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"brian preston" Discussed on MadTrio Podcast

MadTrio Podcast

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"brian preston" Discussed on MadTrio Podcast

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"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

06:42 min | 4 months ago

"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"It's brian preston. The money guy. I am so excited about this. Because i think a lot of folks. They hear about small businesses and entrepreneurs and starting their own thing and being their own boss and they think about it as this like really aspirational super. Exciting super high. Achieving thing that they want to do. But i worry that a lot of it will realize it's more than just unicorns and rainbows. It's more than just a happy time. There's some other thoughts you need to go into whether or not it makes sense for someone to start a small business. I think it's getting to the language this is that i'm such a simple guy. Talk about small business owner but if you go on and if you've watched enough bachelor and other things always think it's obnoxious when people. Their title is entrepreneur like jaggi wa just sound so fancy when you say terms like entrepreneurs other things and it is one of those concepts i feel like is deemed sexy and if you go on social media there's so many aspirational people out there. That are pushing products and other things saying you too can be part of this cool club if you'll just do this if you'll just do that. And so why is being an entrepreneur. Small business owner so sexy to the public. I think when folks think about it you know. It's obviously the freedom that it provides but there is a wealth component to it. This is researched from you and you wider. And they said that. Eighty one percent of the wealthiest one percent of folks are entrepreneurs and here in the united states entrepreneurs on thirty three percent of us wealth but only make up about seven point six percent of the population. So i think a lot of people arrive at this conclusion that okay. If i'm going to be an entrepreneur. If i'm going to start a business then i will be wealthy. It's natural thing that they assume sort of this cause and effect relationship and while sometimes it does work out that way. It's not always that way. Yeah i thought it was interesting thirty. You know when you talk about the thirty. Three percent of us wealth is comes from seven point six percent of the population when we surveyed our entire client base. That came from the money guys show when we do. Our annual welt survey it was right at eight percent so it was kind of interesting to see how much at todd to the this research but this is this is only part of it and when we see the the riches or the wealth is created. I feel like this is the glossy part of the brochure. That so much. Financial media has jumped on it creates. It's almost like a false mirage of. Hey everybody should do this. And into the point that there are so many blog posts are so many articles so many columns that i just consider vague dribble. They don't really tell you if you are aspirational or if you have a talent that you wanna uncork and unleashed on the world. Why doesn't the content that's being created for this scratch the itch and tell you how to do as versus just make you feel good about what happens if you start this journey. Yeah we were doing some some pre show. Prep around small business and entrepreneurship in there. Was this article from inc right. And it laid out fifteen reasons. You should start your own small business day. And i just thought it'd be really interesting. Talk about some of these reasons. Very quickly brian for you. Someone who has started a number of small business over the last twenty or thirty years. You've been doing this. A number of small businesses. Would you say like these would be the reasons why this started number. One was it. Because you had the time i'm just sitting around. I got a lot of extra time. Maybe i should just smart star small business. Maybe i should be not for door was that did you do that. No that's that's good though vm. Extra time is definitely necessary. It's shows something. What about this. You have the money. Oh here's a reason why you start your business. You get the money because most small business owners. They got money laying around before they start the business right. I mean this is very vague advice and keep going. What about number three. You have the courage right. Well if you're brave enough to go on your own then that's a sign that you should maybe do it or number four. You have the right connections. Okay i know folks come from a certain place or a certain areas certain families. So maybe i should do this. What about number five. You're never late to any party. I don't even know what that means. I don't even know why he was considering that to be one of the reasons that show much to start their small business. But if i were reading this article in thinking okay. I've been thinking about soccer. Preneurs thing how to check the boxes of whether this fits for me. I don't know that this is the advice that i would allow these reasons. Be the reasons why i decide to hang a shingle and go out on my own and try something i think you take the vagueness of the advice you think about the actual stats of how many people are small business. Owners are entrepreneurs and it's it's less than eight percent so that means it ninety. Two percent of the public is not going to be a small business owner but yet we have industries magazines. And so many other things telling you everyone should do this. There's a disconnect. So all i can say is it seems like a wad of this is because you can get rich doing it and then the question. I always come back to is rich enough to why you should start a small business. Yeah i think. I think a lot of folks they fall into this trap of okay. I'm gonna start to small business. And this is going to be the outcome. I'm going to create this world changing thing or this life changing thing and it's going be unbelievable but statistics actually tell quite a different story. Twenty percent of small businesses fail in the first year twenty percent of small businesses. Do not make it past the first year and after five years fifty percent of all small businesses fail in after ten years. It's seventy percent so it's a hard thing once you start a small business. It's not a guarantee that it's going to work. It's not a guarantee that it's going to be successful and it's not a guarantee if you're starting it to be wealthier to be rich. That's going to be an outcome that you're going to recognize just by simply working through the process. It's definitely the road less traveled. And look i will tell you. I think i love it. It has created. I was thinking about how blessed we are driving into the office today. Knowing we're going to do this show on how unique it is. We get to create content. We get to do financial planning all things that i just felt like. We're put on this earth to do. And we get paid to do it. We have employees and grow affirm it really is one of the most fulfilling an incredible things. But there's so many steps. Everybody always sees the end results..

