17 Burst results for "Benjamin Gray"

"benjamin gray" Discussed on Bunga Bunga

Bunga Bunga

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on Bunga Bunga

"Is Silvio. Sick. Threw coins at Bettino Craxi when he was disgraced as prime minister now. They're throwing condoms at the front gates of our Corey. Has Silvio finally gone too far? That's next time on. Bonga Bonga. From. Wonder this is episode six eight of Bunga Bunga. This series deals with issues of sexual violence. If you or someone you know is a victim of sexual assault reach out for help in the US. You can contact the national sexual assault hotline by calling one, eight, hundred, six, five, six hope that's one, eight, hundred, six, five, six, four, six, seven, three or you can chat anonymously with the hotline staff by. Messaging. The Rape Abuse and Incest National Network at online rain dot org online R. A. I N. N. Dot Org. The next episode will be out in a week but if you WANNA listen right now, all eight episodes are available on wondering plus and on the wondering APP, and if you want to help us spread the word, please give a five star rating and review on Apple podcasts and be sure to tell your friends. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, spotify the wondering APP or wherever you're listening right now join wondering plus in the wondering apt to listen Ad Free I'm your host Whitney, cummings I host another podcast. You should check out called good for you. Alexander steelers book is called sack of Rome. Benjamin Gray wrote this story associate producer is Guglielmo Mattioli additional reporting by Julia Alanya back checking by Jacqueline Colletti managing producer is locked up on. Sound designed by Jeff Chevette are executive producers, George Lavender Marsha Louis, and her non Lopez for wondering..

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on Bunga Bunga

Bunga Bunga

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on Bunga Bunga

"It was hard very hard. And Berlusconi House. He spending his New Year's Eve. He's sitting at his villa at our corey, the one his fixer stole out from under a teenage girl who just lost her parents he sitting with as Rembrandt's his frescoes self-portraits. And he's doing. It's been two years since he's had to step down as prime minister, his legal and financial situation is more precarious in ever the magistrates led by yield of the red have breached his inner circle. Silvio Berlusconi needs a comeback. He needs to be prime minister again and this time he's GonNa. Get it right. That's on the next episode of Banga. From wondering, this is episode three of eight of Boom Bunga. You can subscribe to Bunga Bunga on Apple podcasts or you can listen early and add free by joining wondering plus in the wondering. and. The episode notes you'll find some Lincoln offers from our sponsors. Please support them another way you can support the show is by filling out a small survey at wondering dot com slash survey. I'm your host Whitney Cummings I host another podcast. You should check out cold good for you Alexander steelers book is called sack of Rome. Benjamin Gray wrote this story associate producer is Liam Oh Mattioli additional reporting by Julia. Fact checking by Jacqueline Colletti managing producer is Lata Ponta. Sound Design by Jeff Smith are executive producers are George, lavender Marshal Louis, and her non Lopez for wondering..

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

"Cover art in this podcast, you'll find the absolute including some details. You may have missed. You'll also find some offers from our sponsors by supporting them. You help us offer this show to you for free, and if you do like the show, we'd love you to give us a five star rating and leave review. I always love to know your thoughts and reviews or one of the best ways for others to find the show. Tell your friends and family and showed them how to subscribe. You can also find us and me on twitter search for the Hashtag American. American scandal or follow me at Lindsey Graham. We use many sources when researching our stories, we highly recommend the books, not one drop by Ricky and out of an out of the channel by John. Keeble and if you WANNA see photos of the spill, you can find a link in our show notes to an article in the Atlantic with photos by Reuters and others who are on the side of the time, and just a quick note about our reenactments. You can't always know exactly what was said, but everything in our show is based on historical research American. Scandal has hosted edited and executive produced by me. Lindsey Graham for. Sound Design Derek bears this episode was written by Benjamin, Gray Editing by Andrew stelter executive producers are Stephanie Jen's Marshal, Louis and Hernan Lopez for wondering..

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

"Next on American scandal as oil spreads hundreds of miles down the Alaskan coast. Exxon gets new marching orders from the president of the United States and the fishermen of Cordova begin to turn on each other. I hope you enjoyed this episode of Americans. Can if you do subscribe now on Apple podcasts. Spotify Google PODCAST WANDERING DOT COM or wherever. You're listening to this right now if you're listening on a smartphone tap or swipe over the covered this podcast you'll find the episodes including some details. Who may have missed? You'll also find some offers from our sponsors by supporting our sponsors. You help us off this show too for free. And if you like the show one of the best ways you can show your appreciation to give us a five star rating and leave a review. I always love to know. Your thoughts and reviews are some of the best ways for others to find the show. Tell your friends and family show them how to subscribe. We use many sources. When researching are stories? We highly recommend the books. Not One drop by ricky out of the channel by John Keeble. Do you WanNa see photos at the spill. You can find a link in our show notes to an article in the Atlantic photos by Reuters. Now there's who on site at the time and just a quick note about our reenactments most cases we can't not exactly what was said but everything in our show is based on historical research. American scandal was hosted ended. It sound design and executive produced by Lindsey Graham for airship additional production assistants by Derek. Barron's this episode is written by Benjamin Gray editing by Andrew stelter executive producers are Stephanie Jen's Marshal Louis and non Lopez for wondering. Hey I'm Steven Johnson. Host of wondering show American innovations where we go deep into the stories of the scientists and engineers ordinary people who shaped our modern world on our latest series. We're bringing you. The story of chewing gum. Mankind has been chewing chice APPS and residents since time immemorial but it took American ingenuity and the hubris of a one legged general from Mexico to turn modern day chewing gum into a reality for this and other great series subscribe now to American innovations from wondering..

