei der Prävention von Wildtierunfällen sind. Und: Sie hat sich von Genetikern erklären lassen, wie die Pathologie falsche Fährten in populistischer Anti-Wolfs-Propaganda entlarven kann. 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Genetic Testing and Stone Disease Co-host: Kyle Wood, MD Population analysis demonstrated that genetic conditions resulting in stone disease are magnitudes higher than those seen in clinical cohorts, suggesting underdiagnosis. Urologist play a unique role as we often times have many touch points with these patient given their presentation for stone disease. With the advancement of treatments, specifically in primary hyperoxaluria, it is essential that urologist play a more active role in the earlier diagnosis of patients. Genetic testing has become readily available at lower cost and much of the perceived barriers to genetic testing are addressed by current available programs. Outline: 1. The contribution of genetics to kidney stone disease 2. Specific studies using genetic testing 3. Primary Hyperoxaluria as an example 4. Current Genetic Testing and Ease 5. The role of the Urologist References: - Hill AJ, Basourakos SP, Lewicki P, et al. Incidence of kidney stones in the United States: The Continuous National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. J Urol. 2022;207(4):851-856. - Singh P, Harris PC, Sas DJ, Lieske JC. The genetics of kidney stone disease and nephrocalcinosis. Nat Rev Nephrol. 2022;18(4):224-240. - Goldfarb DS, Fischer ME, Keich Y, Goldberg J. A twin study of genetic and dietary influences on nephrolithiasis: a report from the Vietnam Era Twin (VET) Registry. Kidney Int. 2005;67(3):1053-1061. - Daga A, Majmundar AJ, Braun DA, et al. Whole exome sequencing frequently detects a monogenic cause in early onset nephrolithiasis and nephrocalcinosis. Kidney Int. 2018;93(1):204-213. - Braun DA, Lawson JA, Gee HY, et al. Prevalence of monogenic causes in pediatric patients with nephrolithiasis or nephrocalcinosis. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2016;11(4):664-672. - Halbritter J, Baum M, Hynes AM, et al. Fourteen monogenic genes account for 15% of nephrolithiasis/nephrocalcinosis. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2015;26(3):543-551. - Knoers N, Antignac C, Bergmann C, et al. Genetic testing in the diagnosis of chronic kidney disease: recommendations for clinical practice. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2022;37(2):239-254. - Groothoff JW, Metry E, Deesker L, et al. Clinical practice recommendations for primary hyperoxaluria: an expert consensus statement from ERKNet and OxalEurope. Nat Rev Nephrol. 2023;19(3):194-211. - van der Hoeven SM, van Woerden CS, Groothoff JW. Primary hyperoxaluria type 1, a too often missed diagnosis and potentially treatable cause of end-stage renal disease in adults: results of the Dutch cohort. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2012;27(10):3855-3862. - Hopp K, Cogal AG, Bergstralh EJ, et al. Phenotype-genotype correlations and estimated carrier frequencies of primary hyperoxaluria. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2015;26(10):2559-2570. - Garrelfs SF, Frishberg Y, Hulton SA, et al. Lumasiran, an RNAi therapeutic for primary hyperoxaluria type 1. N Engl J Med. 2021;384(13):1216-1226. - Baum MA, Langman C, Cochat P, et al. PHYOX2: a pivotal randomized study of nedosiran in primary hyperoxaluria type 1 or 2. Kidney Int. 2023;103(1):207-217. - Soliman NA, Nabhan MM, Abdelrahman SM, et al. Clinical spectrum of primary hyperoxaluria type 1: Experience of a tertiary center. Nephrol Ther. 2017;13(3):176-182. - Schonauer R, Scherer L, Nemitz-Kliemchen M, et al. Systematic assessment of monogenic etiology in adult-onset kidney stone formers undergoing urological intervention-evidence for genetic pretest probability. Am J Med Genet C Semin Med Genet. 2022;190(3):279-288.