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Biden Forgets About Stranded Americans in Afghanistan, Pivots Back to Race

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 5 months ago

Biden Forgets About Stranded Americans in Afghanistan, Pivots Back to Race

"Because here I am reading the media today. The Americans still behind enemy lines. With tens of thousands of our Afghan allies Patriots behind enemy lines. The genocide goes on. I read this and PJ medium. After losing a war and straining Americans in Afghanistan. Biden's Pentagon pivots back to race. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Pentagon spokesman John Kirby. Just left an untold number of Americans straining in Afghanistan. A week ago today, 13 American Service members died in a terrorist attack at the Kabul airport. That happened because Austin and the generals left it surrounded by enemy forces. They had their eye off the ball of their main jobs. Protecting Americans and protecting our forces, writes Brian Preston. Reverted to taking their eye off the ball again. Tweet from John Kirby. From Deputy from Secretary from Deputy secretary defense Tonight, he says, quote racial disparities in the military justice system have been a problem for far too long. We know it and we're going to work hard to fix it. Sister site 20 reports. Kirby is getting raped for this. He

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"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

04:37 min | 5 months ago

"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"It's brian preston. The money guy. I think this is going to be really interesting. Show that i'm excited about because the world is changing. How people work where they work. How they're doing. It is different than it was even five or ten years ago and so we want to shed some light on. Okay what are if you are desiring a virtual work from home job. What are some of the highest paying ones. And then if it's something new to you they've not done before what are some of the easiest transition into and this is this kind of comes on the back of we did a show not too long ago. I mean it was just a few weeks back. Where forty percent of. Americans are considering quitting their jobs and transitioning into some other opportunity. And and look it makes. Because i know if you've ever wanted to get into anything everybody is hiring right now. There's also this weird thing going on where a lot of the way we did things. Traditionally people are starting to question and they're wondering. Hey do we need to travel all over the place. Can we work from home. Can we be virtual employees versus having to come to the office every day and that is exactly what we wanted to kind of cover. Because the data's starting to show it go check out that show on forty six. We have a lot of ideas in there about if you are going to be part of that forty percent. That's considering changing your jobs. We're gonna give you the tips and tricks on how to stand out. So don't don't miss out on that opportunity but it is one of those things where we're seeing. The twenty seven percent of americans expect to work from home and the research is showing that a lot of them. Because i think it's anticipate by twenty five. That twenty two percent will be working remotely out of all all the time not not just for a season or not. Just for a specific instance. But there'll be fully worked from home virtual employees at that point now but we. We've missed this on other shows. But i wanna make sure we don't miss it here if you go to money dot com or bound wealthed dot com. We actually have a careers. Drop down where you can see all the jobs. We're constantly hiring as well looking for people to join the team. So it'd be remissed if we're talking about. How do you get into industries. How do you talk about jobs. We also are hiring but today we're going to pivot and be talking about virtual full disclosure. We kinda like folks coming to. Franklin's pretty awesome town here where we work so if you are someone in the creative space in the financial space checkout money got dot com dot com or you can email us at careers at abound. Wealthed dot com so. We broke this into two categories. I wanted to kind of jump into this. A little bit is because we originally because we told that daniel when he was doing the show research we said give us the highest paying virtual jobs. But then we decide. Hey let's let's kick it up a notch. Let's do highest paying and also the easiest to get. Yeah and so. What was really interesting as daniel was kind of compiling the data and he was working through. What are the four highest paying virtual jobs. I wasn't incredibly surprised by it. I felt like it was some of them kind of made sense the number one in this when i think of a virtual job. This is the one that i'm most often think of. This is the one that kind of comes to mind. It's a computer programmer. And someone who kind of like imagine them sitting in a bedroom or an office and they have like headphones on and their hoodie up and they're just like writing code like that's what i see so it's no surprise if you have a skill set you'd have an affinity for that kind of work. It is one of the highest paying virtual jobs of the median salary of about eighty nine thousand dollars a year. Number two is copywriting improving. You know here's thing you guys know. It's kind of like the worse open secret in the world. I've written a book win. That book is coming out. We're working through that process right now. We'll you'll be the first to know but we've worked with quite a few copywriters and others that come in and do the editing and every one of them does work from home. It has been interesting as we're having the all the zoom meetings and so forth is where coordinating the logistics. This is definitely if you have the skill set and by the way. I am impressed. Anybody i've worked in with so far through this process. These people i feel says it. How many books do you read a year to do this type of to have this skill. This talent to be able to read to shape to know where potholes are. Narratives are missing. It's pretty incredible. The third highest paying job. We see are graphic designers. Now this was a little interesting. Brian because you have some other entrepreneurial friends who work and sort of the design and creative space. This is one where we're seeing opportunities whether you are an independent on your own designer or even if you worked.