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on Blood Ties

Blood Ties

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on Blood Ties

"Clock was an example where that actually worked worked. Where when you hear that grandfather clock you know you're in the Richland's house well and the difference there between the windbreaker man and the grandfather clock is the grandfather clock is actually emotionally evocative Aug. in a way that the wind windbreaker is not and I think that that's why it feels organic to the story because we know what it means to eleanor? And it's kind of a reminder of life before she knew all of this and so because it has an emotional place in the world of the story it doesn't doesn't feel expository every time you hear the grandfather clock. Let's talk about the cast. How did you arrive on Gillian? Jacobs and Josh Scan Gillian signed on first and I've been a big fan of hers. I love the show. Love on Net flicks She he was in an independent film. That came out a couple of years called. Don't think twice. I just think she's really talented. And the process of making this only made me have more respect for her She really really feels into the Into this character and into these moments so quickly ineffectively and You know one of the things with the series that we wanted was to make sure that it was very clear and accessible to people who have never listen to an audio drama before So she really invested in making sure that the emotions were true but the things got across to the Audience Josh Gad is arguably one of the most successful voice actors of our our generation eighties. He's law from frozen but You know the idea of Olaf you know the voice that you know as the snowman from frozen being this sort of morally ambiguous Drug addicted brother was just too great. I also just As a writer my favorite part of the of the process is when you actually get to see what the actors do with the writing and what rings true for them uh-huh and what doesn't and what and what they choose to tweak. Because at the end of the day you know we write these scripts and you can make all these plans. But they're the only ones who are actually diving down in there and seeing what's inside and what does it feel like to be inside these these scenes and so it's always a wonderful moment when they come back out and Kinda report back like what's going on in there what worked what didn't and They were they're both. You know very very very sensitive great readers and and great Critics and I I felt like they brought a lot to the To the story into into the script in the studio I know from working with actors on audio dramas that they often express that this is is one of the purest forms of acting that they've experienced they get to forget blocking and camera angles and wardrobe make up and just just really embodied the character as wondering two things. Did your cast express any opinions about acting in an audio drama that it was different for them and And how did they embody the character did day themselves bring any improvisation to the roles We recorded for about a week in Los Los Angeles And they both Did say that. They felt like a lot of the tools that they usually have. Were taken away from them in this case. So you know if you can rely on a on a look where gesture when you're acting for for television or film that's available to you. I think any any actor would love that. There's no hair and makeup required. You just roll into the studio That's just anybody's dream but on top of that. I think that they both had to figure out how to Play the intention of a moment with just their voice as far as improvisation. Yeah they did a lot especially in the scenes. That was them talking. They were really active participants in figuring out starting with the script. What What would make it work in fact and we have big twist at the end? which for some reason you're listening to this and you haven't listened all six episodes We find out at the very end that Peter Richland a father is actually still alive. That was Joshua's idea. He said You've got to have him come back at the very last minute. And so we recorded a couple of different front ideas for endings and that was the one that we went with and so that was a contribution right there from Josh. I find that incredible. It seems like the big tee up for season two was an improvisation it feels completely built in to the story ARC. It was something that Ben and I had considered but we to be honest we toss it off as to soap opera. Ish like he's actually still alive but over the course of making it we kind of came around and then when we listen to it we were like. Yeah I think this works. I mean this obviously sets up a big train running to go into season two that we have to address. Yeah absolutely and you know. This happens. A lot with collaborations where it's like. You know we. We had discussed an eliminated that as a possibility for the for the end of the series and yet Josh was pointing out that we actually kind of wrote it in. I mean like you said Lindsey like it's in it's in there was still in the in the writing and but I'm just I'm so happy that he that he recognized recognized it and And pointed out. Well now that you've got your new improvised season to What do you think is coming coming for us? What what can we expect for me? Season one like like what Marshall said is about is about to people who find themselves caught in a situation. That's much much much larger than anything they've ever had to deal with and they have to decide how to react and they each choose a different course and by the end of season one. They've they've made their choices and season two for me. They're going to have to confront the consequences intentional or unintended of those choices and those consequences are are not anything like what they're expecting. They're very surprising. Very challenging changing Very very intense. I'd also say that you know as for that that final final twist. I think that even even as adults we we kinda behave one way when we think that our parents might be watching us and a little differently when we know they aren't and There's definitely a gap between the two. And I think the season two is gonNA live in that gap and Michael and Eleanor can have to confront that gap. Yeah I think the Ark of the first season was really this idea that Michael and eleanor on an inevitable path to breaking between between each each other that their reaction to this big moment at the beginning when their parents die is that they are not going to be on speaking terms. uh-huh when when season two starts and I think that that is definitely going to be the jumping off point on top of everything else that they sort of both have a large share share in this company that they're still questions around. What happens with Santino? They're still obviously questions about what's going to happen. Now that we know that Dr Richland is Back Jack or a WHO he. WHO's GonNa know that information and we are going to start from there as we dive in this season to well? I'm excited for season. Two and looking forward to who it later this year then Marsha thanks for talking with me thanks Lindsay great talking with you. Thanks for having me. That was my conversation with Benjamin Gray and Marsha Louis the writer and director factor of blood ties Blantyre Season Two will premiere July twenty twenty. Be Sure to subscribe to get all the updates and be the first to hear the season two trailer from. I'm wondering this was a special behind the scenes. Look at the making of blood ties. If you'd like to help us spread the word please give blood ties. A five star review. Tell your friends to subscribe wondering podcasts are available on Apple podcasts. spotify cast box and every major listening APP as well as wondering Dot Com. If you're listening on a smartphone tap or swipe over the cover art of this podcast you find the episode notes and offers from our sponsors when you support our sponsors. You help bring shows like blood ties to you for free another way. You can and support the show spy filling out a quick survey at wondering dot com slash. Survey thank you. This episode of blood ties was hosted by meet Lindsey Graham produced by early Hernandez Executive Producers Are Maggie Monaco Marshal Louis and Hernan Lopez for wandering..