Content Warning: discussions of sexual abuse & sex trafficking This week we talk about the BBC Panorama documentary, article, podcast series about alleged sexual trafficking abuses by the ex-CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch, Mike Jefferies and his partner, Matthew Smith. Pop culture moments of the week include TikTok AI edits, Tory party conference and Transphobia from the PM & David and Victoria Beckham's new documentary We have a Patreon with TWO bonus episodes, Celebrity Corner and Bad Book Club, released each month! If you want to hear more from us, support us here! Join our Culture Gang! Email us at email@example.com and follow us on instagram @culturehangpodcast, twitter @CultureHang, TikTok @culturehangpodcast and Youtube! Links: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-66889779 World of Secrets, BBC Podcast
About the GuestDr. Brian A. Williams is Dean of the Templeton Honors College, Associate Professor of Ethics & Liberal Studies, and Dean of the College of Arts & Humanities. Before coming to Eastern, he was Lecturer in Theology and Christian Ethics at the University of Oxford and Director of Oxford Conversations, a collection of curated video interviews with leading Christian academics and scholars at Oxford.He holds an MPhil and DPhil in Christian Ethics from the University of Oxford (UK), where he was a Clarendon Scholar; an MA and ThM in Systematic and Historical Theology from Regent College (Vancouver, Canada); and a BA in Biblical Studies from Ozark Christian College (Joplin, MO).His current research examines the tradition of Didascalic Christian Humanism, focusing on the works of Hugh of St. Victor, Philip Melanchthon, and John Henry Newman. Dr. Williams' broader academic interests include virtue ethics, Christian and Muslim political thought, Karl Barth's theology and politics, classical education, and Dante Alighieri's Commedia. He is the author of The Potter's Rib: The History, Theology, and Practice of Mentoring for Pastoral Formation (Regent College Publishing); co-editor of Everyday Ethics: Moral Theology and the Practices of Ordinary Life (Georgetown University Press); and General Editor of Principia: A Journal of Classical Education.Dr. Williams is also a National Alcuin Fellow and a Research Fellow with the Institute of Classical Education.He is married to Kim Williams and has three children: Ilia, Brecon, and Maeve.Show NotesWonder and great questions about Classical Education are beautifully described in this interview with Dr. Brian Williams. Adrienne Freas presents the questions that parents are asking. What exactly do we mean by the Tradition of Classical Education? Some Topics and Ideas in this Episode Include: Frescoes can be used to vividly describe the Classical Tradition and why Classical Education is beautiful. The spirit of inquiry and how scholars benefit from an education rooted in questions Great questions bring about compelling conversations. How to find a classical school that reflects the Tradition?-- What are we looking for that reflects the tradition? What is beauty?-- How materials and culture provide a way to flourish as human persons Resources MentionedPrincipia: A Journal of Classical Education: Volume 2, Issue 1, 2023: Editor's Introduction: Principia Tradition & Classical EducationCair Paravel Latin School, founded in 1980Templeton Honors CollegeThe Great Books of the Western WorldRaphael Frescoes discussed that are in the Vatican: Scuola di Ateni or School of Athens La Disputa or Disputation of the Holy Sacrament II Parnaso or Parnassus Chris Hall (the bird expert)... here is the episode we interviewed him on in Season 1.KierkegaardDostoevskyPoetic Knowledge by James TaylorDivine Comedy by Dante_______________________________________________________Want to learn more about Classical Education? Check out our NEW Snapshots Series! ________________________________________________________Whether you are a teacher or a parent, ask yourself… What is the purpose of education? What is the beginning of education, AND does it ever come to an end? What type of education is best, and what type of education might I or my child pursue in the future? Let us help you discover what a beautiful education should look like. Where Should I Start? Subscribe to this Podcast on your favorite podcast app! Meet our Team, Explore our Resources and Take advantage of our Services! This podcast is produced by Beautiful Teaching, LLC.Support this podcast: ★ Support this podcast ★ _________________________________________________________Credits:Sound Engineer: Andrew HelselLogo Art: Anastasiya CFMusic: Vivaldi's Concerto for 2 Violins in B flat major, RV529 : Lana Trotovsek, violin Sreten Krstic, violin with Chamber Orchestra of Slovenian Philharmonic © 2023 Beautiful Teaching LLC. All Rights Reserved