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"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

07:46 min | 7 months ago

"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"Brian preston the money guy brian. I'm super excited about this show. Because i imagine if someone's out there listening they just thought oh well professional athletes that that's not me. I didn't sign. Some big deal. Didn't sign multimillion dollar thing. What i love about this. we're going to go through. Are the top reasons why athletes ended up going broke. And what i think is amazing is how every single one of of us can fall prey to this. Every single person out there can allow these mistakes to penetrate into our financial situation and can cause issues for us even if we're not professional athletes. Yeah they're mistakes are just like our mistakes is just that they have a few extra zero's after the incremental decision making and the lost opportunity cost is is just that much bigger and this is what makes me sad is because we talk about. Wouldn't it be nice if we could do the benjamin button type lifestyle where you know you come out with wisdom and knowledge so you could live life backwards. But that's not how it works. Unfortunately you know when you're young you have all the energy you have all the the excitement do things but you just don't have the perfect knowledge. Do everything right. And i always talk about. Wealth creation is built upon three fundamental things. It's based upon. Do you have the discipline to turn a little bit of your labor in and and and work into money and margin and then you take that money with enough time it creates wealth while you think about professional athletes. They have lots of money that comes in. Yep very they're all usually young in great physical shape so they have tom on their side. So how in the world do they screw this all up at they have to the hardest ingredients towards wealth creation. It just locked down and their answer is disciplined so what we are going to go through. Are the five main reasons why professional athletes go broke. And i think one of the things we have to think about specifically as it relates. Professional athletes is is what is very unique about them. I mean obviously. They have the skill set. Obviously they can do something that other folks can't but even when you think about in terms of how they create their wealth sort of the unique thing that you just threw out there there something. That's very very unique about athletes that the average person normal person doesn't have access to and more for most of us we get to work in a career for thirty forty years. We get to actually be in a career and do something for a long time athletes on often. Have that opportunity. They're they have tremendous opportunity with lots of money comes to them windfall. But it just doesn't last that long. Meaning that their careers are they. Don't get thirty years. Typically it's very short and we actually pulled the stats on this and it was kind of surprising how short professional athletes careers. Actually are when you look at some of the major sports here in this country the average career length for professional. Nfl football player is just over three years. Three point three years for an nhl hockey player. It's about three and a half years for an nba basketball player. It's only four point eight years and then even for a major league baseball player. It's just over five and a half years so the normal person has thirty. forty years. To think about accumulating wealth building wealth. Saving slow trudges for professional athletes. They gotta figure this thing out much much quicker than the average person can. And that's what so great deals of money coming in at a young age. How quickly does this kind of all evaporate because this is kind of the pick on we we've done shows where we talk about. Mc hammer who was making thirty million dollars a year and then a few short years in the future broke so the same thing we can see this with professional athletes in a lot of loss opportunities that think about the seventy eight percent of nfl players that faced financial troubles two years after leaving the league. And what i think about is that someone again. If we're going to put this in like normal person terms that's someone who retires and within the first two years of retirement there start. Oh what did i do. A weren't a problem and then if you look at nba basketball player. Sixty percent of those face financial trouble five years after leaving the league so not only do. Professional athletes have a shorter time to make them much longer retirement than average. Where a lot of folks have thirty year retirement. They might have retirement. That might be forty or fifty years after their professional career. Now what. I think is interesting about your experience. Specifically is you've actually seen some of this firsthand correct. Yeah i've worked with a number of professional athletes back before i went out on my own. I worked for a pretty popular firm with professional athletes. And i worked with both nfl nba some major league. I mean they'd have major league but the the golfers pga maybe pg. But here's what i find interesting about these two stats. If you're figuring out what's going on with with the nba versus the nfl and my experience this is early. Two thousands nfl contracts not guaranteed. Okay i mean you get injured. The only thing guaranteed nfl contracts back. Then maybe it's changed now was really the signing bonus money guy but if you got injured in year one year two year three and new york part of a five year deal nike all go away whereas nba contracts. Back when i was dealing with them were actually guaranteed money. Matter of fact there was somebody. I knew that got injured. And i'm not going to give you the nicknames that were provided to him after this but he had negotiate a huge contract and then got injured like the the first year after the elected. Yeah selected contract for years so. That's probably why you see such a disparity between these two these two sports so you've obviously not professional. Athletes had this huge opportunity. They are super young and they have this large influx of capital of the habits that these really big incomes very early on and yet the statistics suggest that professional athletes often find themselves in financial trouble. So what we really want to go through our sort of the five reasons why that often happens and how that even happens to every day folks and how we can avoid those and we're going to give you some tips and tricks to make sure that you don't fall into the same traps so the first one this mistake can turn riches into poverty and you feel like it's. It's the word squander the mind is how do you take so much and turn into so little. And that's why. I think number one is the filling the need to support everyone. Yeah a lot of the stories you hear about professional athletes. It kind of is a rags to riches story and they think man. I went from poverty or from very humble beginnings and now all the sudden. I'm a celebrity now on making all of this. Money will my natural inclination. I wanna make sure them helping all of those other folks around. I wanna make sure. I'm pulling them along with me. Well if you've never had wealth before and all of a sudden you come into wealth you begin to feel like you can never go away. It could never run out. It's endless and so you end up having a false sense of security about how long that will actually last so. This is an interesting thing. Because i deal with. This is not just professional athletes. I've dealt with this with windfall clients to you know whether somebody wins the lottery sells a big piece of real estate. That's been in the family for for a long time. It's not uncommon. Especially if you don't come from resources and knowledge of how to deal with money well that there's a lot of people that are looking at that that family member who's had success is kind of the their way out lift up and looking. I think being generous is noble. It's good it's even a step zero in our financial order of operations because.

