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Host Mike Regan is joined each week by expert guests to discuss the main themes influencing global markets. He explores everything from stocks to bonds to currencies and commodities, and how each asset class affects trading in the others. Whether you’re a financial professional or just a curious retirement saver, What Goes Up keeps you apprised of the latest buzz on Wall Street and what the wildest movements in markets will mean for your investments.
 
Johnny Depp might have played Donnie Brasco in the Academy Award-nominated film, but the real-life hero is Joe Pistone. Pistone came up on the mean streets of Patterson, New Jersey before going deep undercover and spending six years inside the Bonanno and Columbo crime families. In the new podcast “Deep Cover-The Real Donnie Brasco,” Joe Pistone shares the true stories of his time with The Mob to his friend, and our host, actor Leo Rossi. If you loved the Sopranos--“Fuhggedaboutit”--this is ...
 
April Kae knows what it’s like to feel stuck as a creative. For years, she worked jobs from Wall Street to Public Radio. But on the two-year anniversary of landing her “dream job,” she realized she wasn’t dreaming big enough. So, she quit to pursue creativity full-time. Since then, April has built a six-figure freelance creative business, cultivating careers in music, modeling, and social media. And now, she’s here to help you get unstuck and live your creative dreams, too. On "I See What Yo ...
 
Confessions Of A Market Maker brings 20 years of Wall Street educational trading experience, coupled with entertaining stories; both in and away from the markets. The podcast is Co-Hosted by former 20 year Market Maker, JJ (@vwaptrader1) & Poker Professional/trader, Ray (@AllxDayxRayx), who are occasionally joined by guests of high esteem in the industry. Confessions Of A Market Maker has quickly become one of the highest viewed and popular podcasts in the finance/trading space.
 
Author of THE DARK PATH Isaac Weishaupt hosts this show focused on pop culture and its role in the occult agenda to instill ritualistic symbolism in entertainment! This podcast provides unbiased opinions and discussion on the symbolism, theories, pop culture, music, film, gossip and celebrity tabloids; in a safe and positive light with respect to all opinions and world views. Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illuminati” and its infi ...
 
Welcome to Cleveland, a city plagued by joblessness, riddled with abandoned buildings, and one of the most dangerous cities in America. There is only one man big enough to put this city on his back: V.I. With a voice and style like no other, his aggressive nature demands respect. Cleveland born and raised, V.I. is a true product of the city that birthed him. He has figuratively and literally put the city on his back. He represents the true sentiment of the people in the streets, not the glam ...
 
Tufts University and Shareable.net present Cities@Tufts, a special eight-session series exploring community innovations in urban planning. The live discussions are moderated by professor Julian Agyeman and the podcast is hosted by Shareable's Tom Llewellyn. The sessions will focus on topics such as Environmental justice vs White Supremacy in the 21st century; Sacred Civics: What would it mean to build seven generation cities; Organizing for Food Sovereignty; From Spatializing Culture to Soci ...
 
Dice Fiends is an actual play podcast featuring a wonderful cast of chuckle-friends. Our story is similar to many: in an attempt to have fun one late Saturday evening, 6 strangers came together for a one-shot, but had so much fun that we extended that one-shot into a two-shot… and then a three-shot… and then we turned it into a whole campaign! Since then, we've expanded beyond Dungeons and Dragons and to other games systems for one shots such as Hardwired Island or Shadowrun Anarchy and we h ...
 
Tired of being gaslight by progressive media? Wanna fight back against deceptive narratives being pushed across the globe? At the Lucas Skrobot show we tear down cultural & geopolitical events giving you the context you need to expose the worldviews driving the cultural agendas of our day. Ultimately connecting back to why it matters to your world, and how to order our lives and society to own the future. Join Lucas Skrobot and follow the show on your favorite podcasts app today to understan ...
 
A network of podcasts under several genres relating to the retro pop culture field and how these features are relevant to everyone today. Retro doesn't mean old. It's about a style and a vibe that gives you your passion. These podcasts will consist of classic radio dramas and commentary from Jim Romanovich, blogs, new interviews from individuals who contributed to the pop culture experience, and high-end audio documentaries.
 
Arthur George Morrison was an English author and journalist known for his realistic novels about London's East End and for his detective stories. Morrison's most famous novel is A Child of the Jago, published in 1896, The novel described in graphic detail living conditions in the East End, including the permeation of violence into everyday life (it was a barely fictionalized account of life in the Old Nichol Street Rookery). (Introduction by Wikipedia and Algy Pug) Other works in the trilogy ...
 
Beyond the Lecture is a podcast from the American Academy in Berlin featuring short interviews with distinguished American thought-leaders in political science, economics, journalism and the arts. New York Office American Academy in Berlin, Inc. 14 East 60th Street, Suite 604 New York, NY 10022 USA Berlin Office American Academy in Berlin GmbH Hans Arnhold Center Am Sandwerder 17-19 14109 Berlin Germany
 
I'm sure you've asked yourself those questions... I mean, what are s*x-workers really doing ?! Is it a pretty woman experience, a street-corner-drug-ridden one ? Are the workers enjoying what they do or do it as a blast chance to make barely enough money to survive ? Is they're shame, is the money good, what do our parents think ?! All of those questions and many more will be answered to in this podcast, many guests from different sides of the industry will join, and all the juicy sorties wi ...
 
