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"andy freeman" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Food service to help us out. Join I are scrambling to get food down joy. How are you? Good I was just thinking. When we eventually get back in studio my. I have to keep this the sweatpants policy. Yeah, go hi Phil about sweatpants. Yeah and all day everyday deal. All Day every day. You know it's interesting. Detroit has the number three pick in the draft and. To is injury could actually benefit them because to is injury. Maybe both the chargers in Miami have made a decision. We're going to Jeff in Herbert. And that means Detroit's got the number three pick and both Miami and. The chargers may want the same guy. And what does that mean? DETROIT? Now, Matt Patricia the coach. Just, think about that. That's important, so the chargers don't have a ton of picks, but they've got a bunch of good players. That could give Detroit and maybe a pitcher to. The Dolphin, twenty three picks in the next two years. So if you're Detroit and you're Bob Quinn. You play like the Miami offer we'd we'll take six picks for the number three pick if you're if you're Matt, Patricia Coach of Detroit. You ought players because you're nine twenty two in one, and you're not getting a second head coaching job because it's been man overboard since you took it. So in Detroit. You've got that valuable. Third Pack to his injury probably means Miami and the chargers. Favor Herbert and they both need a quarterback to play within one year, so does have power. It would seem to me find the GM of Detroit I would. I would do business with Miami. I could get four five picks if I was Matt Patricia. I'd want players GimMe Gimme your number three corner and your number, two rusher I'll take that so interesting to see the power has rarely in the NFL, but in the hands of Detroit. Maybe they have it now. Al Michaels. Is Join Libya's fifteenth season as the Voice of the NFL on NBC. He's the only commentator to call a world series super bowl an NBA. Finals and the Stanley Cup final for a television network, and I'm thinking to myself I've been saying this. Alphabet Lebron wants a season 'cause he's he's. He doesn't have a ton. Left and I'm looking at Al Michaels and I'm thinking. You probably won't be doing this in twenty years. The you are, you're Jones and for football. Am I right Oh for sure I mean everybody who loves Sports Colin. Everybody loves the NFL wants to come back, but. There's no way you can predict what's going to go on. Nobody really knows anything you know. You hear forty eight different timelines. They can start on time. They'll start in late. November. They'll do this. They'll do that. They'll have truncated schedule. They'll play the super bowl in Moishe. They won't play until twenty twenty one, so I'm just sitting here. Watching the world, go around common and I don't have any any. More of an idea better idea than anybody else is all I know is that is the first time in history. We are all victims and suspects were victims because none of signed up for this picking this. This just came right here. We are and we're suspects. Is You know when you walk down the street and you don't have a mask on even if you do that, people are avoiding you like you. You've come in with an AK47, so It's a crazy time. Never seen anything like it never thought we would see anything like it, but here we are and Let's see how it all shakes out because I don't have any idea either do i. some of these models that are predicting you. Fatalities, they change daily I. Tell Friends this. The only thing I know is social spacing seems to work. I think I not even. Sweden didn't do it and they're fine so i. Know? How do you pass your time? What does Al Michaels? Do on a on a Tuesday with no games. You Know Colin. I've been trying to avoid myself now. What I mean by that is the other night. I am watching the MLB network and all of a sudden the. First game of the nineteen ninety-five, world, series Atlanta Cleveland POPs up. And I'm doing the game with Tim Car Jim Palmer. Now