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"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

"Until it gets in with later tonight. Regardless of development. The system is expected to bring 1 to 3 inches of rain to southeast Texas between now and Sunday. Houston Police are calling a deadly officer involved shooting this morning suicide by cop and happened your Bissonnette and the Southwest Freeway. Assistant Chief James Jones says they believe the man was involved in an earlier shooting. The occupants of the vehicle say stated that the they were driving a high rate of speed because somebody was shooting at another car. They were in fear for their life. When confronted. The man reportedly shot at officers and told them to shoot him. They did. Three officers returned fire. The man died at the hospital. No officers were injured. Texas houses, taking an early break in the hopes of getting the Senate to pick up the pace on certain issues. With legislative session winding down the House adjourned Wednesday afternoon will stay adjourn until Sunday. Plano State Rep. Jeff Leach says he wants the Senate to explain why they haven't taken up certain bills, including justice reform and health care measures. The House has until 10 p.m. Sunday to put Senate bills on its calendar. Cording to multimedia report, CNN's Chris Cuomo took partner Syria's of conference calls to help his brother in battle near Governor Andrew Cuomo deal with sexual harassment allegations absolutely corrupt situation. You had a politician whose brother is immediate, and his brother in CNN is advising him on how to manipulate the media. I think CNN honestly should get rid of it. That's Brian Preston with PJ media on Houston's Morning news. CNN has already said Chris Cuomo will not Face and he disciplined ktrh news time 10 03 signs of positivity and the markets this morning more from Ktrh Money man. Pat Shin Stocks are trading higher following the latest earnings and economic data this morning before the Bell tractor maker dear as well as retailer Footlocker, posting profits above, analysts estimates. Right now the game's pretty much across the board. All 11 stock sectors are up in price. Right now, The Dow is up to 58 the S and P up 17, but the NASDAQ is down..

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"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

