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No issue is out of bounds on “Going Deep: Sports In The 21st Century”. Hosts John and Marcia Mount Shoop explore some of the most pressing issues in sports and our society today, like race, gender, religion, and inequality. For the Shoops, a W.I.N. is when listeners Wonder, Investigate, and Notice the dynamics of sports in a new way.
 
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The Backstage Pass Radio is a weekly show hosted by Diva Taunia and Jean Powergirl. The first hour of the show is hosted by Diva Taunia, award-winning professional musician and 8.5 year successful gastric bypass post-op. The top half of the show is dedicated to topics involving weight loss surgery, obesity, general health, and women's issues. The second half of the show is hosted by Jean Powergirl, a retired Texas family law trial lawyer and painter who focuses on international women's issue ...
 
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Today on Boston Public Radio: Stacey Abrams talks about what voters and politicians need to do to safeguard democracy, after Republicans blocked the Democrats’ voting rights bill in Congress. She also weighs in on the status of Democratic negotiations over President Joe Biden’s spending bill. Abrams is a voting rights activist, former Georgia State…
 
Members of the National Nurses United Union at Mission Hospital marched outside the building Thursday morning, asking for a solution to a staff shortage across departments. Dozens of nurses gathered including a person dressed in a death costume with a sign reading “Unsafe staffing is good for business.” Others were dressed in scrubs, coats and mask…
 
In 2019, tastytrade studied the effectiveness of a short strangle’s buying power reduction as an estimator for worst case loss. The reason for this conclusion is that before 2020, there was never a loss on a 16∆ strangle in SPY that exceeded the initial BPR, including 2008. Did the move in 2020 change this conclusion? In 2020, we saw three occurren…
 
BPR is launching several new programs this Sunday including a show centered on the voices and stories of Appalachia. BPR spoke with the hosts of Inside Appalachia ahead of this weekend’s debut: Lilly Knoepp: I’m Lilly Knoepp, the regional reporter for Blue Ridge Public Radio. I’m here with West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s show Inside Appalachia …
 
Members of the National Nurses United Union at Mission Hospital marched outside the building Thursday morning, asking for a solution to a staff shortage across departments. Dozens of nurses gathered including a person dressed in a death costume with a sign reading “Unsafe staffing is good for business.” Others were dressed in scrubs, coats and mask…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd begins the show by talking about what he thinks will get cut from the Democrats’ spending bill, and what “reconciliation” actually means. Todd is the moderator of “Meet the Press,” host of “Meet the Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News. Then, we asked listeners if they plan to get th…
 
Outside of Old Fort, the Western North Carolina railroad bends around Andrews Geyser. The man-made fountain is named after the vice president of the company that owned the railroad, built in the 1870’s. Now, the thousands of laborers who did the work are finally memorialized at the site too.By Matt Bush
 
Outside of Old Fort, the Western North Carolina railroad bends around Andrews Geyser. The man-made fountain is named after the vice president of the company that owned the railroad, built in the 1870’s. Now, the thousands of laborers who did the work are finally memorialized at the site too.By Matt Bush
 
Since there are no options on cryptos, we cannot directly find implied volatility. Instead we look at using Bitcoin’s historical volatility as a proxy for market volatility. Over the past year, we have seen Bitcoin’s volatility rest between 50% and 120%. In the equity markets, when volatility is high, correlation nears 1. Does this happen in the cr…
 
When diners visit Seattle steakhouse Bateau, they’ll find steakhouse staples such as prime rib and filet alongside more obscure cuts like ranch and coulotte. Award-winning food writer Corby Kummer joined Boston Public Radio on Wednesday to share his thoughts on Bateau’s efforts to become an environmentally sustainable steakhouse, following New York…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Art Caplan discusses the first ever successful genetically modified kidney transplant, which could be a breakthrough for those waiting for transplants. He also talks about the latest in mixing vaccines for booster shots. Caplan is the Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor and founding head of the Divisi…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We begin the show by asking listeners what Massachusetts’ paid family and medical leave means to them, as the program comes under threat at the federal level in Congress. Trenni Kusnierek talks about the Washington State University’s firing of football coach Nick Rolovich after his refusal to get the COVID-19 vaccine, …
 
This recent moderate IV spike has been met by a rapid contraction where premium levels declined by around 40% on average. Short-lived pops in IV are one of the keys to a premium seller’s success. By staying small over time, it is much easier (financially and psychologically) to scale up during these “pops” and see the above-average decay in action.…
 
Whether on stage or on the page, Gina Cornejo has always brought a focus and fluidity to her identity. For now, she uses the pronouns she/her and they/them. “This is me in my own transition of, not only in this time of coming into my own voice within my work, but coming to my own very gentle identifying as queer, identifying as a queer female, even…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: EJ Dionne discusses the death of former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, and the status of Democratic negotiations over President Joe Biden’s spending bill. Dionne is a columnist for The Washington Post and a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution. His latest book is "Code Red: How Progressives And Moderates C…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Rep. Katherine Clark discusses President Joe Biden’s spending plan, including the importance of childcare funding, and updates listeners on the state of Democratic negotiations. Clark is assistant house speaker and represents the Fifth District of Massachusetts. Then, we ask listeners about their thoughts on vaccine ma…
 
Through our research, we have shown time and time again that selling premium at 45 DTE provides a well-rounded risk-return...but what happens when we trade lower DTE? Key Takeaways: Shorter DTE trades should have different entry criteria if you choose to trade them...similar to earnings trades, stay extra small and define risk to sustain the increa…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: Chuck Todd begins the show by talking about the possible effect of supply chain shortages on approval ratings of President Joe Biden as the holidays near. He also discusses what programs might have to give in order to pass Biden’s spending plan. Todd is the moderator of “Meet the Press,” host of “Meet the Press Daily” …
 
Natural gas has remained range bound between 2009 and 2021, but in the last month, broke out to above $6. While it is pulling back now, this acts as an indication to where the risk is when trading natural gas. With equities, the risk lies to the downside as investors and traders worry about their assets going to zero. With natural gas, the risk lie…
 
“Searching For Jimmy Page” isn’t merely the title of Christy Hallberg’s debut novel. It was an obsession that once compelled Hallberg to hatch a wild plan to meet the Led Zeppelin guitarist. In 2005, Hallberg learned that Page and Brian May of Queen were to judge a guitar competition in London. Hallberg flew there and worked her way backstage at th…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We begin the show by talking about GBH’s new multi-media series, “The Big Quit,” and asking listeners what they have quit in their lives since the start of the pandemic. Art Caplan discusses the first FDA authorization of e-cigarettes and the ethics of jumping the line for booster shots. Caplan is the Drs. William F. a…
 
Today on Boston Public Radio: We begin the show by asking listeners whether or not they think Donald Trump will run in the 2024 Presidential Election. Trenni Kusnierek updates listeners on the latest sports news, including Jon Gruden’s resignation as coach of the Las Vegas Raiders following the release of homophobic, racist and misogynistic emails,…
 
Considering that calls are cheaper to begin with than puts, why would we ever sell calls? Although calls are cheaper and more susceptible to positive market drift over time, the worst case outlier is far less dangerous than the put side (for SPY). Even in the above-average bull market since 2005, selling 16∆ calls in SPY basically broke even, and t…
 
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