over on NBC at that particular point. Is a Sunday night. Football game between Green, Bay and Kansas City. A friend of mine calls and says hey. You and DOC rivers announcing Lakers San Antonio. The game with Derek Fisher, the shot with four tenths of a second. That's on NBA TV. And my grandson says hey pop up. You're on miracle on whatever was on so I'm thinking to myself here I am. I'm just trying to stay underground? You know the great thing is in the off season. I kind of fade away and then when you come back people, so it's good to have you back now. It's like get Outta here. I can't get rid of you. That's the way I feel right now Let's go back about a month and a half I was shocked I wasn't shocked. Tom Left. I was surprised, but Tampa a place I live caught me off guard. They've been a little dysfunctional forever and I think I didn't see Tom going from highly functional to a little bit dysfunctional or a lot dysfunctional. What did you make the I? Mean you know Tom? What did you make the Tampa move? Publicity because I said recently that when Tom came into our meeting, we did the New England at all the Maura. Colin I I think is Sunday November. They were they were eight now and that defense allowing you know less than ten points a game. The offense wasn't playing particularly well, but for Brady. Was An undefeated quarterback and one of the things he said in the meeting. You know kind of half seriously, you know. I'm the most unhappy eight. No quarterback and football make out a lot of play. I mean he was. He said that a little bit tongue in cheek, but then I shared the heaven this meeting and you know we've had a hundred meetings with him. And I know very very well. I said I'm GONNA lay odds of forty three thousand to one you will never ever where another uniform beside New England. And you know figured I'd get some sort of response from he just laughed. He kind of laughed and. Said a little bit and. He was gonNA. He wasn't going to give me the answer I. Don't think he knew the answer, but one of our research people Andy Freeman plunked. Down on the table. I am now on the Hook, Colin for eighty six thousand dollars. Thanks to Tom, Brady. But you know you know what an installment plan. Paying creoles. Look like and that's going to get I. May give them five bucks the first time we go in there. you know the the Michael Jordan last dance documentary you cover the NBA for years for. NBA Finals, Do you give me your memories of Michael Jordan? Perhaps your first memory? Well I didn't do any of his games. Because by the time I got in there, Michael was had retired even from the wizard. Should that point? But my only experience with Michael or my first anyway, I was in Hawaii. We're on Maui. In nineteen. Ninety eight and Michael had just retired again from the Bulls. He'd already played Minor League Baseball in the mid ninety. S and I run into on the beach and they didn't know him, but you know. We struck up a conversation. He said you play golf. I said sure he said well. You'RE GONNA tomorrow. We got a game once you. You meet me up at y Les at one o'clock great so I. I go over to why and Michael is there, and he's got the head pro, and he introduces me to the Fourth Guy, and he says you know Joe Morgan and we both laughed because when I did the reds in the early seventies of course I knew Joe Morgan played. He played for the big red machine at that point, so we're laughing. We had a great time. But and then Michael is playing great golf. He probably has six or seven birdies. He at one shot out of a fairway bunker with a five hundred two hundred yards that that almost went in missed by an engine he's he was plan great and having a blast. So, we go into the restaurant Bardwell Leah afterwards, it's about five o'clock and we're sitting maybe fifty feet from a television set. Twenty seven inches that fits on top of the bar and this is at the time. And Mark mcgwire are facing Roger Maris's record, everybody's consumed in the sports. World can't. Can they get there? So the like fifty something at that point and. ESPN is on those.