Beat conventional advice on personal finance, investing, and business with the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki. Get ahead with his pull-no-punches style of challenging the advice we’ve all been given on money, investing, and the economy. Frustrated and frightened by the financial advice being given by the mainstream talking heads, Robert Kiyosaki sits down with professionals from the world of money, investing, business, and personal development. Listeners will be provided variou ...
 
Ready to get the story behind the story? Get up close and personal to the world’s top authors, including Amazon, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and New York Times Bestsellers, as they share the real scoop behind writing a book and the power of the personal story. Join Alicia Dunams, founder of Bestseller in a Weekend, as she hosts Authoring Life, the show that delivers perspective and possibility from the pages of real life.
 
Welcome to TechTalk Radio, a weekly podcast brought to you by real estate intelligence provider EG. Each week TechTalk Radio hosts Emily Wright and Samantha McClary bring you interviews with the brightest brains in all things technology, data and innovation in the world of real estate. Listen in for everything from the impact of AI on human jobs to how tech will enable us to build better, cleaner and more useful environments for generations to come, with a little light entertainment thrown in.
 
Great Quarter, Guys covers the state of freight from a data driven research powered approach. FreightWaves FreightIntel Research Team dives deep into the numbers, surveys, and people who drive the decisions behind the nation's movement of goods and the surface transportation of freight. Kevin Hill, Andrew Cox and special guests break it all down for you on a weekly basis.
 
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We're spending time with Phil, Alice, Elliott, Julius, and the kids in a pair of shows from one of radio's best sitcoms. First, a new start time for the show causes trouble between Phil and his musicians (originally aired on NBC on September 30, 1951). Then, the kids are pressing Phil for a pool (originally aired on NBC on May 17, 1953).…
 
Our worldwide footprint has EXPANDED! We’re currently debuting in more than 73 countries! Thank you so much to everyone who has tuned in across the globe – we’d be nothing without your support. On this smokin’ hot, new episode of Light ‘Em Up … We have the high honor and privilege to sit and talk with a true role model – a dear friend of mine and a…
 
The opposition Labour party was consumed by infighting this week after Sir Keir Starmer botched a shadow cabinet reshuffle, leading to questions about whether he can survive as leader. Did Starmer overreact and is Labour facing a civil war? Plus, we discuss this year's Queen's Speech and whether the Johnson government's legislative agenda is bold o…
 
A shockingly high reading in the consumer price index landed with a bang in markets this week. Zachary Griffiths, a macro strategist with Wells Fargo, joined the “What Goes Up” podcast to discuss what inflation pressures he’s got his eye on and why he doesn’t think the latest numbers will cause the Federal Reserve to begin tapering its pace of asse…
 
P.M. Edition for May 14. Good Use, a small juice company in the Bay Area, started 2020 with hundreds of customers. But it was one of tens of thousands of small businesses forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving its employees scrambling. Our workplace and careers reporter Lauren Weber joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss the fallo…
 
Saturday, 15 May 2021 This is Fear and Greed's Weekend Edition, helping you to catch up on the big stories of the week. Sean Aylmer gives his take on the week's business news, including: The biggest story The unsung story (the one trying to fly under the radar) The most remarkable story Sean's favourite story Support the show: https://fearandgreed.…
 
We hear from the Clare camps ahead of a hectic weekend of National League action with the Clare senior hurlers and footballers along with the senior and junior camogie sides all in action.Clare selector Ken Ralph gives his views ahead of the weekend while Clare FM's commentary team Syl O'Connor & Tommy Guilfoyle look ahead to clash of Brian Lohan's…
 
On Sunday's Hindsight, Rebecca O'Sullivan looked back at some of the biggest and some of the best stories of the week. This week's edition focused on the controversy caused by the planned six-foot tall Púca of Ennistymon statue and features local opposition, expert analysis of the Púca's place in Irish mythology and the perspective of the sculptor …
 
On this episode of Clare Means Business, Josh speaks to Quin man and CEO of the Western Development Commission Tomas O Siochain, about a new online portal that has been launched specifically aimed at attracting employees to county Clare and the west coast of Ireland.He'll also hear about a company in Shannon which has received multi-million euro fu…
 
As Everton prepare to welcome Sheffield United to Goodison Park on Sunday, join Adam Jones, Chris Beesley and Gavin Buckland for the latest Royal Blue podcast. Fresh from the goalless draw at Villa Park, the panel discuss the lack of creativity against Aston Villa without James Rodriguez and the omission of Tom Davies from Carlo Ancelotti’s midfiel…
 
