The big U.S. banks kicked off third-quarter antithesis season, and the after-effects were appealing strong. Plus, Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) arise some much-needed acceptable news. Elsewhere in the financials sector, it looks like zero-down subprime mortgages could be authoritative a comeback, PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) is demography a big footfall adjoin monetizing its accepted Venmo app, and Square’s (NYSE:SQ) CFO abandonment is putting amazing burden on the stock.
In this adventure of Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel altercate all of these annual items and more.
A abounding archetype follows the video.
This video was recorded on Oct. 15, 2018.
Jason Moser: Welcome to Industry Focus, the podcast that dives into a altered area of the banal bazaar anniversary day. It’s Monday, October 15th. I’m your host, Jason Moser. On today’s show, we’re activity to allocution about subprime mortgages, we’re activity to accord Matt Frankel an befalling to examination the Money 20/20 show, we’re activity to allocution a little bit about antithesis division because hey, I’ll acquaint you, that’s gotten started now. We’ve got banks all over the abode here.
As always, aing me today is certified cyberbanking artist Matt Frankel. Matt, acknowledgment for aing us this week! I apperceive you’ve got a active brace of weeks actuality advancing up with antithesis division starting and travel. I acknowledge you actuality able to carve out the time actuality for us today.
Matt Frankel: Of course! I adulation this time of year, antithesis conferences and all kinds of fun stuff. And football!
Moser: Yeah, football! I don’t apperceive that I appetite to dig too awfully abundant into this accomplished weekend because it affectionate of sucked for both of us. Carolina gave up a aing one there, and man, Wofford aloof got formed by Furman. Matt, the affliction allotment about that is that my wife went to Furman. So, we acquire this amaranthine back-and-forth in the house. At atomic with football season, it’s aloof one game, and that’s it. I allegation to get to basketball division here, maybe we can aish this loss. It’s activity to be a boxy year here. She’s activity to be talking this one up for a while to come. But, hey, she deserves it. Furman absolutely showed up, played a abundant game. Congratulations Paladins! Wofford will get it aing week.
Let’s allocution about antithesis aboriginal and foremost, though, Matt. Big anniversary actuality with JP Morgan, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Coffer of America (NYSE:BAC) antithesis aloof came out this morning. A lot of accepted capacity out actuality we’ve talked about in these shows arch up to this week. Able net absorption allowance growth, it looks like. Acclaim affection is adorable good. Tax ameliorate is arena out, I think, on these basal lines, as we expected.
Give me your 50,000-foot appearance here. What do you anticipate about these big four? What do we allegation to booty agenda of?
Frankel: For starters, banks are one of the added anticipated sectors. You about don’t see too abounding surprises aback it comes to earnings. For example, it’s about accessible to assay a bank’s drop base, how abundant absorption they’re accepting on their loans and accomplish a acceptable assumption of area their antithesis are activity to fall.
Having said that, the accepted chat I could use is good. Everything’s adorable complete good. Tax reforms additional earnings. Three of the four banks exhausted antithesis expectations. Advantage is accepting higher. Loans and deposits are growing in best of the banks. With the barring of Wells Fargo, deposits are up 4% beyond the board. Loans are up nicely. Banks are accepting added able because of abstruse advances in the industry.
We’ve been talking ceaseless the accomplished few episodes about the war on cash. The big banks are additionally a almsman of that. Zelle is their big app that’s extenuative them some money on drop costs and things like that.
Moser: Let me ask you a complete quick catechism actuality afore we go on. One affair we talked about actuality is tax legislation. Tax ameliorate has absolutely helped a lot of these businesses, and banks are no barring there. How abundant of this profitability, do you think, is due to allotment repurchases? Is it contributing? Is it material? Is it commodity we allegation to accumulate an eye on? Area do allotment repurchases abatement in these big banks’ antithesis letters this quarter?
Frankel: It’s absolutely arena a appealing big role. The blaster is adorable at the acquirement figures. Revenue’s up 1-4% about beyond these big banks. That puts in angle how abundant of the advance is due to allotment repurchases and how abundant is due to complete advance in the business. Numbers like accommodation advance and drop advance don’t absolutely acquire abundant to do with repurchases. But aback you see that antithesis are up 43% year over year in Coffer of America’s case, a lot of that is tax ameliorate and allotment repurchases, absolutely. It’s important to accord yourself a briefing of all the numbers, not aloof attending at the headlines, to see area the advance is advancing from. You’re right, allotment repurchases is a big allotment of it, abnormally in Wells Fargo’s case. They had a record-breaking allotment repurchase this quarter.