"We have breaking news, people breaking news breaking news with what happens next issue. Executive orders through his agenda on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. Well, we I think we all kind of thought that the National Guard was in D. C for the inauguration. Well, that's come and gone. They're still there. Evidently still there through March. So the fences So is the razor wire. So what do we really worried about here? Because, after all, nobody was worried about black lives matter and antifa when they're in Washington, D C knows nobody wanted the National Guard to be a part of that. Joining us to talk about his Brian Preston from PJ Media. Kind of it kind of makes us wonder what else is going on, Brian, What do we not know about Well, good morning. Giving orders charge Sure does make us wonder. I mean, we had months of riots nationwide, including right here in Austin, where I am, And he's right. It's turned deadly and hundreds of businesses and burns. During that time to suggest of bringing out the National Guard. Well, if you were Tom Cotton, you got it. I bet published with the editor who was responsible for that Boston job. It was extremely actually majority position but extremely controversial in the media. It is not, however controversial for troops to be in the nation's capital right now, when it doesn't appear to be anything going on. And putting of razor wire and fences. It's ironic isn't the same folks who said call in the social worker when you have a problem and walls and fences and touch don't work that was telling us Walton fences do in fact work and don't call social worker calling the National Guard You know, it just seems like the people are ours certified like ghosts in the corner. We don't need to hear from. You were running things now and we've got the gun power to back it up. And I wonder how much of this is tied to, um, this whole impeachment thing That's gonna be taking place for what a couple weeks, three weeks. Yeah, That's what they're saying Sure that it's tied to impeachment. That's the most answer that were given on it. So that question well, first off impeachment. Shouldn't be happening. Trump is no longer President and impeachment is about president in office and this needs done in office. And he's not in office so you can't impeach a president who is no longer in office. Um to the second point if they think impeachment so popular. Why then? Are they taking this defensive posture? And if they think that policies is so popular, why are they pushing them all with executive orders rather than going to Congress? This administration's behavior His average. It's pretty strange. Well, what's seen anything like this? You know, One of the other things we've learned Brian is that the Capitol Police Department has a budget bigger than Austin's police Department, for example, $500 million. So how is it that they find themselves? Ill equipped to handle what little problems we've seen so far. Well, Have you been to Washington? That's years I used to work there and it seemed now it's a real compared to seeing it back. In those days. You didn't walk around where you could move around it. It really felt like the nation's capital. Now it really doesn't and Washington PD has never been particularly well run. It's the one city in the world, actually, where one time I got lost when I was new there. Made a wrong turn and found an abandoned police car. They were seeing a force it What we're seeing now is just so strange because Washington is in the group right now, as are most American cities in a group of rising sun. He had the answer coming from the left from the Democrats and defund the police department onto that the National Guard and in this way as if they have now we haven't even planned for the National Guard is still having to forage for food in the city that still plagued by a lot of shutdown. We should not get used to this. This is Mrs aberrant behavior. It's a very unusual beginning to administration it is. Thank you, sir. Appreciate your time today. Ryan Preston, PJ Media 7.6 by the way, governor and But he's gonna be coming on our program in the next half hour. We're talking about the state of the state. He gave that address last night. Want to talk to you? First about Westway Construction? Up. They have a disinfection department. That's what they do. Their hospital service contractor trusted in Houston's largest hospital systems to get everything clean. They have a product. The EPA says Kills covered 19 They have commercial grade foggers designed for large areas of U P. Vic, You have a factory. You have a warehouse. You have a lot of square feet that you need to.

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"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

"You don't concede with his death. That was the mostly peaceful protests, which mainstream media does not want to call. Well, what if I heard that tune before peaceful, mostly peaceful? Yeah. When you have hundreds of thousands, maybe even a million people gathered who were mostly peaceful well, but now they're all a mob because of those who breached the capital. They were worse than that. On NBC News. NBC News referred to them as rioters. They never once used that term in talking about Antifa. Yeah. Well, the chaos which it was chaotic inside the Capitol, it apparently might have included Antifa members. Allegedly, they were Impersonating Trump supporters. They infiltrated. It was a peaceful protest there and people Congress was supposed to be finally airing people's concerns about the integrity of the election. Nonetheless because of breaching the capital, 52 people arrested a woman killed three others dying of medical emergencies. And then Congress just went ahead and rubber stamp the electoral vote that was sent by the state's whether it was legal or not, And there was never any question. Raised again and by the way, if we really want to know who those people are Who are marching on the capital. You keep some of them were indeed as find out who the 52 arrested work exactly right. And let's see how the court system handles those 52 were arrested. Yes. Left on a winning streak down the last while they beat you winning the run offs in Georgia. And if Republicans want to start winning well, they're going to need a new game plan. And here's Ktrh is Jeff Biggs. Yeah, the electoral votes for Joe Biden have been officially certified. And then there was the double disappointment for Republicans losing the Senate. Very disappointing. We knew that the races will be close did not anticipate losing both of them. I think we have to look at a number of factors for how this has happened first and foremost the divided Republican Party. That's political analyst Brian Preston, who also told Ktrh the left have changed the rules and the system and Republicans now have to adjust. But what we can do have to find a way to come together opposed to trump. He gave us an issue set that we can work with you coming together on policy would be a fantastic outcome from all of this, but the damage done is going to be profound and it's going to take a while to recover. At the next goal, 2022 Not if you don't get voting integrity, know what difference will it make? That's what a lot of Americans think. Thanks a lot, Jeff, our news time now, 506 locally. Really all across the country, but here, especially bar owners begging for their business lives. New shut done. Orders have come because nine counties, including Harris, for Ben and Makhan Marie, have been included in these hospitalization rates. Now, Stephanie Brydon told our TV partner channel to her. Rosenberg bar won't survive. If you want us to do, 50% will do 50%. But.