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"andy freeman" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Food service to help us out. Join I are scrambling to get food down joy. How are you? Good I was just thinking. When we eventually get back in studio my. I have to keep this the sweatpants policy. Yeah, go hi Phil about sweatpants. Yeah and all day everyday deal. All Day every day. You know it's interesting. Detroit has the number three pick in the draft and. To is injury could actually benefit them because to is injury. Maybe both the chargers in Miami have made a decision. We're going to Jeff in Herbert. And that means Detroit's got the number three pick and both Miami and. The chargers may want the same guy. And what does that mean? DETROIT? Now, Matt Patricia the coach. Just, think about that. That's important, so the chargers don't have a ton of picks, but they've got a bunch of good players. That could give Detroit and maybe a pitcher to. The Dolphin, twenty three picks in the next two years. So if you're Detroit and you're Bob Quinn. You play like the Miami offer we'd we'll take six picks for the number three pick if you're if you're Matt, Patricia Coach of Detroit. You ought players because you're nine twenty two in one, and you're not getting a second head coaching job because it's been man overboard since you took it. So in Detroit. You've got that valuable. Third Pack to his injury probably means Miami and the chargers. Favor Herbert and they both need a quarterback to play within one year, so does have power. It would seem to me find the GM of Detroit I would. I would do business with Miami. I could get four five picks if I was Matt Patricia. I'd want players GimMe Gimme your number three corner and your number, two rusher I'll take that so interesting to see the power has rarely in the NFL, but in the hands of Detroit. Maybe they have it now. Al Michaels. Is Join Libya's fifteenth season as the Voice of the NFL on NBC. He's the only commentator to call a world series super bowl an NBA. Finals and the Stanley Cup final for a television network, and I'm thinking to myself I've been saying this. Alphabet Lebron wants a season 'cause he's he's. He doesn't have a ton. Left and I'm looking at Al Michaels and I'm thinking. You probably won't be doing this in twenty years. The you are, you're Jones and for football. Am I right Oh for sure I mean everybody who loves Sports Colin. Everybody loves the NFL wants to come back, but. There's no way you can predict what's going to go on. Nobody really knows anything you know. You hear forty eight different timelines. They can start on time. They'll start in late. November. They'll do this. They'll do that. They'll have truncated schedule. They'll play the super bowl in Moishe. They won't play until twenty twenty one, so I'm just sitting here. Watching the world, go around common and I don't have any any. More of an idea better idea than anybody else is all I know is that is the first time in history. We are all victims and suspects were victims because none of signed up for this picking this. This just came right here. We are and we're suspects. Is You know when you walk down the street and you don't have a mask on even if you do that, people are avoiding you like you. You've come in with an AK47, so It's a crazy time. Never seen anything like it never thought we would see anything like it, but here we are and Let's see how it all shakes out because I don't have any idea either do i. some of these models that are predicting you. Fatalities, they change daily I. Tell Friends this. The only thing I know is social spacing seems to work. I think I not even. Sweden didn't do it and they're fine so i. Know? How do you pass your time? What does Al Michaels? Do on a on a Tuesday with no games. You Know Colin. I've been trying to avoid myself now. What I mean by that is the other night. I am watching the MLB network and all of a sudden the. First game of the nineteen ninety-five, world, series Atlanta Cleveland POPs up. And I'm doing the game with Tim Car Jim Palmer. Now over on NBC at that particular point. Is a Sunday night. Football game between Green, Bay and Kansas City. A friend of mine calls and says hey. You and DOC rivers announcing Lakers San Antonio. The game with Derek Fisher, the shot with four tenths of a second. That's on NBA TV. And my grandson says hey pop up. You're on miracle on whatever was on so I'm thinking to myself here I am. I'm just trying to stay underground? You know the great thing is in the off season. I kind of fade away and then when you come back people, so it's good to have you back now. It's like get Outta here. I can't get rid of you. That's the way I feel right now Let's go back about a month and a half I was shocked I wasn't shocked. Tom Left. I was surprised, but Tampa a place I live caught me off guard. They've been a little dysfunctional forever and I think I didn't see Tom going from highly functional to a little bit dysfunctional or a lot dysfunctional. What did you make the I? Mean you know Tom? What did you make the Tampa move? Publicity because I said recently that when Tom came into our meeting, we did the New England at all the Maura. Colin I I think is Sunday November. They were they were eight now and that defense allowing you know less than ten points a game. The offense wasn't playing particularly well, but for Brady. Was An undefeated quarterback and one of the things he said in the meeting. You know kind of half seriously, you know. I'm the most unhappy eight. No quarterback and football make out a lot of play. I mean he was. He said that a little bit tongue in cheek, but then I shared the heaven this meeting and you know we've had a hundred meetings with him. And I know very very well. I said I'm GONNA lay odds of forty three thousand to one you will never ever where another uniform beside New England. And you know figured I'd get some sort of response from he just laughed. He kind of laughed and. Said a little bit and. He was gonNA. He wasn't going to give me the answer I. Don't think he knew the answer, but one of our research people Andy Freeman plunked. Down on the table. I am now on the Hook, Colin for eighty six thousand dollars. Thanks to Tom, Brady. But you know you know what an installment plan. Paying creoles. Look like and that's going to get I. May give them five bucks the first time we go in there. you know the the Michael Jordan last dance documentary you cover the NBA for years for. NBA Finals, Do you give me your memories of Michael Jordan? Perhaps your first memory? Well I didn't do any of his games. Because by the time I got in there, Michael was had retired even from the wizard. Should that point? But my only experience with Michael or my first anyway, I was in Hawaii. We're on Maui. In nineteen. Ninety eight and Michael had just retired again from the Bulls. He'd already played Minor League Baseball in the mid ninety. S and I run into on the beach and they didn't know him, but you know. We struck up a conversation. He said you play golf. I said sure he said well. You'RE GONNA tomorrow. We got a game once you. You meet me up at y Les at one o'clock great so I. I go over to why and Michael is there, and he's got the head pro, and he introduces me to the Fourth Guy, and he says you know Joe Morgan and we both laughed because when I did the reds in the early seventies of course I knew Joe Morgan played. He played for the big red machine at that point, so we're laughing. We had a great time. But and then Michael is playing great golf. He probably has six or seven birdies. He at one shot out of a fairway bunker with a five hundred two hundred yards that that almost went in missed by an engine he's he was plan great and having a blast. So, we go into the restaurant Bardwell Leah afterwards, it's about five o'clock and we're sitting maybe fifty feet from a television set. Twenty seven inches that fits on top of the bar and this is at the time. And Mark mcgwire are facing Roger Maris's record, everybody's consumed in the sports. World can't. Can they get there? So the like fifty something at that point and. ESPN is on those.