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

Roleplay Retcon

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

"Point to treachery, a social deduction cultist game where a magic eight ball decides your fate, and they're pretty great. We actually talked to them about making a game based on small soldiers and they came up with some assembly required, which is super awesome next up. We got a shout out from Eddie Jensen who's the artist of the web comic. Grapple seed. Eddie wanted us to say on his behalf. Riders are the unsung heroes of web comics the storytellers the song singers, the voice behind the curtain as an artist. I get a lot of praise in the web comic community. The artist gets the follows the artists gets the fan or in the Ryder gets nitpicks in complaints of plot holes. So this is shout out to three of my favorite web comic writers. Homar Hagan Halligan writer of grapple seed. Benjamin gray writer, Dan, the snowman in J in monk rider of star him or y'all killin it. And yeah, that was again, from Eddie Johnson of grapple sees you guys should go to grapple comic dot com. Check that out, and I also have some thank yous some of our thank yous. Come from our four. The chaotic chaotic goodness podcast, particularly Kim from chaotic goodness. Ben's been listening to this podcast, a little and their GM lets the players make a lot of choices about the world in it. It's it gives up a pretty funny space opera vibe. That's kind of like future. Rama oracle Chem talks is on both Instagram and Twitter, and we love them so much. Thanks, kim. Next up. Thanks to gauge Lippold, who makes a fun furry web comic called key to the future state for tweeting about the show. Gauge goes by professional for Sona raider on Twitter and we'll actually do that for you. Apparently gauge is always engaging and sending us ideas be let gauge and send your own ideas for things we should have done with Indiana Jones on the crystal kingdom of the crystal skulls, and we'll pick some of those to discuss when we do our role play rehash episodes for this series. Thanks gauge and mixed up, thank you to Peyton boulevard of conquest interactive conquest. Performance. Art group, that jazz cons, cool stuff, like puppets, and costly. She's an old friend of Alex's in bins thanksgiving. Peyton thank you to headliner reuse headliner make these little one minute preview videos or episodes in automatically transcribes, the captions for us for free, which is awesome. Thank you to Alex is awesome imputable in amazing wife Janette. She is the talent behind Inc Spitzer design, and the person who made our logo. She is the best also bins brother Caleb he is. In fact, my brother Caleb is well, for making some of the music we use, and for just being released a port of, of role play ret. Con you might remember Caleb from our Bettman series, if you like role play right on. And you want to keep it going, please. Tell your friends on spread the word about us on Twitter, or Facebook, or Instagram is the best way for us to grow. We actually tried to get a Facebook ad going. Recently ended pretty much nothing for us. So we love re tweets and likes but we what we really need is for you to actually talk. Us up not just share re tweet, the best way to do that is to use the hashtag hashtag role play rut. Con if you do that will return the favor and give you a little shadow during the segment..

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on 790 KABC

"La. And of course, we are very proud of that. And it is extremely important to us to be ethical and to be fully disclosing everything and honesty above reproach. And we believe that we are fiduciary also as a registered investment advisor. But at the same time, this does not mean that the Better Business Bureau is recommending us to be your financial adviser, just so you know, they're just talking about. That's all anyway, we are back and we're talking now about our philosophy. So since we work with clients who are primarily as I mentioned retired or retiring soon who are over fifty our philosophy is that we want to protect principle. I that's job number one for us. And this is actually contrary in many ways to the notion of buy and hold okay? Because buying hold says that you have diversified portfolio of quality investments, you rebalance them. Maybe prianti to keep them in the risk profile that you're supposed to be. Be in. And then your job is done. We'll see the problem with that is that if you have a bear market such as thousand eight or why do k and many others, then you're violating the rule of rule number one. Which is don't lose money. Right. Protect principle you're violating their rule, and that's a role we have. And so therefore, we believe that you should have a strategy of buy hold and protect okay? I believe there is no doubt. So you we want to protect your principal, and one of the things that is always very nice for me is when somebody who's way smarter and way better at all this stuff, and I'll ever be agrees or has agreed to it to what I our philosophy. Right. And so one of the things that we have all of our advisers, go through is the charter retirement planning counselor designation. Okay. We we put them through that professional designation, which is to be a retirement planning counselor to be chartered in that in that regard. And so I'm going through the program myself, and one of the things that I came across was this discussion about different investment, philosophies that are good for retired people and one of them that I came across was exactly what we talk about. And I was like, wow. This is really cool. So this is Benjamin Graham, okay? So Benjamin Graham is the father of modern. Security analysis and his a lot of the things that he came up with are still used by a lot of money managers today. And so he he actually was born in eighteen ninety four died in nineteen seventy eight. And he was the leading contributor in. I'm reading here from the college of financial planning chartered consultant retirement planning counselor booklet, but Benjamin gray was a leading contributor to the science of investing. He he entered a field where decisions were made on the basis of dubious tips hearsay inside information, and intuition and left it with a methodology worthy of true, profession Graham, not only developed the methods of modern security analysis used throughout the investment industry, but he pioneered the strategy of value, investing and Graham was extremely careful and thorough investor and he held safety of principle as the first requirement protect principle. I after that, you can do whatever you want. But that's the first one. And so he also I really found this to be interesting. He there's a parable here that I wanna read to you Graham, use a parable of Mr. market too ill. Straight importance of his philosophy. Okay. So in the example, that he used the stock investor is a partner in a business with other partners. One of whom is Mr. market, Mr. market can be very emotional and subject at times to extremes of euphoria and depression. I would say that's true. Each day. Mr. market offers the investors opportunity to buy or sell the investors stock to him. Sometimes Mr. market is your fork, and some and therefore it will trade the stock at a very high price to partner the investor at other times, Mr. market is very despondent. And we'll trade the stock at depressed prices much below its true value, Mr. market does not care if he takes advantage of the investor nor does he care if the investor takes advantage of him. It is up to the investor to understand these mood swings and use them to make smart profitable trade with Mr. market. Okay. So that's Benjamin Graham, and that is what we believe as well. Our belief system is that you need to be aware that Mr. market can become very depressed. And when Mr. market becomes depressed. He goes way way down as in SNP down fifty seven percent in the talk market crash of oh eight and forty nine percent in Y two K and other times we had. Big drops. And when Mr. market is depressed, you need to not be in the market taking a beating when that's happening. That's. It is very interesting. That's why we believe you should have a buy hold and protect strategy to get out when Mr. market is depressed because why rule number one don't lose money. Am I alone on this? Does anybody agree with that? So if you're retired or retiring soon, I think it is so important to preserve your principal. And we talked about it a lot on this show and with our clients, and that is that the five years.