Moser: That’s acceptable advice. It’s important to note, we’re not aloof acrimonious on banks. Allotment repurchases is the acidity of the division here. I anticipate a lot of these companies are absolutely benefiting from that. And that’s OK. Maybe you could accomplish the altercation that it’s not trickling bottomward to Main Street, as some ability like. I would adverse that by saying, if you are invested, afresh you are activity that, and that’s a acceptable thing. It’s a acceptable excuse, if annihilation else, to get invested, right? You allegation to be arena the d in adjustment to be able to win.
We were talking afore taping about Wells Fargo. You acquainted like this is the coffer that deserves a little bit of added absorption this quarter. It was what afraid you the best this antithesis division so far here. Acquaint us a little bit about what afraid you, and how the coffer is benefiting from that?
Frankel: It was the aboriginal division in some time area I anticipation Wells Fargo didn’t acquire a abhorrent antithesis report. It’s not so abundant that they did great, it aloof wasn’t terrible. The bad affair is that Wells Fargo isn’t growing. They’re the abandoned coffer that didn’t abound their loans and deposits significantly. The acumen for that is because the Federal Reserve won’t let them abound appropriate now until they about advance their business practices.
Having said that, there acquire been some auspicious signs appealing abundant all about the business. They originated 10% added car loans than they did a year ago. Baby business loans are up 28%. Home disinterestedness loans, 16%. Personal loans were up, as well. While they can’t abound their assets accomplished area they were at the end of 2017 yet, they are assuming some able signs of growth. They alternate to a added reasonable akin of profitability, 12% acknowledgment on equity, 1.27 acknowledgment on assets, which is a abundant advance from aftermost quarter. Ability additionally bigger from aftermost quarter. As I mentioned, they repurchased about $7 billion of stock. About 3% of the complete outstanding shares were repurchased in this division abandoned to booty advantage of their depressed valuation.
All in all, I would say that Wells Fargo was the abruptness of antithesis division so far. It’s a little aboriginal to say that they’re axis a bend until the Fed lifts their penalty. But they absolutely acquire the affectionate of numbers that investors appetite to see.
Moser: There’s annihilation amiss with that. Whether they’re absolutely axis a bend or not, Wells Fargo plays such a big allotment in our abridgement as its cachet as a home lender is so crucial. Poor business practices aside, it’s adamantine to brainstorm our abridgement afterwards Wells Fargo. We’ve been complete analytical of some of the mistakes that they’ve made, but conceivably beginning administration actuality will be able to get this coffer aback on the appropriate aisle here. It sounds like they are possibly authoritative that about-face there.
If we attending at the way these four banks acquire performed year to date, it’s not been the best arch year for these big banks appropriately far, not aback you analyze them to what the greater bazaar has chalked up appropriately far. Knowing what we apperceive now, seeing these letters and adorable at the roles these banks play, area is your money going? If you acquire to attending at these four banks, what’s the one coffer you feel like investors absolutely allegation to acquire their eye on here? Not abandoned for the of the year, but absolutely for the aing three to bristles years, as we advance here, what’s the one coffer that absolutely stands out to you?
Frankel: I’ve said afore that Coffer of America is my admired amid the big four. I own it, I acquire for some time. If the contempo dip in the allotment amount persists, I ability buy a little bit more. I like Coffer of America. I anticipate they acquire absurd leadership. They’ve bigger so abundant aback the cyberbanking crisis. All around, their numbers attending great. They’re growing their allowance at a 20% anniversary rate, aloof to name one thing. They’re accomplishing abundant at all-embracing technology. I anticipate they said they’re advance $3 billion a year aloof in technology, which is added than any of the others.
When it comes to the absorption rates, ascent rates, Coffer of America, it’s absorbing to note, has the accomplished admeasurement out of the big four of zero-interest deposits, acceptation that they don’t acquire to pay interest. As the absorption ante they can allegation on loans get higher, they don’t acquire to pay any added for those deposits. That gives them a big advantage over the blow of them if we alpha to see abiding absorption ante abide to rise, as they acquire been over the accomplished few weeks.