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"andy freeman" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"People sometimes by insurance. Not just for your house or your car or something like that, but you buy insurance, so if you screw up, you don't get You don't get penalized as punitively and. Either go all in, or you don't to me, but but you're seeing this. In the NFL so yesterday, they had virtual draft and it should be noted the XFL. That virtual draft no problems the WNBA virtual draft. No problems. But the NFL's much bigger business, much bigger business and jobs pay seven figures for the best. GM's all GM's and the seven figures for You know the the coaches big seven figures, so they're buying insurance to protect their bud so yesterday at one o'clock, the NFL held a virtual draft and by one twenty. Reporters were breaking stories. It's a disaster. It's man overboard. It's really chaotic. Bad GM's and bad coaches buying insurance, so if they're draft stinks, they can say to their owner. It was chaos I mean I had to do online? Scouting I could debtors no pro day. Back and read the stories. It was what what GM could overcome this sort of crisis. And there's John elway who's a legend. And is a net worth over one hundred million. He probably wasn't spending a lot of time texting local beat guide to go to twitter. Here's what John. elway A grownup. said the javelin smoothing, it got off to a little bit of a hiccup when we first started, but other went really smooth. There were really no problems with some get more comfortable with it so I should be fine. Go on without a glitch censure. There'd be a company is here, but actually for the first the first time I thought I'm going pretty well. Stanford Guy One hundred million net worth guy. Legend guys secured himself guy. was fine little glitch. You do get before i. ever did the heard on Fox sports radio. We were doing run throughs, and they were little glitches. In our first couple of shelves weren't great. You can argue our first year had some glitches, and it was fine, and we're grownups, and you overcome it. John, Elway, he's like yeah. I was little glitch Cincinnati is fine. Everybody buying insurance so when they with on the draft picks which lots of teams historically do. I, bet you the Patriots weren't sending this out I. Betcha Elway we know. Elway wasn't sending out I it wasn't Sean Payton. It's the second tier guys holding onto their jobs by the way post crisis, the winners in all industries. Are People that can adapt. Rigid people are going to struggle. That you got to adapt quarterbacks. What are we always say about quarterbacks? Anybody can throw a strike. In a clean pocket! The great quarterbacks can throw with people hanging on them. The great quarterbacks have high completion percentages during blitzes. None of us including NFL, GM's and coaches over the next week are going to standing in a clean pocket. It's GONNA be muddy. People hanging on you and there's GonNa. Be Chaos and like great quarterbacks. The haves will flourish. Be sure to catch live. Editions of the Heard Weekdays at noon eastern nine am Pacific on Fox sports radio s one and the iheartradio APP. Al Michaels Is joined Libya's fifteenth season as the Voice of the NFL on NBC he's the only commentator to call a world series, a super bowl, an NBA finals and the Stanley Cup final for a television network and I'm thinking to myself. I've been saying this. Alphabet Lebron wants a season back because know he's he's. He doesn't have a ton left and I'm looking at AL, michaels. I'm thinking. You probably won't be doing this in twenty years. You are! You're Jones for football. Am I right. Oh for sure I mean everybody who loves Sports Colin. Everybody loves the NFL wants you to come back, but. There's no way you can predict what's going to go on. Nobody really knows anything you know you hear forty eight different timelines they can start on time. They'll start in late November. They'll do this. They'll do that. They'll have truncated schedule. They'll play the super bowl and Moishe. They won't play until two thousand twenty one, so I'm just sitting here. Watching the world, go around Colin and I. Don't have any any more of an idea. Better idea than anybody else says well. All I know is that is the first time in history. We are all victims and suspects were victims because none of us signed up for this I'm picking this. This just came and right here we are and we're suspects. Is You know when you walk down the street and you don't have a mask on even if you do that, people are avoiding you like you. You've come in with an AK47 right, so It's a crazy time. Never seen anything like it never thought we would see anything like it, but here we are and Let's see how it all shakes out because I don't have any idea either do I some of these models that are predicting Fatalities. They change daily I i. tell friends this. The only thing I know is social spacing seems to work I think. Not even. Sweden didn't do it and they're fine so I I don't know. How do you pass your time? What does Al Michaels do on a on a Tuesday with no games. You Know Colin. I've been trying to avoid myself now. What I mean by that is the other night. I am watching the MLB network and all of a sudden the. First Games and the NINETEEN NINETY FIVE WORLD SERIES ATLANTA CLEVELAND POPs up. And I'm doing the game with Tim, and Jim Palmer. Now over on NBC, she at that particular point. Is a Sunday night, football game between Green Bay and Kansas City. A friend of mine calls, and says Hey, you and doc rivers or announcing Lakers San Antonio, the game with Derek. Fisher actually shot with four tenths of a second. That's on NBA TV. My grandson says hey pop up. You're on miracle. Whatever whatever was on so I'm thinking to myself here I am I'm just trying to stay underground. You know the great thing is in the offseason kind of fade away and then when you come back. People say it's good to have you back now. It's like get Outta here I can't get rid of you, and that's the way I feel right now. Let's go back about a month and a half. I was shocked. I wasn't shocked. Tom Left I was surprised but Tampa a place I lived caught me off guard. They've been a little dysfunctional forever and I think. I didn't see Tom going from highly functional to a little bit dysfunctional or a lot dysfunctional. What did you make I mean you know Tom? What did you make of the Tampa move? Well, it's gotten a lot of publicity because I said recently. When Tom came into our meeting, we did the New England at all Tamara. Colin I. I think Sunday November they were they were eight now and that defense allowing you know less than ten points a game. The offense wasn't playing particularly well, but for Brady. Was An undefeated quarterback and one of the things he said in the meeting. You know kind of have seriously you know. I'm the most unhappy eight. No quarterback in Football Makoto to play I mean he was, he said that a little bit tongue in cheek, but then I shaved haven this meeting and you know we've had hundred meetings with him and I know Tom very very well. I said I'm going to lay odds of forty three thousand to one. You will never ever where another uniform beside New England and you know figured I'd get some sort of response from. He just laughed. He kind of laughed and. Said a little bit and. He was he wasn't GonNa give me the answer I don't think he knew the answer, but one of our research people Andy Freeman.