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KTRH

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

"Listen H All right, coming up on 6 18 Now as we continue on Houston's morning news, Bob France sitting in for Jimmy, Good morning to you procedure, being with the sheriff's here as well and coming up in a moment, we're gonna talk with Brian Preston, a PJ media About face mask shaming, You know, we are beyond just facemask discussion or face mask debate. We're in full out facemask assault, and that's precisely what happened. In one case again featured on PJ media as a mask, Shemer. That's just decided. We're just word. We're going to attack people if we don't like their policy and their own personal preference on using mask Ah Costco shopper in Medawar in the Lake County. And I'm looking to stay here. Maybe Brian Preston can tell us specifically where this is, but at any rate, Elizabeth Mock approached a 50 year old man who removed his face covering as he exited Acosta Costco store. Apparently he removed that face covering too Soon. She slammed his cart with hers and spit in his face because he hasn't fully hadn't fully exited the store. And joining us now is Brian Preston. He is With PJ media. He is, in fact, a Republican strategist as well as deputy managing editor with PJ Media. Brian Good morning. How are you? Good morning, Bob wanted share. Thanks for having me on hurry. All it's a pleasure were great, Brian. I know this isn't unique. That's the weird thing about this story. It's not unique. We have seen perhaps some of us in person seeing these confrontations, and if not, we certainly read about enough of them. Why is it that the mask wearers are so violent and so aggressive with the mask? You know those who oppose the mask. You don't wear it when it is a voluntary situation. That is a great question about the way I think we're seeing a lot of things happened at once. Listen, that happened in metal, which is just north of Chicago, basically a suburb of Chicago. But as you say, we're seeing this elsewhere. But I think people are very Frustrated on the one hand because of these lockdowns and how we've been locked down in an unlocked and then let out, and then we've been given by the media mainly so many different stories on the effectiveness of these masks. Of course, you could look up the effectiveness of mask for yourself. And make your own decisions as to whether or not they are the most effective thing we could be doing. So I think there's a lot of frustration and a lot of just uncertainty and for a lot of folks can't believe they think they think matter may be more effective than they actually are. If they see someone taking one off within eyesight, they think they're going to get the virus. And like this woman, she kind of freaked out when after this guy assaulted him in a couple of ways, ramming into his cart, But then also, she shouted. I'm a schoolteacher, and I have Koven 19 and spit on him if he actually has the virus. How is that not a fault with a deadly weapon Well, is also a terroristic threat. It's also a terroristic threat. Yes, Anyone within range of her is suddenly under threat and everything in it. She has her own mask off to see him after she shamed him for taking his Inconsistency against you could say Yeah, it's it's more than a moral inconsistency. It's insanity. I mean, honestly, that this is just crazy and again. I know we have political debates in this country, and we have debates about whether or not we should open. A close business is whether or not we should be going to church have graduations and wear masks or not, but honestly, to to physically assault somebody over. This is just beyond the pale. But as I said to you at the beginning, this is not uncommon. You know, this particular story is pretty egregious because of the spit and in around she was arrested, right? She was arrested, and we don't have any word yet over whether or not she had been tested. The sushi actually have covered that she could have actually been bluffing in away and not have coding and if she's out shopping, and she has a code that she has her own. She's bringing her own problems out with cock going when he has the virus really shouldn't be out in public shopping. I think I think I think another factor in this is how You bring out you mention going to church We've seen first and then that protected activities treated in wildly different ways during this pandemic. If you're going to church and state and she faced arrest, your pastor may have faced arrest for holy church services. That even happened with driving service Computerized, But if you're out protesting the novel, we are not going to come after you. They're going to do in places like New York. We're gonna come to protest with you and the media are going to give you a pass. Even though the virus doesn't care whether you're going to church or your protests, and it is not that smart and smart, but we've got every political authority. We've got every health authority and therefore now we're even getting corporate authorities. Insisting that we have to wear a mask because otherwise we're going to get Kovac. Right and clear when I go out in public, and if there's a store requires me to wear a mask. I'm going to wear a match. The it's about protecting others. You know if you happen to be carrying it, but we shouldn't kid ourselves that the masses the be all and all. And we certainly shouldn't care so that the virus knows one first remember the activity from another and won't get won't get you your processing and we'll get your going to church. Running your business, and I think, ah, lot of the frustration people have about all the way See it every day. We see it in the story, and we sit around where people are reopening their businesses and are trying to live their normal lives. The media, and a lot of the authorities have really broken down their credibility on this fascinating doctor. 20 Couch do that over the weekend when he started New York as how you should handle the virus when the time is the New Texas continue to undermine their own credibility. On on this on the virus on people are getting frustrated. That is so very true. We haven't even talked about that yet about the praise that Dr Fancy Hat for New York who said they did it right there, the ones who killed thousands and thousands of people in there nursing homes by intentionally putting covert patients inside. So that's that's another aspect to this altogether..