Moser: Cyberbanking is one of those industries, truly, area calibration does present a big advantage. That’s an absorbing number, $3 billion invested in technology. That’s fascinating. I’ve apparent a lot of these commercials actuality over the aftermost few weeks, in attention to their voice-activated software, agnate to commodity like Amazon’s Echo. Coffer of America calls their articulation belvedere Erica. Acquire you apparent that?
Frankel: I have. It comes from the end of their name, Coffer of America.
Moser: [laughs] I ample that.
Frankel: Asinine name.
Moser: Not aloof a hat arbor up here, Matt.
Frankel: I know! It’s a asinine name. They win awards for their adaptable platform. They acquire the best online cyberbanking functionality, they win awards for that year afterwards year now. They’re accomplishing abundant in accretion the cardinal of barter who are application adaptable deposits and things like that faster than their competition. Over time, that’s activity to be a big amount advantage. I anticipate it’s why you’ve apparent their ability arrangement get bigger abundant faster than the others.
Moser: That’s acceptable stuff. I’ll be absorbed to see how that takes hold. I don’t apperceive that I’ve necessarily accustomed articulation acceptance software, being like that, as abundant of a weight, perhaps, in finance. I’ve never absolutely acquainted like I capital to allocution to Alexa, for example, to get a antithesis or alteration funds. I consistently feel like there’s activity to be some glitch, area I say, “Transfer $100,” and she accidentally transfers $1,000, and afresh commodity happens, and I acquire to apple-pie up a mess.
Frankel: Plus, who wants to apprehend their balances that annual numbers out loud and things like that?
Moser: It does assume a little bit odd, yeah. [laughs] But, hey, you’ve got those wireless headphones now. Some bodies are walking about with those things. Maybe that’s area it absolutely comes into play.
Let’s booty a attending actuality absolutely quick, afore we get on to addition topic, I capital to chase up our altercation on banks with this commodity I was annual aftermost week. You and I did a bifold take, we both saw this. Thousands Band Up for Aught Bottomward Acquittal Subprime Mortgages. And I anticipation aback I apprehend this initially, “Wait, this has to be apropos to commodity that happened in the accomplished that’s not activity to arise again.” But abiding as shooting, this is a bearings area borrowers are now accepting the befalling to band up to get, basically, aught bottomward acquittal mortgage for a house.
On the one hand, I adulation the actuality that we acquire an abridgement that can accord bodies a adventitious like this. On the added hand, these are not borrowers with absolutely acceptable acclaim scores. With no bark in the d and a bad acclaim annual to activate with, abnormally in an ambiance where, apparently, the FICO annual is as aerial as it’s anytime been for most, I don’t apperceive that this is absolutely a acceptable idea. What do you anticipate about this?
Frankel: From both an investor’s angle and a cyberbanking planner’s perspective, I consistently say that there are three things that you allegation to acquire in an ideal mortgage candidate. You allegation affidavit that you can pay it aback –good income, abiding employment, things like that. You allegation a able acclaim history. And, you allegation a bottomward payment. You allegation to acquire bark in the game. In the past, I’ve said that if you’re missing one of those, it’s not awfully troubling. For example, if you acquire low acclaim but you’re putting 20% bottomward and you acquire a abundant job, it could absolutely accomplish faculty to accord you the loan. Aback you’re missing added than one of those things, like in the mortgages that are starting to pop up now, no bottomward acquittal and no able acclaim history, that’s aback I alpha to anguish a little bit. During the cyberbanking crisis, we saw bodies who got mortgages afterwards accepting all three. Those aren’t advancing aback aloof yet, but this is absolutely not a footfall in the administration I appetite to see.
It is annual advertence that these are primary abode abandoned homes. These are not advance mortgages. That’s additionally a big acumen of what we saw arch up to the cyberbanking crisis. But alike so, borrowers defective two of the three above apparatus that you should acquire aback you get a mortgage, that’s affectionate of adverse to me.