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"andy freeman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"andy freeman" Discussed on The Thriving Artist

The Thriving Artist

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on The Thriving Artist

"Across our stage. So we're GONNA START WITH TIM Saturday now. Tim Saturday'll robin holder. April Wagner. Now Stephen Lester Darren Whitman. I E men will lead to Brown and Jonathon Keaton Andy Freeman James. More wrong Adrian. Henri a very cook Terry Albanesi last. But not least Sharon crude all right. Once again the graduating class of twenty nine thousand nine art business accelerator fellows so now in lieu of a speech for myself from Elizabeth. We're actually going to turn to the individual fellows and their advisors to ask some questions so fellows when you hear a question that speaks to you just speak up and tell us your name all also call on a few of you on occasion so we're going to start with this Folks what are you most proud of accomplishing.

"andy freeman" Discussed on The Story Collider

The Story Collider

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on The Story Collider

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"andy freeman" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

Powering Independence Podcast

12:54 min | 2 years ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on Powering Independence Podcast

"Compliance officer at Dynasty Financial Partners Michael Goal Henley founder and C._E._o.. Of Brandy wine oak private wealth and Allison Brooke C._O._O.. And co-founder of Brandy Wine Oh private wealth so let's jump right in <hes> and talk about <hes> or regulators you leaders both Finra and S._e._C.. Oh well I certainly pray that the firms avoid that to the extent possible unless they revenue justifies it but I think you know then we're back to being beholden to some of these more prescriptive descriptive and restrictive rules that Fenra has in place versus the S._e._c. side of the House and of course now they've got to think about <hes> as a result of that talk about the lowest common denominator right now you've got to look at the two regulators in that sort of <hes> with that I insane to yourself well for example big one that comes up all the time gifts and entertainment right finres got a very specific limitation the S._e._c. says you know let's be reasonable. You're a fiduciary. Let's not systemically disadvantage once clients over another those are very very different thresholds but if you're beholden to both regulators now you've got to think about the lowest common denominator so <hes> you know we do have firms that that do that. We've also got firms that go sort of the middle of the road option where they do have <hes> registered representatives that are in their individual capacity are registered with an unaffiliated broker dealer and so now there's some Fenra <hes> you know sort of permeation of the business but not entirely so that sort of the middle of the road option I would say more of our network advisors follow for this reason then they're trying to keep a little bit of a separation of church and state so so Sharon to to Lee's point right. We saw a few years ago. Maybe three years ago or four years ago this whole <hes> uprising around this concept of the D._o.. L. Rules right and everybody was starting to make changes relative to that and it turns out the D._O._l.. Rules kind of go by the wayside and now we're hearing about rugby I <hes> talk about from a regulatory standpoint with rag B._I.. Coming in <hes> <hes> potentially and the position of the regulators to Lee's point kind of finding or trying to find that middle ground <hes> between FINRA and S._e._C. and suitability standard the old suitability standard and fiduciary standard. Where do you see us today today? And where do you think we're going well. We're in a state of confusion. I think and I mean that's that's. The one thing that seems to be consistent is that there is a lack of understanding of these different standards <hes> and the different hats that one person can wear in dealing with a single client <hes> we see it in a a number of different contexts but the outcome is the same name which is this level of confusion as to what's the duty of the person that <hes> an individual client <hes> or an institutional client might be working with so. I think that <hes> what we have seen is a patchwork develop where where because our were federal regulators have failed to act you've seen states that have stepped in with their own legislation and that just I think proliferates the problem because now you can have a a a client sitting in one state where the laws different than another state just based upon the residency of the client so I think where are we confusion. <hes> where do we continue to go. It seems still pretty foggy we <hes> and in terms of trying to streamline that and bring some clarity to it if you can as Lee suggested pick pick a regulator right and and <hes> that might be one way to do it <hes> but I think that being really clear with your clients. It'll certainly come down to things like disclosure that it's going to be more and more important as this landscape continues to to. I think become more complex than it does. Clear that that you're going to need to be really clear with your client base as to what your duty is and the role that you're playing so that at least that's an issue that between an individual firm and its client base that you have more clarity than you read about in the trades and what's interesting in the wirehouse world prior world. It's been fascinating the last five years the evolvement if you will of the kind of the regulatory industry because I think in an effort to make clients and families more aware I think clients are more confused than ever with getting overloaded with huge books information on program. You know all the details etc.. They don't know what to do with it. The fee schedule inside those huge books information is not what they're paying. It's actually the retail fee schedule so recruits. More confusion seems anything else I was in a hearing an enforcement a hearing not too long ago and questioned a <hes> a regulator. I'm not going to say what regulator what regulatory body it was <hes> but this investigator was on the stand and I asked him a question about the standard of care and he gave me a dead wrong answer well. That's comforting. That's comforting so that's a regulatory investigator. Now you WANNA go out and ask ask your client. You know on Main Street the difference and it's it's really very challenging challenging area so I think would I'm taking away from this. Part of the discussion is no matter what state you operate your R. A. N.. We're all operating in a state of confusion indeed or I think that's that's the take and and just to remind our panelists as well as all of our listeners. The title of this podcast is Lee legal compliance and freedom so let's touch on the freedom <hes> for a second Michael and Alley <hes> you know you've made the references others have on this podcast about the big firms the wire houses the banks and the like managing their compliance programs to the lowest common denominator because that's what they have to worry about. That's the one that's going to get them in trouble and and folks like yourself that are breaking away in establishing your own firm represent really I think some of the best and some of the top advisors