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on KTRH

"And of course, we are very proud of that. And it is extremely important to us to be ethical and to be fully disclosing everything and honesty above reproach. And we believe that we are fiduciary also as a as a registered investment adviser. But at the same time, this does not mean that the Better Business Bureau is recommending us to be your financial adviser, just so you know, they're just talking about ethics. That's all. But anyway, we are back and we're talking now about our philosophy. So since we work with clients who are primarily as I mentioned retired or retiring soon who are over fifty our philosophy is that we want to protect principle. I that's job number one for us. And this is actually contrary I in in many ways to the notion of buy and hold, okay? Because buying hold says that you have diversified portfolio of quality investments, you rebalance done maybe prianti to keep them in the risk profile that you're supposed to be in. And then your job is done. We'll see the problem with that is that if you have a bear market such as two thousand and eight or why do k and many others, then you're violating the rule of rule number one. Which is don't lose money. Right. Protect principle. You're violating that rule. And that's a rule we have. And so therefore, we believe that you should have a strategy of buy hold and protect okay? Doubt about there is no doubt. So you want to protect your principal. And you know, one of the things that is always very nice for me is when somebody who's way smarter and way better at all this stuff than I'll ever be agrees or has agreed to it to what I our philosophy. Right. And so one of the things that we we have all of our advisers, go through is the charter retirement planning counselor designation. Okay. We we put them through that professional designation, which is to be a retirement planning counselor to be chartered in that in that regard. And so I'm going through the program myself, and one of the things that I came across was this discussion about different investment, philosophies that are good for retired people and one of them that I came across was exactly what we talk about. And I was like, wow. This is really cool. So this is Benjamin Graham, okay? So Benjamin Graham is the father of modern. Security analysis and his a lot of the things that he came up with are still used by a lot of money managers today. And so he he actually was born in eighteen ninety four died in nineteen seventy eight. And he was the leading contributor in. I'm reading here from the college of financial planning chartered a consultant retirement planning counselor booklet, but Benjamin gray was a leading contributor to the science of investing. He he entered a field where decisions were made on the basis of dubious tips hearsay inside information, and intuition and left it with a methodology worthy of true profession Graham, not only developed the analytical methods of modern security analysis used throughout the investment industry, but he pioneered the strategy of value, investing and Graham was extremely careful and thorough investor and he held safety of principle as the first requirement protect principle. I after that, you can do whatever you want. But that's the first one. And so he also, and I and I really find this to be interesting. He he there's a parable here that I want to read to you Graham, use a parable of Mr. market too ill. Straight importance of his philosophy. Okay. So the example that he used the stock investor is a partner in a business with other partners. One of whom is Mr. market, Mr. market can be very emotional and subject at times to extremes of euphoria and depression. I would say that's true. Each day. Mr. market offers the investors to buy or sell the investors stock to him. Sometimes Mr. market is your fork and some time and therefore will trade the stock at a very high price to his partner. The investor at other times, Mr. market is very despondent. And we'll trade the stock at depressed prices much below its true value. Mr. market does not care. If you take advantage of the investor, nor does he care if the investor takes advantage of him. It is up to the investor to understand these mood swings and used them to make smart profitable trades with Mr. market. Okay. So that's Benjamin Graham, and that is what we believe as well. Our belief system is that you need to be aware that Mr. market can become very depressed, and when Mr. market becomes depressed. He goes way way down as in SNP down fifty seven percent in the talk market crash of eight and forty nine percent in Y two K and other times, you know, we had. Big drops. And when Mr. market is depressed, you need to not be in the market taking a beating when that's happening. That's interesting. It is very interesting. That's why we believe you should have a by hold at protect strategy to get out when Mr. market is depressed because why rule number one don't lose money. Am I alone on this? Does anybody agree with that? So if you're retired or retiring soon, I think it is so important to preserve your principal. And we talk about it a lot on this show and with our clients, and that is that the five years before you retire after are the single in our opinion, the single most important decade of your entire financial life because if you lose forty or fifty percent of your money during that decade, many studies have shown that you could run out of money during your lifetime. Certainly you'll be difficult for you to retire. If you wanted to when you when you wanted to a lot about things come with that that we don't want for you. Okay. So here's what I'd like for you to go to our website. It's money matters dot net. Moneymatters dot net. And when you're there what you'll see is you can sign up for one of our seminars, or you can meet with an adviser what we want to do at the seminar is talk with you about social security when and how to take it. In fact, we're gonna talk about the fact that the IRS. Out. Yeah. Those guys they want attacks eighty five percent of your social security benefit. Did you know that eighty five percent? We'll show you how to beat it. If it's at all possible. We want to talk about your 4._0._1._K. We want to talk about where to get income. Do you have enough money to retire on? And we're gonna talk about reducing your income taxes five strategies to do that. We have a lot of information that we believe that someone who is over fifty retired or retiring soon would find beneficial. So if that's you money matters dot net is the website moneymatters dot net. All right. We're gonna take a break. And when we come back, we're gonna talk about how to pass on to your spouse, the fruits of your joint or separate labor. So stay tuned. This is money matters..

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And of course, we are very proud of that. And it is extremely important to us to be ethical and to be fully disclosing everything and honesty above reproach. And we believe that we are fiduciary also as a as a registered investment adviser. But at the same time, this does not mean that the Better Business Bureau is recommending us to be your financial adviser, just so you know, they're just talking about ethics. That's all. But anyway, we are back and we're talking now about our philosophy. So since we work with clients who are primarily as I mentioned retired or retiring soon, we're over fifty our philosophy is that we want to protect principle. I that's job number one for us. And this is actually contrary in in many ways to the notion of buy and hold okay? Because buying hold says that you have diversified portfolio of quality investments, you rebalance them maybe prianti to keep them in the risk profile that you're supposed to be in. And then your job is done. We'll see the problem with that is that if you have a bear market such as two thousand eight or y two K and many others, then you're violating the rule of rule number one. Which is dull lose money, right? Protect principle. You're violating that rule. And that's a real we have. And so therefore, we believe that you should have a strategy of buy hold and protect okay? I believe there is no doubt. So you want to protect your principal. And you know, one of the things that is always very nice for me is when somebody who's way smarter way better at all this stuff, and I'll ever be agrees or has agreed to it to what I our philosophy. Right. And so one of the things that we have all of our advisers, go through is the charter retirement planning counselor designation. Okay. We went are we put them through that professional designation, which is to be a retirement planning counselor to be chartered in that in that regard. And so I'm going through the program myself, and one of the things that I came across was this discussion about different investment, philosophies that are good for retired people and one of them that I came across was exactly what we talk about. And I was like, well, this is really cool. So this is Benjamin Graham, okay? So Benjamin Graham is the father of modern soc-. Curie analysis and his a lot of the things that he came up with are still used by a lot of money managers today. And so he he actually was born in eighteen ninety four died in nineteen seventy eight. And he was the leading contributor in. I'm reading here from the college of financial planning chartered a consultant retirement planning counselor booklet, but Benjamin gray was a leading contributor to the science of investing. He he entered a field where decisions were made on the basis of dubious tips hearsay inside information, and intuition and left it with a methodology worthy of true, profession Graham, not only developed the unethical methods of modern security analysis used throughout the investment industry, but he pioneered the strategy of value, investing and Graham was extremely careful and thorough investor and he held safety of principle as the first requirement protect principle. I after that, you can do whatever you want. But that's the first one. And so he also, and I really find this to be interesting. He he there's a parable here that I wanna read to you Graham, use a parable of Mr. market too ill. Straight the importance of his philosophy. Okay. So in the example, that he used the stock investor is a partner in a business with other partners. One of whom is Mr. market, Mr. market can be very emotional and subject at times to extremes of euphoria and depression. I would say that's true. Each day. Mr. market offers the investors opera tuneD to buy or sell the investors stock to him. Sometimes Mr. market is your fork and some and therefore will trade the stock at a very high price to his partner. The investor at other times, Mr. market is very despondent. And we'll trade the stock at depressed prices much below its true value, Mr. market does not care if he takes advantage of the investor nor does he care if the investor takes advantage of him. It is up to the investor to understand these mood swings and used them to make smart profitable trade with Mr. market. Okay. So that's Benjamin Graham, and that is what we believe is. Well, our belief system is that you need to be aware that Mr. market can become very depressed. And when Mr. market becomes depressed. He goes way way down as in SNP down fifty seven percent in the talk market crash of oh eight and forty nine percent in Y two K and other times, you know, we had. Big drops. And when Mr. market is depressed, you need to not be in the market taking a beating when that's happening. That's. It is very interesting. That's why we believe you should have a buy hold and protect strategy to get out when Mr. market is depressed because why rule number one don't lose money. Am I alone on this? Does anybody agree with that? So if you're retired or retiring soon, I think it is so important to preserve your principal. And we talk about it a lot on this show and with our clients, and that is that the five years before.