In commodity trading, where volatility reigns supreme, finding an edge can be daunting. In this episode of The Derivative, we switch up our normal Commodity Trading talk with our non-trend following guest, Jae-Min Hyun of NWOne. With extensive experience in commodities trading and a quant background that spans Wall Street firms, hedge funds, and a new talent incubator, Jae-Min brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. Join us as we explore the intricate intricacies of building a systematic commodity trading strategy using fundamental inputs instead of just price, why inefficiencies equal edge, the importance of risk management, the role of machine learning, and the rest of the challenges of navigating this dynamic market. Jae-Min Hyun's insights shed light on the complexities of this niche within the world of finance, offering valuable perspectives for both seasoned traders and those seeking to understand the nuances of commodity trading — SEND IT! Chapters: 00:00-01:32= Intro 01:33-15:49= NYC is wet, but back! An early start at Morgan Stanley constructing commodities & building Quants 15:50-29:25= Exacting Alpha in inefficiencies, market fundamentals, directional futures & diversification 29:26-43:20= Calendar spreads (delivering exposure) and all models working in concert 43:21-54:04= Why only commodities? Research, systematic strategies & the competition 54:05-01:05:46= Commodity exposure, alpha generation & A.I. in quant trading From the episode: NWOne Diversified Strategy The Predictors - Book Semi-Annual Rankings Whitepaper Follow along with Jae-Min on LinkedIn and for more information visit NWOne's website www.nwone-llc.com Don't forget to subscribe to The Derivative, follow us on Twitter at @rcmAlts and our host Jeff at @AttainCap2, or LinkedIn , and Facebook, and sign-up for our blog digest. Disclaimer: This podcast is provided for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal, business, or tax advice. All opinions expressed by podcast participants are solely their own opinions and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of RCM Alternatives, their affiliates, or companies featured. Due to industry regulations, participants on this podcast are instructed not to make specific trade recommendations, nor reference past or potential profits. And listeners are reminded that managed futures, commodity trading, and other alternative investments are complex and carry a risk of substantial losses. As such, they are not suitable for all investors. For more information, visit www.rcmalternatives.com/disclaimer
This episode is sponsored by Masterworks Jason Halliwell is the head of GMO's Systematic Global Macro team and a partner of the firm. GMO is a leading value-oriented asset manager with $60bn under management. Jason joined GMO in September 1999 from Westpac Investment Management where he spent three years in research and development of quantitative tactical asset allocation methods. In the podcast, we talk about equity views, why systematic works in macro, how to think about value investing, and much more. Follow us here for more amazing insights: https://macrohive.com/home-prime/ https://twitter.com/Macro_Hive https://www.linkedin.com/company/macro-hive
Retirement is an opportune time for people to establish new healthy routines. Exercise and nutritional interventions are promising in the prevention and treatment of sarcopenic obesity. The authors of this featured article conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis to assess the effectiveness of nutritional and exercise interventions for the treatment of sarcopenic obesity in persons of retirement age. Join us this episode as editor-in-chief Dr. Douglas Taren speaks with Doris Eglseer and Lea Reiter from Institute of Nursing Science, Medical University of Graz, about their thoughts on their findings.
“Your optimized portfolio isn't optimal if you can't trade it.” Paul Kamenski and Robert Lam, co-heads of credit for Man Numeric, join Noel Hebert and Sam Geier of Bloomberg Intelligence on the Credit Crunch podcast to talk about the evolution and outlook for systematic credit. Trade automation, training models and why systemic credit is still in it's early stages of growth. Credit Crunch is part of the FICC Focus podcast series.