in the industry what have you experienced from a freedom perspective that otherwise you would not have either had the the ability to do at your old firm. I won't mention it. There's been mentioned enough or on if you did do it. You'd have to jump through crazy hoops to get something done. <hes> happy to comments Ed so so let me not only where to start with this. Let me start with okay. We'll start with something simple kids account so we do a lot of family planning on funding Roth I._R._A.'s for the kids in grandkids for our clients and a wirehouse. You effectively have a certain minimum number of securities per account so at five or ten or fifteen twenty thousand dollar Roth I._R._A.. You know we could buy you know vitae anger total market index owns five thousand securities inside a wirehouse. We had to hold at least ten securities. We have to buy a variety of A._T._F.'s or index funds with only ten thousand dollars. Just didn't make kind of common sense mm justification there. That's one example another example turnover. We had a minimum number of trades inside a wirehouse so if a client has a taxable account and there any top tax bracket and their resident in New Jersey or Delaware high income tax state <hes> it doesn't often make sense to have a lot turnover inside these accounts triggering capital gains etc <hes> specifically when we can do rebalancing inside the clients Area Roth I._R._A.. And get to the target asset allocation that way with no tax consequences <hes> we had this minimum number of traits we were forced to trade these accounts even if the client sitting on gains in every single position so certain things like that I would say didn't make a heck of a lot of sense when mentioned the lovely variances <hes> quite a lot of variances <hes> that was pretty much are constant at the wire our houses as you know you're always managing these variances <hes> putting a lot of time into it. I think one of the bigger ones the bigger problem that these warehouses had is the inability to see the household as a whole really <hes> so when we look at clients assets we look at let me know not just one particular account client could have twenty account so if they're moderate investor. We're not saying every single account has to have a moderate allocation. We're saying as a whole their moderate <hes> you know. Unfortunately we were kind of managed where it will if the trust account that was considered to be one entity retirement accounts and now they're an unfortunately it's. It's just it's it's not realistic. It's you know we look at everything as a complete whole as you should. I was from a marketing standpoint. That's been a huge breath of fresh air so we do a lot of seminars. Andy Freeman seminars etc client appreciation events a couple times a year and I got to appoint inside the wirehouse where we weren't able to create invitations any longer we had to use the off the shelf invitations. The farm created that we're not customized whatsoever to our audience or customized nice to our event so we got to be nearly impossible to do seminars in an efficient manner. We almost have dedicated entire administrative partner. There fulltime job was effectively doing seminars because that's how long it talked to prepare after the fact getting reimbursing the various partners etc Cetera <hes> that was painful. Social media is a whole other topic so inside a wirehouse we effectively <hes> had off the shelf. You know verbiage that we could post. You couldn't post your own content so if we know that our clients are very tax focus for example. We couldn't post articles in the. New Tax Law what had changed we were only able to use the off the shelf Kinda pre written materials that were that apply to very broad audience or not. Every single client has complex irrevocable trust etc so I would say from the social media standpoint. That's been very very very very refreshing and clients quite frankly very responsive to it. I didn't expect the kind of engagement we have with with just embarrassing those from dynasty. It's been a huge game changer around client response right. We have actually a pretty big presence on Lincoln right now and so every week we're putting out articles and you know Kinda keeps us more in touch with our clients in their clients actually know what we're doing. You know every time we go to a training or any sort of event. I'm sure we'll post about this as well. <hes> you know Kinda. Just helps clients realize allies. This is what their day to day is helping improve themselves does that are becoming more involved in the community it. Just you know it's this platform for us that we've never had before I would say even minor stuff ed the office itself inside a Wirehouse C._n._B._C. playing twenty four seven in the lobby. I'll be clients walk in and see the markets crashing five hundred points. It's not very re refreshing or not an encouraging way to say okay you know focusing the long-term Mr Mrs Client ignore the short term volatility. Stay focused on your long-term plan <hes> focused on the destination journey well in our office in our lobby H._d._t._v. on so clients come in and say Oh and that clients we've heard this by dozen times. We love you this on here and then we don't have we haven't signed something in our office. We don't have on the noise of the markets because you're you're helping clients science achieve a lifestyle either today or in the future from retirement perspective and I think you know your point Michael Is it's the destination right <hes> so kind of keep them focused on it and you don't need somebody banging. You know on C._N._B._C. saying the sky is falling and I think that the examples that the two of you have just given are the reason why we continue to see people leave even with drawbridges coming up and you you know the handcuffs getting tighter that people who recognize that they want to service their clients in a different way they are not the lowest common denominator. They don't need to be managed like the lowest common denominator. They're going to continue to leave and they're gonNA continue to find a way out independence and Lee you worked very closely with Britney on a regular basis. Can you describe how Brittany manages all of the complexities of compliance while Britney is fantastic by the way I love the getting so many shoutouts outs. I hope that she's listening to this. <hes> Britney is great about keeping in check <hes> but I think Brittany also has the right mindset again that you know I absolutely despise that. Compliance is viewed generally as the business prevention in unit you know I don't think it has to be that way. <hes> I've really have made a career out of not being a robot as I think Sharon has this well you know being very business friendly and saying of course there are bright lines here of course there or restrictions I mean marketing is is probably the best example absolutely there are prohibitions on the side. There are things you can and cannot do things you can and cannot say <hes> but there's far more playroom than you have on the Fenra in recite of the House and so I think that if you've got somebody in the seat Lake Brittany who understands where those bright lines are and can say with a healthy amount of confidence okay. This is the spectrum of risk you know I don't WanNa live in the most conservative lane because I'm not going anywhere. I don't WanNa live in the highest risk lean because that's way too much risk for my.