Mr. market Benjamin Graham Better Business Bureau principal partner fiduciary Benjamin gray Curie consultant two K fifty seven percent forty nine percent five years
"benjamin gray" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"La. And of course, we are very proud of that. And it is extremely important to us to be ethical and to be fully disclosing everything and honesty above reproach. And we believe that we are fiduciary also as a as a registered investment adviser. But at the same time, this does not mean that the Better Business Bureau is recommending us to be your financial adviser, just so you know, they're just talking about ethics. That's all. But anyway, we are back and we're talking now about our philosophy. So since we work with clients who are primarily as I mentioned retired or retiring soon who are over fifty our philosophy is that we want to protect principle. I that's job number one for us. And this is actually contrary in in many ways to the notion of buy and hold okay? Because buying hold says that you have a diversified portfolio of quality investments, you rebalance done maybe Priyadarshini to keep them in the risk profile that you're supposed to be. Be in. And then your job is done. We'll see the problem with that is that if you have a bear market such as two thousand eight or why do and many others, then you're violating the rule of rule number one. Which is don't lose money. Right. Protect principle. You're violating that rule. And that's a rule we have. And so therefore, we believe that you should have a strategy of buy hold and protect okay? No doubt about it. I believe there is no doubt. So you we want to protect your principal, and one of the things that is always very nice for me is when somebody who's way smarter and way better at all this stuff than I'll ever be agrees or has agreed to it to what I our philosophy. Right. And so one of the things that we have all of our advisers, go through is the charter retirement planning counselor designation. Okay. We went are. We put them through that professional designation. Which is to be a retirement planning counselor to be a chartered in that in that regard. And so I'm going through the program myself, and one of the things that I came across was this discussion about different investment, philosophies that are good for retired people and one of them that I came across was exactly what we talk about. And I was like, wow. This is really cool. So this is Benjamin Graham, okay? So Benjamin Graham is the father of modern security analysis, and his a lot of the things that he came up with are still used by a lot of money managers today. And so he he actually was born in eighteen ninety four died in nineteen seventy eight. And he was the leading contributor in. I'm reading here from the college of financial planning, so chartered a consultant retirement planning counselor booklet, but Benjamin gray was a leading contributor to the science of investing. He he entered a field where decisions were made on the basis of dubious tips hearsay inside information, and intuition and left it with a methodology worthy of the true profession Graham, not only developed the analytical methods of modern security analysis used throughout the investment industry, but he pioneered the strategy of value, investing and Graham was extremely careful and thorough investor and he held safety of principle as the first requirement protect principle. I after that, you can do whatever you want. But that's the first one. And so he also, and I really found this to be interesting. He there's a parable here that I want to read to you Graham, use a parable of Mr. market too ill. Straight the importance of his philosophy. Okay. So in the example, that he used the stock investor is a partner in a business with other partners. One of whom is Mr. market, Mr. market can be very emotional and subject at times to extremes of euphoria and depression. I would say that's true. Each day. Mr. market offers the investors in opportunity to buy or sell the investors stock to him. Sometimes Mr. market is your fork and some and therefore will trade the stock at a very high price to his partner. The investor at other times, Mr. market is very despondent. And we'll trade the stock at depressed prices much below its true value, Mr. market does not care if he takes advantage of the investor nor does he care if the investor takes advantage of him. It is up to the investor to understand these mood swings and used them to make smart profitable trades with Mr. market. Okay. So that's Benjamin Graham, and that is what we believe is. Well, our belief system is that you need to be aware that Mr. market can become very depressed, and when Mr. market becomes depressed. He goes way way down as in SNP down fifty seven percent in the stock market crash of oh eight and forty nine percent in Y two K and other times, you know, we had. Big drops. And when Mr. market is depressed, you need to not be in the market taking a beating when that's happening. That's interesting. It is very interesting. That's why we believe you should have a by hold at protect strategy to get out when Mr. market is depressed because why rule number one don't lose money. Am I alone on this? Does anybody agree with that? So if you're retired or retiring soon, I think it is so important to preserve your principal. And we talk about it a lot on this show in with our clients. And that is that the five years before you retire in the five years after are the single in our opinion, the single most important decade of your entire financial life because if you lose forty or fifty percent of your money during that decade, many studies have shown that you could run out of money during your lifetime. Certainly you'll be difficult for you to retire. If you wanted to when you when you want it to a lot about things come with that that we don't want for you. Okay. So here's what I'd like for you to go to our website. It's money matters dot net. Moneymatters dot net. And when you're there what you'll see is you can sign up for one of our seminars, or you can meet with an adviser what we want to do at the seminar is talk with you about social security when and how to take it. In fact, we're going to talk about the fact that the IRS. Out. Yeah. Those guys they want attacks eighty five percent of your social security benefit. Did you know that eighty five percent? We'll show you how to beat it. If it's at all possible. We want to talk about your 4._0._1._K. We want to talk about where to get income. Do you have enough money to retire on? And we're going to talk about reducing your income taxes five strategies to do that. We have a lot of information that we believe that someone who is over fifty retired or retiring soon would find beneficial. So if that's you money matters dot net is the website moneymatters dot net. All right. We're gonna take a break. And when we come back, we're going to talk about how to pass on to your spouse, the fruits of your joint or separate labor. So stay tuned. This is money matters. And I am Ken moraif..