Anthony Casuccio returns to the music scene with a fresh offering that promises to captivate audiences anew. His latest creation, Systematic, is a five-song odyssey that builds upon the foundation laid by his previous EP, Emotional Lockdown. This sophomore release marks a deliberate departure from his guitar-centric rock origins, showcasing a bold evolution in his sound.In Systematic, Anthony crafts a musical landscape characterized by irresistibly catchy melodies and meticulously crafted EDM-infused pop compositions. Drawing inspiration from luminaries such as The National, Martin Garrix, and Gryffin, he unveils a musical identity that marries his enduring passion for the guitar with a contemporary sonic palette. His guitar solos, more compelling than ever, serve as an anchor for devoted fans while inviting new listeners into his sonic universe. The album's inaugural single, Lighthouse, radiates love and positivity, setting the tone for the journey that follows.Life's relentless pace finds its reflection in the five tracks that comprise Systematic. Anthony's artistry becomes a mirror through which love, loss, and opportunity are explored, offering listeners a chance to connect with the universal human experience.This musical venture was born and nurtured within Anthony's personal sanctuary, his own studio, where he orchestrates his mixing and mastering endeavours under the banner of Xtream Audio. With a distinguished career spanning a quarter-century, Anthony's prowess in audio production has earned him acclaim, with three Grammy nominations, gold record accolades, and placements in a diverse array of television shows and commercials. His production wizardry has propelled numerous compositions to the zenith of Billboard's Dance charts. Anthony's mastery extends to the remastering realm, where he's entrusted with revitalizing the works of legends such as Johnny Cash, Tony Bennett, and Roy Orbison.As the guiding force behind his band, A&L, Anthony has steered them to great heights, achieving chart-topping success worldwide. Notching an impressive nine top 20 hits with the band and three solo tracks scaling various U.K. indie music charts, their music resonates in over 70 countries across Europe and the United States. His solo endeavours have borne fruit, with three songs breaking into the top 20 in the UK, including the soaring success of Love is the Answer, which peaked at an impressive #8 on the UK Independent charts.With Systematic, Anthony Casuccio invites listeners on a musical journey that transcends genres, a testament to his boundless creativity and enduring dedication to his craft. This latest release promises to be a milestone in an already illustrious career, setting the stage for a future filled with innovative, genre-defying musical expressions. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Philadelphia is renowned for various iconic symbols, including the Liberty Bell, Rocky Balboa, the famous Philly cheesesteak, and, most recently, RCM's Live Panel Discussion "Is 60/40 Dead? Can Alternatives Fill the Void?" This engaging panel discussion features industry leaders Tim Pickering, Corey Hoffstein, and Brian Meloon, with the insightful Kevin Davitt giving an insightful intro. It was so compelling that we decided to turn it into an episode of the Derivative podcast. We kick off our discussion by diving into the rapidly evolving landscape of the index options market and the financial industry as a whole. Explore the critical role of adaptability in the face of exponential technological advancements, with a spotlight on NASDAQ's MDX options leading the way. But there's more! Tim Pickering, Corey Hoffstein, and Brian Meloon share pivotal moments from their careers, emphasizing the importance of innovation during challenging periods. We'll also delve into quantitative investing strategies, the intriguing concept of return stacking in ETFs, and why diversification is necessary in your investment portfolio — SEND IT! Chapters: 00:00-01:31 = Intro 01:32-14:18 = Adapting to a changing landscape with Kevin Davitt 14:19-22:24 = Introductions: Ah Ha! moments – what got you in the industry 22:25-36:38 = Adapting to market shifts 36:39-43:39 = Why should you care? 43:40-59:43 = What are investors looking for – Why Commodities? Why Systematic? Why Leverage? 59:44-01:04:25 = Why now? 01:04:26-01:17:17 = Open for questions From the episode: Flirting with Models podcast Liquidity Cascades – Newfound Research Follow along with Tim Pickering on Twitter @AuspiceTim, Corey Hoffstein @choffstein and Brian Meloon on LinkedIn Don't forget to subscribe to The Derivative, follow us on Twitter at @rcmAlts and our host Jeff at @AttainCap2, or LinkedIn , and Facebook, and sign-up for our blog digest. Disclaimer: This podcast is provided for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal, business, or tax advice. All opinions expressed by podcast participants are solely their own opinions and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of RCM Alternatives, their affiliates, or companies featured. Due to industry regulations, participants on this podcast are instructed not to make specific trade recommendations, nor reference past or potential profits. And listeners are reminded that managed futures, commodity trading, and other alternative investments are complex and carry a risk of substantial losses. As such, they are not suitable for all investors. For more information, visit www.rcmalternatives.com/disclaimer