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"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

"Are a drive all the Democrats risk in it like a biscuit on this whole impeach thing yes I think they are you know the truth is coming out it really is and we're gonna be sharing some more audio before the show's over yeah how long they've been in this field of some job we have some John Bolton all your show is just took him down no one's about the long gutter swing in the Congress I got him to so we're we're looking at all this summer wondering how does this not out I have a negative impact on the future of the Democrat party I'm sure our next guest is hoping it does these Republican strategist Brian Preston I I guess there's enough of a percentage out there that are just get really trump no matter what because we hate him that much but once you get past that twenty five percent of the population we gonna do in order to make it more sure about all of that I think we saw a glimpse possibly his name and then the president of themselves in eighteen twenty eight this past week that with the district that with a plastic a half plus nine years ago and we saw that special election with one fifty for the Republican and album title actually providing a troll differ from the general had I think if we do years what is a Democrat the left but all the guns they could bring to bear on that district in a suburban district in accounting system flowing water they should be terrified because looking at the results may she twenty eight so you think that's a bellwether I think the Democrats will whether it's still the number started looking bad for the exact all into moral victory territory which means actual I think the course they were saying it was about whether Biden said that build work who's living in the district for the past few weeks said that that would be better that was the message and I'll come over mark with fear that their message until the early mobile started coming in and is really did not look good for the Democrats look good from the public and then it started back up because they were the one thing about what I say though is when you have both sides agree over a million dollars into a special election and effective health district yeah that's right have been mainly targeted made a national park it out of his way to that figure a lot of things that you just the presidential candidate you can and don't have any help whatsoever in suburban Texas district and there is a lot of anger over the impeachment scams that were with the financial end of it and I use that word for this man he's been in the abuse of power that's what they're accusing the president of the Democrats are exercising a these are self yeah they had their case totally dismantled by Dershowitz yesterday and you know these questions they've given priceless and you know we've all learned a lot about the constitution in watching this unfold and I think you know those of us who have watched anyway yeah the official was more interesting figures and higher socket you have never using them look here right I mean little for the trial and nothing could be farther from the charter cloud of thirty one I believe it's also last time around and criticized having trouble recently yeah a few months ago maybe a month ago the ideas he thought right we drool of trouble is ludicrous certainly anyone who does allergy with those that foresees politically allow he's an arm constitutional and he was a constitutional Republic in the well of the foot of the other day and as was Jay Sekulow handle some of the other presidential defense attorney thought there on their side they have brought nothing but nonsense and higher yeah I think professor Dershowitz put on a clinic in his classroom yesterday thank you Sir appreciate your time today Republican strategist Brian Preston here on newsradio seven forty Katie are eight seven twenty two time for little traffic and weather together hi Julie already has the drive look well we've got some slow traffic and I found a stalled car in the center lane on the west Sam Houston south on right around prior force right on the toll plaza so be careful through there otherwise like I said it's just flow step if you're traveling is on two eighty eight from a card and you're trying to work it in toward read that's probably gonna be about twenty minutes on that drive if you're trying to travel on six ten the west loop it's a little bit better than it was before but it's still slow coming up to ninety from thirty fourth and taken six ten south bend down to about would weigh that's all going to take about twenty five thirty minutes with looks like we may have an accent here on six in the north loop that's going to be right before you get to forty five the interchange going westbound so you were backed up right now it's a lot what so that's going to be at least fifteen to twenty minutes cavalcade as a good alternative I'm Julie hardy in the Gulf coast windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center from.

"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

"Of us are talking more in our digital lives than in real life counselor sham important told who since morning news it's a cause for concern we only engage it seems like these days with other people when technology isn't working properly and then we end up overlooking the value of the face to face conversation the research shows face to face conversation as declined by fifteen percent over the last five years Texas congressman Michael Burgess was on fox's America's newsroom do talk about impeachment moving to the Senate on my first day cares that they're holding the articles because they really had nothing in the first place so they send them over to the Senate and it crashes and burns the president exonerated and they could not accomplish what they set out to accomplish which was to politically harm the president at the beginning of a of a political year Democrats want sent would read Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to call witnesses president trump refused to provide for the house investigation but Republicans say house speaker Nancy Pelosi must first send the Senate the articles of impeachment USA today claims after looking through the president's tweets he's been more negative on Twitter Republican strategist Brian Preston told Houston's morning news you shouldn't be surprised USA today a sign three reporters to do the research on the president's Twitter account they're out on the trump bandwagon what a father out they've been really anyone else probably even CNN on us not surprising that shopping at the same time USA today says the president's.