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on KTRH

"And we are back. This is money matters with Ken moraif. And of course, I am your host Ken moraif. Thank you, Jack. I have been a certified financial planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years. And all of the ideas that we talk about on this show. These are the very same ideas that we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients, and we are a firm that specializes in retirement planning. So our clients are primarily people who are over the age of fifty who are retired or retiring soon and actually for the second year, we've been nominated twice by the north central Texas Better Business Bureau for the torch award for ethics, and in fact, this last year we actually won the award for for ethics torture award for ethics from the Better Business Bureau. And of course, we are very proud of that. And it is extremely important to us to be ethical and to be fully disclosing everything and honesty above reproach. And we believe that we are fiduciary also as a as a registered investment adviser. But at the same time, this does not mean that the Better Business Bureau is recommending us to be your financial adviser, just so you know, they're just talking about ethics. That's all. But anyway, we are back and we're talking now about our philosophy. So since we work with clients who are primarily as I mentioned retired or retiring soon who are over fifty our philosophy is that we want to protect principle. I that's job number one for us. And this is actually contrary in in many ways to the notion of buy and hold okay? Because buying hold says that you have diversified portfolio of quality investments, you rebalanced them maybe prianti to keep them in the risk profile that you're supposed to be in. And then your job is done. We'll see the problem with that is that if you have a bear market such as thousand eight or why two K and many others, then you're violating the rule of rule number one. Which is don't lose money. Right. Protect principle. You're violating rule, and that's a rule we have. And so therefore, we believe that you should have a strategy of buy hold and protect okay? I believe there is no doubt. So you we want to protect your principal, and one of the things that is always very nice for me is when somebody who's way smarter and way better at all this stuff than I'll ever be agrees or has agreed to it to what I our philosophy. Right. And so one of the things that we we have all of our advisers, go through is the charter retirement planning counselor designation. Okay. We went are we put them through that professional designation, which is to be a retirement planning counselor to be chartered in that in that regard. And so I'm going through the program myself, and one of the things that I came across was this discussion about different investment, philosophies that are good for retired people and one of them that I came across was exactly what we talk about. And I was like, wow. This is really cool. So this is Benjamin Graham, okay? So Benjamin Graham is the father of modern. Security analysis and his a lot of the things that he came up with are still used by a lot of money managers today. And so he he actually was born in eighteen ninety four died in nineteen seventy eight. And he was the leading contributor in. I'm reading here from the college of financial planning chartered a consultant retirement planning counselor booklet, but Benjamin gray was a leading contributor to the science of investing. He he entered a field where decisions were made on the basis of dubious tips hearsay inside information, and intuition and left it with a methodology worthy of true profession Graham, not only developed the analytical methods of modern security analysis used throughout the investment industry, but he pioneered the strategy of value, investing and Graham was extremely careful and thorough investor. He held safety of principle as the first requirement protect principle. I after that, you can do whatever you want. But that's the first one. And so he also, and I really find this to be interesting. He he there's a parable here that I want to read to you Graham, use a parable of Mr. market too ill. Straight importance of his philosophy. Okay. So the example that he used the stock investor is a partner in a business with other partners. One of whom is Mr. market, Mr. market can be very emotional and subject at times to extremes of euphoria and depression. I would say that's true. Each day. Mr. market offers the investors inoperability to buy or sell the investors stock to him. Sometimes Mr. market is your fork and some time and therefore will trade the stock at a very high price to his partner. The investor at other times, Mr. market is very despondent. And we'll trade the stock at depressed prices much below its true value, Mr. market does not care if he takes advantage of the investor nor does he care if the investor takes advantage of him. It is up to the investor to understand these mood swings and used them to make smart profitable trades with Mr. market. Okay. So that's Benjamin Graham, and that is what we believe is. Well, our belief system is that you need to be aware that Mr. market can become very depressed. And when Mr. market becomes depressed. He goes way way down as in SNP down fifty seven percent in the talk market crash of oh eight and forty nine percent in Y two K and other times, you know, we had. Big drops. And when Mr. market is depressed, you need to not be in the market taking a beating when that's happening. That's interesting. It is very interesting. That's why we believe you should have a buy hold at protect strategy to get out when Mr. market is depressed because why rule number one all lose money. Am I alone on this? Does anybody agree with that? So if you're retired or retiring soon, I think it is so important to preserve your principal. And we talk about it a lot on this show and with our clients, and that is that the five years before you retire in the five years after the single in our opinion, the single most important decade of your entire financial life because if you lose forty or fifty percent of your money during that decade, many studies have shown that you could run out of money during your lifetime. Certainly you'll be difficult for you to retire. If you wanted to when you when you wanted to a lot about things come with that that we don't want for you. Okay. So here's what I'd like for you to go to our website. It's money. Moneymatters dot net moneymatters dot net. And when you're there what you'll see is you can sign up for one of our seminars, or you can meet with an adviser what we want to do at the seminar is talk with you about social security when and how to take it. In fact, we're gonna talk about the fact that the IRS. Out. Yeah. Those guys they want attacks eighty five percent of your social security benefit. Did you know that eighty five percent? We'll show you how to beat it. If it's at all possible. We want to talk about your 4._0._1._K. We wanna talk about where to get income. Do you have enough money to retire on? And we're gonna talk about reducing your income taxes five strategies to do that. We have a lot of information that we believe that.