Moser: I should say, too, it does arise that the cyberbanking academy that’s abetment this up, there is an apprenticeship basic actuality that is required. And I acclaim that, I anticipate it’s good. I’m aloof not absolutely awash on the idea. But conceivably this is a baby test, they attending at this as commodity that ability be annual accretion in the future. They’ll use some of the abstracts and the learnings from this and that’ll advice dictate, perhaps, what they do in the future. Just a bit of an eye-catcher. One way or the other, we’ll apprentice added actuality in the advancing years as to whether it works out or not.
Matt, aftermost week, we were talking about these companies that we adulation so much, this war on banknote basket, Square and PayPal and Mastercard and Visa. And I said, “Hey, let’s put out a poll and see what bodies anticipate about introducing a approved annual articulation talking about these four companies, communicable bodies up on any contemporary items.” Matt, the bodies acquire spoken. 84% of the voters in this poll said, “Yes, you allegation to acquaint a approved annual articulation talking about the war on cash.”
I don’t know, Matt, 84%. It was agitating turnout, aing to 300 votes or commodity like that. That’s enough. Is that statistically significant? I don’t know, but it fabricated me feel appealing good. We’re activity to go advanced and acquaint a approved annual articulation on the war on cash. We’re activity to allocution about the companies that accomplish up the war on banknote basket, and any contemporary items that may acquire popped up, and there were a few.
Let’s go advanced and hit the better item. I anticipate you and I will both accede this is the better item. Square is accident its best accessible face to the company, in CFO Sarah Friar. Granted, Jack Dorsey is the CEO. But agreeable time with Twitter, Sarah Friar is the one we see out there all the time talking up Square’s book. She’s done a abundant job at it. She is activity to be demography off. She is absolutely activity to acquire a CEO position at a aggregation alleged Nextdoor, which is a amusing networking aggregation that focuses added on neighborhoods.
While we are blessed for Sarah, and congratulations, certainly, on the CEO job, I’m not activity to sit actuality and acquaint you this is a acceptable affair for Square. She absolutely has been a amazing baton for the company. What do you anticipate about this, Matt?
Frankel: I anticipate she’s been an complete rockstar for the company. At the aforementioned time, the banal is bottomward about 30% over the accomplished brace of weeks. Does any one being accomplish a aggregation annual 30% beneath about overnight? No. I’m not activity to say this is a non-event like the Jack Dorsey banal auction the added anniversary or the abrogating acknowledgment to the Square Installments. Those were both non-events from a abiding perspective. This is an event. But for one, I acquire no acumen to accept Jack Dorsey won’t put the appropriate being in the CFO role to alter her. Hiring has been one of his strengths in the past, I anticipate we can agree.
Does accident her accomplish the banal annual 30% beneath overnight? Absolutely not. Hopefully, one of these days, I’ll be able to shut up about Square for added than a day or two, so I can add to my position. It hasn’t happened in absolutely a while. I appearance this as a affairs opportunity. Like I said, I’m sad to see Sarah Friar go. She’s the one who absolutely is blame the abiding monetization of their cyberbanking casework to consumers, like Square Banknote that we’ve been talking about. At the aforementioned time, I anticipate Square will be aloof accomplished over the continued run, alike afterwards Sarah Friar.
Moser: I tend to agree. You never appetite to see a aggregation area aggregate hinges on one person. You appetite to apparently abstain advance in those types of businesses. I don’t anticipate Square is that blazon of business. Accustomed Jack Dorsey’s role, I anticipate you’re right, he’s fabricated hiring a antecedence of his because he’s not absolutely the circadian operations guy over at Square. He’s absolutely authoritative abiding that he’s hiring bodies that can accumulate him beside of what’s activity on and can not abandoned assassinate action but absolutely advice behest strategy. I acquire every acumen to accept that he and his aggregation there will ample that role with addition who is complete able of befitting the aggregation on the aisle that it’s on. That’s the nice thing, I anticipate they’re absolutely on a abundant aisle appropriate now. They’ve got a lot of action laid out there in what they appetite to do. So, I don’t anticipate this is commodity area you’re bringing addition in to change something. You’re absolutely bringing addition in there to accumulate things activity in the aforementioned administration they’re going. Who knows aback they’ll get somebody in there? I acquire to accept it’s a appealing adorable job. We will see.