It IS possible to implement a Basic Income for artists and art workers, according to Social Justice Ireland. The Think-Tank’s latest study shows that the Government could honour its commitment to pilot a Universal Basic Income by introducing a Basic Income for artists as proposed recently by the Arts and Culture Recovery Taskforce Report. They feel…
 
Cases of the Indian coronavirus variant have more than doubled in the last week, and Nadhim Zahawi, the vaccines minister, this morning said that jabs could be deployed in areas with higher case loads to contain its spread. Will the variant delay the 21 June unlocking? Cindy Yu speaks to James Forsyth and Katy Balls. Listen to the podcast Cindy men…
 
A.M. Edition for May 14. WSJ's Rochelle Toplensky discusses Internal Revenue Service attention on cryptocurrency investors. WSJ's Betsy McKay on the continuing search for clues about the origin of the Covid-19 pandemic. And, air travelers face new frustrations. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Airbnb’s first-quarter revenues showed a strong recovery in travel in the US as pandemic restrictions eased, and Netflix tries to adjust as it moves from streaming industry disruptor to defensive incumbent. Plus, Elon Musk rocked the cryptocurrency market when he announced Tesla will no longer accept bitcoin as payment. The FT’s markets editor, Kat…
 
P.M. Edition for May 13. President Biden and Congressional leaders remain at odds over the scope of a national infrastructure plan and how to pay for it. White House reporter Ken Thomas joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss the sticking points, and whether a deal is likely. Plus, the CDC is easing mask restrictions for people who are fully vaccina…
 
Friday 14 May 2021 Tech stocks tumble as investors desert last year’s darlings, looking for better value elsewhere. Also today: Federal Opposition leader Anthony Albanese presents an alternate budget which highlights affordable housing as an election issue. Crown Resorts edges towards winning a licence to run a casino in NSW. And why car companies …
 
Cabinet has signed off on amendments to the Fair Deal scheme which covers the cost of nursing home care.New legislation will introduce a three-year cap on financial contributions for farmers and small business owners, when calculating the cost for nursing home care.Currently, they have to set aside 7.5 percent of the value of their land every year …
 
On Thursday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to the man behind the controversial Púca of Ennistymon statue - proposed to be erected in the town. Aidan Harte, a sculptor living in Dublin, found himself and his artwork in the spotlight, following local resident's objections to the statue on the grounds that they felt it bore a demonic presence and …
 
A.M. Edition for May 13. WSJ's Felicia Schwartz discusses what is behind the fighting unfolding in Israel. The Colonial Pipeline restarts operations after a cyberattack. WSJ's Caitlin Ostroff has more on Tesla's decision to suspend bitcoin payments. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
US stocks suffered their worst losses in months and government bonds also fell after government data showed the US inflation rate jumped to a 13-year high, and the Colonial pipeline has resumed operations following last week’s ransomware attack. Plus, the FT’s Taylor Nicole Rogers discusses a labour shortage in the US that is making it hard for emp…
 
Brendan and Zach are joined by Kevin Mahadeo to discuss CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON. They dive deep into the movie, discuss listener feedback and decide the connection for the next movie in the Ladder. The Ladder discussion begins at 1:27:41. So (re)watch the film (currently streaming on Starz or for rental) and listen along to the discussion. T…
 
As war breaks out in the Middle East, pipelines are held ransom in USA, and India continues to be shaken . . . we IGNORE all of that and talk about something far more important--the art of Bonsai. We IGNORE the urgency of the hour (even though there is much to be had) to we focus on the LONG view of our lives. The 24 hr news and anxiety cycle drive…
 
P.M. Edition for May 12. Consumer prices jumped 4.2% in April from a year earlier, the biggest increase since 2008 and larger than what economists had expected. This is raising concerns about whether higher inflation is here to stay. Economics editor Nell Henderson joins host Annmarie Fertoli with more on what the latest data means for consumers an…
 
Thursday 13 May 2021 The federal budget gets a broad tick of approval, with business leaders exuberant about the tax cuts and spending. Also today: Commonwealth Bank announces a bumper March quarter profit, off the back of higher business lending. Australia agrees to buy 25 million doses of the Moderna vaccine. And the value of Australian farmland …
 
Mediawatch’s weekly catch-up with Lately. This week Hayden Donnell talks to Karyn Hay about a magazine telling the full story of an SS soldier who became a "hometown hero" and a tourism pioneer here - and another mag's in-depth account of Tom Scott's piles. Also - reporting Covid vaccines without fueling doubts and the doubters; the government push…
 
The Irish Tourism Industry Confederation are calling for a one-off bank holiday to be introduced in September to boost the tourism sector. With expectations that this summer will be one of domestic tourism, the group are calling for this extra bank holiday as a means of extending the summer season. On Wednesday's Morning Focus, Gavin Grace spoke to…
 
On Monday, intercounty travel resumed once more in what’s being called ‘The Big Reopening’.For some businesses, this means the domestic tourism industry has opened up early - despite the hospitality sector not due to reopen until June 2nd. One such business is Doolin Ferry - who employ 45 locals for the summer season in Doolin. The company missed o…
 
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