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Thank you, Jack. I have been a certified financial planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years. And all of the ideas that we talk about on this show. These are the very same ideas that we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients, and we are affirmed that specializes in retirement planning. So our clients are primarily people who are over the age of fifty who are retired or retiring soon and actually for the second year. We we've been nominated twice by the north central Texas Better Business Bureau for the torch award for ethics, and in fact, this last year we actually won the award for ethics the torch award for ethics from the Better Business Bureau. La. And of course, we are very proud of that. And it is extremely important to us to be ethical and to be fully disclosing everything and honesty above reproach. And we believe that we are a fiduciary also as a registered investment advisor. But at the same time, this does not mean that the Better Business Bureau is recommending us to be your financial adviser, just so you know, they're just talking about ethics. That's all. But anyway, we are back and we're talking now about our philosophy. So since we work with clients who are primarily as I mentioned retired or retiring soon who are over fifty our philosophy is that we want to protect principle. I that's job number one for us. And this is actually contrary in in many ways to the notion of buy and hold. Okay. Because by it, hold says that you have a diversified portfolio of quality investments, you rebalance them maybe Priyadarshini to keep them in the risk profile that you're supposed to be in. And then your job is done. We'll see the problem with that is that if you have a bear market such as two thousand and eight or why do K and many others, then you're violating the rule of rule number one. Which is don't lose money. Right. Protect principle you're violating their rule, and that's a rule we have. And so therefore, we believe that you should have a strategy of buy hold and protect okay? I believe there is no doubt. So you want to protect your principal, and one of the things that is always very nice for me is when somebody who's way smarter and way better at all this stuff than I'll ever be agrees or has agreed to it to what I our philosophy. Right. And so one of the things that we have all of our advisers, go through is the charter retirement planning counselor designation. Okay. We we put them through that professional designation, which is to be a retirement planning counselor to be a chartered in that in that regard. And so I'm going through the program myself, and one of the things that I came across was this discussion about different investment, philosophies that are good for retired people and one of them that I came across was exactly what we talk about. And I was like, wow. This is really cool. So this is Benjamin Graham, okay? So Benjamin Graham is the father of modern. Security analysis and his a lot of the things that he came up with are still used by a lot of money managers today. And so he he actually was born in eighteen ninety four died in nineteen seventy eight. And he was the leading contributor in. I'm reading here from the college of financial planning, so chartered consultant retirement planning counselor booklet, but Benjamin gray was a leading contributor to the science of investing. He he entered a field where decisions were made on the basis of dubious tips hearsay inside information, and intuition and left it with a methodology worthy of true profession Graham, not only developed the analytical methods of modern security analysis used throughout the investment industry, but he pioneered the strategy of value, investing and Graham was extremely careful and thorough investor and he held safety of principle as the first requirement protect principle. I after that, you can do whatever you want. But that's the first one. And so he also, and I really found this to be interesting. He he had a parable here that I want to read to you Graham, use a parable of Mr. market too ill. Straight the importance of his philosophy. Okay. So in the example, that he used the stock investor is a partner in a business with other partners. One of whom is Mr. market, Mr. market can be very emotional and subject at times to extremes of euphoria and depression. I would say that's true. Each day. Mr. market offers the investors and opportunity to buy or sell the investor stock to him. Sometimes Mr. market is your fork and some and therefore we'll trade the stock at a very high priced as partner the investor at other times, Mr. market is very despondent. And we'll trade the stock at depressed prices much below its true value. Mr. market does not care. If you take advantage of the investor, nor does he care if the investor takes advantage of him. It is up to the investor to understand these mood swings and used them to make smart profitable trades with Mr. market. Okay. So that's Benjamin Graham, and that is what we believe as well. Our belief system is that you need to be aware that Mr. market can become very depressed, and when Mr. market becomes depressed. He goes way way down as in SNP down fifty seven percent in the stock market crash of oh eight and forty nine percent in Y two K and other times we had. Big drops. And when Mr. market is depressed, you need to not be in the market taking a beating when that's happening. That's. Very interesting. It is very interesting. That's why we believe you should have a buy hold that protect strategy to get out when Mr. market is depressed because why rule number one doll lose money. Am I alone on this? Does anybody agree with that? So if you're retired or retiring soon, I think it is so important to preserve your principal. And we talk about it a lot on this show and with our clients, and that is that the five years before you retire in the five years after are the single in our opinion, the single most important decade of your entire financial life because if you lose forty or fifty percent of your money during that decade, many studies have shown that you could run out of money during your lifetime. Certainly you'll be difficult for you to retire. If you wanted to when you when you wanted to a lot about things come with that we don't want for you. Okay. So here's what I'd like for you to go to our website. It's money matters dot net. Moneymatters dot net. And when you're there what you'll see is you can sign up for one of our seminars, or you can meet with an adviser what we want to do at the seminar talk with you about social security when and how to take it. In fact, we're going to talk about the fact that the IRS. Out. Yeah. Those guys they want tax eighty five percent of your social security benefits. Did you know that eighty five percent? We'll show you how to beat it. If it's at all possible. We want to talk about your 4._0._1._K. We want to talk about where to get income. Do you have enough money to retire on? And we're gonna talk about reducing your income taxes five strategies to do that. We have a lot of information that we believe that someone who is over fifty retired or retiring soon would find beneficial. So if that's you money matters dot net is the website money matters dot net part we're gonna take a break. And when we come back, we're gonna talk about how to pass on to your spouse, the fruits of your joint or separate labor. So stay tuned. This is money matters. And I am Ken if you're retired or retiring soon, you may be asking yourself do I have enough money to retire? How can I maximize my retirement income? Should I roll over my 4._0._1._K? Is there.