In PayPal news, there are a brace of things that came up actuality with PayPal. One that I saw, it’s an absorbing angle for me, adorable at the citizenry of association out there who conceivably don’t acquire a cyberbanking relationship. PayPal will let barter drop and abjure banknote now at Walmart stores. That of advance comes with a fee, and it’s not a bargain one, either, $3. But I think, again, it’s commodity that PayPal is accomplishing in adjustment to be able to action commodity for anybody out there who’s adorable for a way to admission their money one way or the other, whether they acquire a cyberbanking accord or not.
The added annual that came out, I anticipation was a little bit added newsworthy. It’s in attention to Venmo, their accepted money-transferring app that we see a lot of adolescent association using. I anticipate it’s complete accepted with the millennial generation. They are activity to alpha charging Venmo annual holders aback they accomplish those burning money transfers on the platform. I anticipate it was absorbing from the point that aback the annual aboriginal came out on amusing media, Twitter specifically, you saw bodies jump the gun there and think, “This is insane! I’m deleting Venmo, I’m not activity to use Venmo anymore.”
I anticipate they were a little bit cryptic as to what this absolutely meant. A lot of bodies out there anticipation this meant Venmo was activity to be charging their annual holders for all money transfers. To be clear, this is for those burning transfers, right?
Frankel: Yeah, it’s aloof for the burning transfers. Aback I saw this news, my aboriginal acknowledgment was, maybe it’s a little too soon. A lot of the reactions I was annual on Twitter said things to the aftereffect that there are so abounding chargeless means for bodies to accelerate money nowadays, that maybe Venmo jumped the gun on aggravating to monetize its service, and it’s accomplishing it the amiss way. This is aloof the burning transfers, but that’s what millennials want. Millennials are complete anti-fee. I don’t anticipate Jason’s a millennial, I’m not.
Moser: [laughs] I wish!
Frankel: I absent the cut off by a few months, depending on who you ask. Millennials appetite chargeless and they appetite quick. Best of the millennials I apperceive that use Venmo use it because it’s chargeless and appetite their transfers done instantaneously. I anticipate the fee was like $0.25 for an burning transfer. There was a fee, but it was complete cheap. Now, if you’re appointment $200, it’s a $2 fee. That’s not nothing. Like I said, my gut acknowledgment was that it ability be a little too soon, and that they should focus on advance instead of monetization at this point.
Moser: Yeah, it’s complete possible. They’ve acclaimed added than already that they aren’t authoritative a lot of money from this. It’s not a assisting allotment of the business appropriately far, but they absolutely see it as commodity that should be complete to the PayPal archetypal years bottomward the line. Burning transfers are one way. They acutely acquire the Venmo Visa card, which is addition way. It’ll be absorbing to see how they administer this.
It’s annual noting, too, there is a accident that any cyberbanking academy takes on aback they accomplish that alteration accessible immediately. Ideally, you’d like to see them be able to use the abstracts to accomplish those types of decisions and conceivably do it in a fee-friendly way. But I assumption time will acquaint here. We’ll see how administration abstracts their way about that one. Absolutely commodity to accumulate in mind.
Matt, let’s booty a complete quick attending here. Aing week, you are activity to be activity out to Aftermost Vegas for the Money 20/20. It’s the 20/20 vision. Don’t get it abashed with 2018. Accord us an idea. You’ve been to this appointment before, you’re headed aback this year. It’s an agitative time, you get to acquire some interviews out there and stuff. Acquaint us a little bit about what you acquire planned.
Frankel: I’ve been to the appointment four out of the accomplished bristles years. The best way I can call it is a Woodstock for fintech. It’s over 10,000 people. It’s at the Venetian in Las Vegas. Appealing abundant every fintech aggregation as well-represented there. I apperceive I’m affair with a few of the CEOs that we allocution about. I’m not activity to name any names aloof yet. There’s consistently some big announcements that are fabricated at the conference. FICO aloof afresh beatific an email bang to all the attendees, affliction that they acquire a big announcement. Aftermost year, they appear that Uber was putting out a Visa card. That was the one I covered aftermost year. There’s consistently some absolutely absorbing bodies to accommodated and things activity on. You can apprentice the latest fintech trends afore anyone else. Cryptocurrencies are, of course, a big allotment of it. I’ve gotten apparently 500 emails from the cryptocurrency companies that are activity to be there. [laughs] That’s consistently a fun allotment of it. Some are abundant to allocution to, some are affectionate of strange. And there’s consistently some celebrity guests there. Richard Branson’s giving the keynote this year. Shaquille O’Neal is activity to be there, who I’ve consistently capital to meet, not for advance affidavit but I’ve consistently been a big fan.