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"andy freeman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on KTOK

"News network. I'm Brian Gand an officer involved shooting in Hugo injures, the suspect and three children and leads to an arrest. The owners Jacqueline Scott reports authorities have been looking for twenty one year old William Vaughan Smith in April eleventh robbery at a pizza restaurant. They caught up to him Friday in a vehicle at a food centre, and Hugo and shots were fired. Smith was taken to a hospital in Paris, Texas where he was treated and released then arrested. He was booked into the Choctaw county jail on an aggravated robbery complaint. The three injured children ages five four and one. And a fourth child were also in the vehicle and the injured children were taken to a hospital in Tulsa with non-life threatening injuries. Mingo teenager killed in a collision on US highway eighty one north of chicken shea the highway patrol says the seventeen year old was a passenger in a pickup truck that collided with a van exactly what happened is under investigation. The boy was pronounced dead at the scene. You're listening to the Oklahoma. News network. A player was fired from the Tulsa roughnecks soccer team after Saturday's game against the Oklahoma City energy. The team says Fabian but status was like go ver using foul and abusive language at another player Tiba Harris, where the Oklahoma City energy tweeted out that he was called the inward not once but twice and that he told the referee for the game continued Estatal later apologized on Twitter saying he never intended to be militias racist claimed his use the inward his entire life talking to friends teammates. And he said the people he cares about say Labor Department says more than forty five hundred workers across the country die every year from work related accidents and diseases rally planned to honor them tomorrow, the state capital on the second floor of the rotunda. That rally getting underway at eleven a deadly shooting at a WalMart in sulphur last night. That's where city manager. Andy Freeman described the scene cleared the same..

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"andy freeman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on KTOK

"The Oklahoma news network. I'm Brian Gand an officer involved shooting in Hugo injures, the suspect and three children and leads to an arrest. The owners Jacqueline Scott reports thirties have been looking for twenty one year old William devan Smith and enable eleventh robbery at a pizza restaurant. They caught up to him Friday in a vehicle at a food centre, and Hugo and shots were fired. Smith was taken to a hospital in Paris, Texas, where he was treated and released that arrested. He was booked into the Choctaw county jail on an aggravated robbery complaint. The three injured children ages five four and one. And a fourth child were also in the vehicle and the injured children were taken to a hospital in Tulsa with non-life threatening injuries teenager killed in a collision on US highway eighty one north of chicken shea the highway patrol says the seventeen year old was a passenger in a pickup truck that collided with the van exactly what happened is under investigation. The boy was pronounced dead at the scene. You're listening to the Oklahoma. Komo news network. A player was fired from the Tulsa roughnecks soccer team after Saturday's game against the Oklahoma City energy. The team says Fabian but status was like go ver using foul and abusive language at another player Tiba Harris, where the Oklahoma City energy tweeted out that he was called the inward not once but twice and that he told the referee for the game continued mosquito later apologized on Twitter saying he never intended to be militias racist claim to use the n word his entire life talking to friends teammates. And he said the people he cares about say Labor Department says more than forty five hundred workers across the country die every year from work related accidents and diseases a rally planned to honor them tomorrow at the state capital on the second floor of the rotunda. That rally getting underway at eleven a deadly shooting at a WalMart in sulphur last night. That's where city manager. Andy Freeman described the scene cleared the same make sure if no.