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Diamonds are forever. And we are back. This is money matters with Ken moraif. And of course, I am your host Ken moraif. Thank you, Jack. I have been a certified financial planner professional for the last twenty marvelous wonderful and very exciting years in all of the ideas that we talk about on this show. These are the very same ideas that we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients, and we are affirmed specializes in retirement planning. So our clients are primarily people who are over the age of fifty who are retired or retiring soon and actually for the second year, we've been nominated twice by the north central Texas Better Business Bureau for the torch award for ethics, and in fact, this last year we actually won the award for for ethics the torch award for ethics from the Better Business Bureau. And of course, we are very proud of that. And it is extremely important to us to be ethical and to be fully disclosing everything and honesty above reproach. And we believe that we are due Sherry also as a as a registered investment advisor. But at the same time, this does not mean that the Better Business Bureau is recommending us to be your financial adviser, just so you know, they're just talking about ethics. That's all. Anyway, we are back and we're talking now about our philosophy. So since we work with clients who are primarily as I mentioned retired or retiring soon, we're over fifty our philosophy is that we want to protect principle. I that's job number one for us. And this is actually contrary in in many ways to the notion of buy and hold okay? Because buying hold says that you have diversified portfolio of quality investment, you rebalance done maybe prianti to keep them in the risk profile that you're supposed to be in. And then your job is done. We'll see the problem with that is that if you have a bear market such as two thousand eight or why two k and many others, then you're violating the rule of rule number one. Which is dull lose money, right? Protect principle. You're violating that rule. And that's a rule we have. And so therefore, we believe that you should have a strategy of buy hold and protect. Okay. No doubt. I believe there is no doubt. So you we want to protect your principal. And you know, one of the things that is always very nice for me is when somebody who's way smarter and way better at all this stuff, and I'll ever be agrees or has agreed to it to what I are philosophy. Right. And so one of the things that we we have all of our advisers, go through is the charter retirement planning counselor designation. Okay. We went we put them through that professional designation, which is to be a retirement planning counselor to be chartered in that in that regard. And so I'm going through the program myself, and one of the things that I came across was this discussion about different investment, philosophies that are good for retired people and one of them that I came across was exactly what we talk about. And I was like, wow. This is really cool. So this is Benjamin Graham, okay? So Benjamin Graham is the father of modern security. Analysis and his a lot of the things that he came up with are still used by a lot of money managers today. And so he he actually was born in eighteen ninety four died in nineteen seventy eight. And he was the leading contributor in. I'm reading here from the college of financial planning chartered a consultant retirement planning counselor booklet, but Benjamin gray was a leading contributor to the science of investing. He he entered a field where decisions were made on the basis of dubious tips hearsay inside information, and intuition and left it with a methodology worthy of true profession Graham, not only developed the analytical methods of modern security analysis used throughout the investment industry, but he pioneered the strategy of value, investing.

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

Roleplay Retcon

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

"Playwright con does not own any part of the original versions of the movies. We rent con nor we associated in any way with the artist who made them also while we are not the rowdiest bunch. We are adults goofing off. So we might say some things that some people might not want their kids to hear. Everybody to role play. Rhett, gone today. I'm joined by Benjamin gray. Hi, jen. See last.

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

"Spill. Next week on American skin. Hari Krishna was movement. That started with good intentions and founder who wanted to help a generation of young Americans get closer to divinity. But when that founder died without naming a successor ambitious followers turned on each other leading the movement away from peace and higher consciousness and down a path towards crime violence and Merck. From wondering this is American scandal. I hope you enjoyed this. If you did subscribe now on apple podcasts. Spotify who go podcast wondering dot com or wherever you're listening to this. Right. If you're listening on a smartphone tapper swipe of the cover art, you'll find the episode notes, including some details. You'll also find some offers from our sponsors by supporting them you. Help us offer this show to you for free. We'd also like to learn a little bit about you. Please complete a short survey at wondering dot com slash survey. That's wondering dot com slash survey. We'd love to learn what you're listening to what you like. And what topics we might tackle next? You can also find us and me on Twitter. Search for hashtag American scandal or follow me at Lindsey Graham, muse many sources when researching we highly recommend the books not one drop by Ricky and out of the channel by John Keeble American scandal is hosted edited and executive produced by me wings Graham for airship sound signed by Derek Barron's. This episode was produced by Katie long. The Exxon Valdez series was written by Benjamin gray editing by Andrew Stelter, executive producers are Stephanie jen's, Marsha Louis and her non Lopez for wonder.

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

"Today. Next on American scandal. It's been thirty years since the Exxon Valdez struck a reef and Prince William Sound, but the disaster still river rates next week. I'll talk to Rick Steiner, Alaska, fishermen and marine conservation professor about the state of the sound today. Plus, we'll hear from journalist covered. The BP oil spill on how it compares to the Exxon. I hope you enjoyed this episode of American scandal. If you did subscribe now on apple podcasts. Spotify Google podcast wondering dot com or wherever you listen to this right now, if you're listening on a smartphone, tap or swipe the cover on this podcast. Find the episode notes including some details. You may have missed. You'll also find some offers from our sponsors by supporting our sponsors. You help us offer this show to you for free. And if you do like this show, one of the very best ways, you can show your appreciation is to give us a five star rating and leave a review I read every. Single one and love to know your thoughts. We use many sources when researching our story to books we highly recommend are not one drop by Ricky off and out of the channel John Keeble. If you wanna see photos of the spill, you can find Lincoln our show notes to an article in the Atlantic with photos by Reuters and others who are onsite at the time. And just a quick note about our reenactments, in most cases, we can't know exactly what was said. But everything in our show is based on historical research American scandals hosted edited sound designed and executive produced by me Lindsey Graham for airship additional production assistance by Derek vari-. This episode is written by Benjamin gray. And by Andrew stellar executive. Producers are Stephanie jen's Marsha Louis and her non Lopez for wondering.

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"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin gray" Discussed on American Scandal

"Today. Next on American scandal. It's been thirty years since the Exxon Valdez struck a reef and Prince William Sound, but the disaster still river rates next week. I'll talk to Rick Steiner, Alaska, fishermen and marine conservation professor about the state of the sound today. Plus, we'll hear from journalist covered. The BP oil spill on how it compares to the Exxon. I hope you enjoyed this episode of American scandal. If you did subscribe now on apple podcasts. Spotify Google podcast wondering dot com or wherever you listen to this right now, if you're listening on a smartphone, tap or swipe the cover on this podcast. Find the episode notes including some details. You may have missed. You'll also find some offers from our sponsors by supporting our sponsors. You help us offer this show to you for free. And if you do like this show, one of the very best ways, you can show your appreciation is to give us a five star rating and leave a review I read every. Single one and love to know your thoughts. We use many sources when researching our story to books we highly recommend are not one drop by Ricky off and out of the channel John Keeble. If you wanna see photos of the spill, you can find Lincoln our show notes to an article in the Atlantic with photos by Reuters and others who are onsite at the time. And just a quick note about our reenactments, in most cases, we can't know exactly what was said. But everything in our show is based on historical research American scandals hosted edited sound designed and executive produced by me Lindsey Graham for airship additional production assistance by Derek vari-. This episode is written by Benjamin gray. And by Andrew stellar executive. Producers are Stephanie jen's Marsha Louis and her non Lopez for wondering.

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