Moser: We’ll achievement for the best there, and we’ll delay and see what you accompany aback to us.
Let’s tap into Twitter actuality complete quick for the week. I did acknowledgment beforehand the poll that we put up there. I acknowledge everybody voting for that. That absolutely was fun to see, that we had such able abutment for a annual articulation on the war on cash. We’ll accumulate that up.
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Another absorbing one I got this morning from my acquaintance Rory Karen in Ireland, @RoryKaren, he works with Rubicoin. He acquaint a cheep pointing me to an commodity from The Economist that was talking about how millennials are now the better accumulation of pet owners in America. Increasingly, pets affection in their owners’ budgets. Listen, from a financials perspective, this matters. If you’re talking about your domiciliary account and what you’re accomplishing with the money you’re making, well, that’s what we’re talking about here, and pets are a big deal. As an buyer of three dogs, I absolutely get it. I mean, you know, affectionate of go in there and do whatever you appetite from. And I anticipate we could apparently put calm our bassinet of stocks account that aloof beatific her about pets and the bazaar befalling there. Aloof was an absorbing one to accede there and hey, there’s big befalling in the pet bazaar out there. OK, hey, Matt, we’re activity to blanket it up actuality complete quick actuality with One to Watch earning division in abounding tilt, so there will be affluence to accept from. What is your One to Watch for this advancing week?
Frankel: I accumulate my eye on Synchrony Financial. They are one of the big issuers of stored acclaim cards and they are an online bank. They address antithesis on Friday and there are some brace of things I’m watching for. No. 1, they appear afresh that they absent their affiliation with Walmart, which is a big deal. This is like aback American Express lost its Costco partnership. This is the big affair in this business. So, I’m absorbed to see how are they planning to backlash from that. They said at the time of the advertisement that they we’ll be able to alter all that absent acquirement aural a brace of years. So, I appetite to apperceive how. They’re a credit agenda business, so they’re activity to be a big almsman of ascent absorption rates. Because the big banks afraid us with, their absence ante dropped, their acclaim affection is improving. I appetite to see if Synchrony is trending the aforementioned way. It could be a big advantage addition for the company.
Moser: And the ticker?
Moser: OK, acceptable deal! I’m activity to be watching Ameris Bancorp, ticker ABCB. They are a little association coffer based out of Moultrie, Georgia. Association who acquire followed me for any aeon of time apperceive I’ve been afterward this coffer for absolutely some time. They acquire antithesis advancing out on Friday. It’s consistently been a adventure of growing their assets beneath management. Advance from the cyberbanking crisis was a accurate allotment of the adventure aboriginal on with a lot of those bootless institutions from the Abundant Recession. They about had these FDIC-aided acquisitions, which appealing abundant adequate them from any downside while allowance them abound out the complete chump abject and asset abject there. This is a complete well-run coffer that has apparent a little bit of a pullback afresh with the bazaar volatility. Still, I think, a lot of things to like about what they’re doing. Still aloof a baby cap, you know, and we allocution about big banks. So, it’s aloof a $2 actor bazaar cap coffer here.
But, antithesis out on Friday. I’ll be absorbed to see what they acquire to acquaint us. Also, aloof to note, we acquire PayPal antithesis advancing out this week, as well, on Thursday. We’ll absolutely awning that on aing week’s show. Aing week’s show, Matt, we’re adorable advanced to aggregate you acquire to action us from the Money 20/20 appearance out there in Las Vegas. Hopefully, you’re not activity to be cogent us any belief of absent accomplishment while you’re at it. [laughs]
Frankel: No, absolutely aback I allocution to you I’ll aloof be gotten there. So,… [laughs]
Moser: Beautiful, alright! Acceptable deal! Safe travels, there! Adorable advanced to aing week!
Frankel: Acknowledge you!
Moser: As always, bodies on the affairs they acquire absorption in the stocks they allocution about, and The Motley Fool may acquire academic recommendations for or against, so don’t buy or advertise stocks based alone on what you hear. This appearance is produced by Austin Morgan. For Matt Frankel, I’m Jason Moser. Acknowledgment for listening! See you aing week!
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