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"andy freeman" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"It will leave. You win process. We'll play mysteries POS. I getting Zion. When his spirit is around. Okay. Maybe Mr. Risha change, your username to ads diddly squat to conversations or this goes without saying or get ready for a whole lot of nothing. Andy Freeman posts. What do you do when you see a ghost? Visit a local psychologist. Yeah. Yeah. Probably the first thing. I would do Phoenix. God post asked them for lottery numbers. Excellent. Didn't think of that beings? God. Yeah. Why can't you give us any numbers? I mean, if they can see the future, maybe they had other powers. Jacob Castro posts, if you saw God in person, you would die because the human body is fragile. And if you saw the greatest of God, you would just die your body that is not your spirit. That's why God can't show himself does because our minds would not be able to cope with it. Okay. I don't know what this has to do with the goat's here in the situation. Jacob Castro, but thanks for days for definitively cleanup little knife greatest mysteries. We can't see God because we would die case closed. Why? Why would you even question that? It's truth. Jacob has said it to us. He knows everything. God told him one time because he was talking to God because you can talk to God. But not see God. All right. If you if God goes into your ear hole, you're fine. If God goes into your eye hole. Fucking obviously. Finally user, Ben Galvin posts have you heard of an analogy? This is my favorite one. He goes have you heard of an analogy? You can't see the president directly without scads of luck involved. But you can see him on TV or hear news about him. You don't see God directly for the most part, but you can hear of his miracles in here witness of what he's done in people's lives. The problem comes in the devil doesn't want people to hear recognize these accounts. What they are. So the helps a non believer to come up with reasons not to believe. Have you ever heard of an analogy? Ben seeing or not seeing the president is really shitty analogy for seeing or not seeing ghosts or God. You fucking idiot in analogy is a comparison between two things typically for the person of explanation or clarification, and the things you're comparing to, you know, comparing they need to relate to one another otherwise, the analogy is as confusion to what you're trying to explain as opposed to clarification, we know the president is real Ben unless you're a flatter who literally will not believe in anything at all unless you specifically of seen it, which means you're moron. No one is questioning the existence of the president like people do question the existence of ghosts people debate that everyone who's not a paranoid. Fucking moron knows the president of real get out of here. There's no doubt about that. Unless you're intellectually disabled to the point that no analogy is going to help you understand anything..

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"andy freeman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"andy freeman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"By the time. He was diagnosed it was too late to administer the drug. There has been only three. I guess it was a drug that was previously provided to three of the only five known survivors in North America. And the drug is not easily accessible they say, so there's a pretty brain eating the comes from warm fresh water, and it's called primary amoebic Monenco encephalitis. So basically the amoeba gets up into your nose. And then it travels up your nose into the brain and likes the brain. It's a nice juicy. It's soft. It's I it's good blood flow. It's warm because these amoeba is like warm, and they like wet. So it's a great area. The nose won't stay in the nose because it's dry. So it will crawl up going to the brain. And then basically invade the brain. And by the time, it invades it and infects it it causes brain tissue. Swelling kills offering tissue. And you end up dying. Instability was a surfer snowboarder, really active guy. So they're still investigating. Now. We're being told by USA today that a portion of the water system in Louisiana has tested positive for the brain eating amoeba. Andy Freeman the operator of SOGA water systems that residents in south Bossier parish southeast. Shreveport may be affected. The Louisiana department of health conducted a random test of the system last week and notified the system of the positive is Friday, so go and purchase the water that tested positive for the from Bossier city. He he has disconnected from Bossier city water and is now using well water to supply those customers. So. Other testing sites. Do not have the Viva. But. Still go water system, which is what the residencies right was concerned about chlorine level. So they started flushing the affected portion of the water Wednesday. The water system has been instructed to intake, a free chlorine burn for the next sixty days. Now, the state has not issued a boil water order yet. So I know that freaks people out. There was somebody who had been using a Netti pot flushing out there. Sinuses years ago. I believe that was either in Florida or Louisiana, and they ended up getting the amoeba that way because of tap water. Which is why we never tell you to use tap water to flush out, your sinuses, crazy stuff. And usually these amoeba will enter the skin or they will enter through your nose and entering through your nose seems to be the most accessible way for it to get to the brain. And kill you. If you swallow the water, we don't see people getting infected, and that would make sense because most of these vivas that are that are there, the probably in the water, and if it doesn't get up into your nose, you know, people obviously a bit exposed what did they ever gotten hurt? We using those nose clips when you swim is crucial. And they say if you do swimming fresh freshwater, you have to be careful of the silks that's at the bottom because when you brush it up, that's what brings these amoeba higher. And then if you're dunked underwater, which people do that that's how it gets up into the nose. And it's scary stuff because this is so rare. But unfortunately, you know, we want our kids to play outdoors. Enjoy the summer and the fall enjoy nature, and these nasty things are out there. And even though they're rare they're so deadly and our medicine still aren't good enough. Enter diagnosis still is a good enough. Somebody from New Jersey is not going to be suspected to have this. But you know, he had gone down to he.

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