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"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

"On the island fog and sixty two here at the case here H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center not on our top story an analysis by USA today says president trump has been more negative on Twitter during impeachment days Republican strategist Brian Preston told Houston's morning news is not surprise the mainstream media did a deep dive on the president's tweets I have about a five I would ask of analyzing and counting trump's tweets minute we have what is the legacy of so much bigger than the USA today announces says the president's use of negative words what up well as use of positive words went down president is celebrating Christmas in Florida the president has no public events scheduled for today but it is a fair guess to say the president will leave his home at the Mar a Lago club and head over to his trump international golf course he usually plays each day while staying in Florida the president yesterday did authorize the expected pay raise for next year for federal employees and they should see at least a two point six percent raise he also spoke with Egypt's president Abdel Fattah el Sisi regarding ongoing troubles within Libya among other Mideast concerns in west Palm Beach I've been brown fox news a Galveston contractor indicted for reportedly cheating customers out of thousands of dollars prosecutors say thirty two year old John Thomas charged with first degree felony theft of property from several elderly victims he reportedly swindled a ninety eight year old World War two vet out of seven grand it took twenty five thousand dollars from a ninety three year old man.

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"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"brian preston" Discussed on KTRH

"Strategist Brian Preston told Houston's morning news any foreign policy is the policy decision in the Middle East comes with risk order us in many ways of the Turkey would come in and attack our allies and by all accounts on both sides of the northern Syrian border that's exactly what's happening it's Turkey is now attacking her presence says you shouldn't be shocked by the president's decision he did promise during the twenty sixteen campaign he'd bring troops home and keep us out of unnecessary wars a former high school girls basketball coach is headed to prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a player former woodlands high school English teacher Richard chi with Laoghaire use social media to lower his sixteen year old victim to his apartment where she was sexually assaulted he was sentenced to thirteen years for each of the three charges will be a registered sex offender for the rest of his life overall crime rate is on the decline in Houston but violent crime is increasing FBI data shows homicide detectives investigating two hundred ten murders in Houston in twenty nineteen that's a one and a half percent increase over last year and a thirteen percent jump since twenty seventeen data shows violent crimes have increased by six percent since mayor Turner took office but overall crime down six percent Katie races time eleven oh three gasoline prices doing exactly what they're expected to do at this time of year they're falling triple a Texas says we're down to two twenty seven a gallon this week compared to two thirty we were paying last week price today also thirty six cents cheaper than it was this year are this time last year a class action lawsuit in Canada six told the.

"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"He's got financial answers. It's Brian Preston. The money guy. Yeah. I'm actually really really excited about this. Because I think a lot of folks may not recognize why you ought to be excited about this. Because tell me if I'm right on this Brian for most folks for the average person out there, the largest asset outside of their home that they will own that the course of their life is probably there. Yes. Your four one K retirement. I mean, that's why I was I have a I was thinking about this. When when I was doing the show preparation because this was your I think you and I were talking last week and said, well, we'll do next week show on you're like what about just doing a super deep dive on full in case because it's impact so many people's retirement that made me got me sentimental might not be the right word. But our remember my first job right out of school. Mid-nineties started saving in the in the 4._0._1._K plan member after four years, I left that job. And I remember rolling over. I think thirty three thousand dollars, and I just I always can remember where I was with my four one casts, and then my four one K was the first account that hit six figures. I mean that was kind of a cool threshold, and it is I will tell you. I think from a single account. It's still my employer. Retirement plans is my biggest holy that makes something bigger than my join. Count. I mean, it is just because there's so massive opportunities to save on taxes nuts right now the thing. So a lot of you guys. Go have a relationship with your 4._0._1._K where this will be kind of that bridge that gets you to financial independence and in such an important thing. And there's a reason it's so important because the government is incentivized both you as well as your employer to get you into the habit of building that army of dollar bills and start to save now go, so if it's the biggest tool in our tool belt, we probably know a lot about it. We probably ought to know the ins announced I mean, a lot of us. We sit through those open enrollment meetings once a year, maybe not even once a year. Maybe it's just right when we're hired and we hear this thing about the 4._0._1._K. But do we really understand what it is how it works? And maybe some of the hidden unknown availability or opportunity that it may present to us. You know, anybody who's part of the money got family knows that the first thing we tell you maximize that free money get that match from your employer. But it. Goes so much deeper. And that's why I want to kind of go really into the weeds on this thing. So that you as you progress in your financial life, and you have more and more success. You get the basics covered you go. See how you can adapt..

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The Money Guy Show

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"Nine contributions, even if you're not saving for college. You probably should be if you're sending a private school. But if you're not doing that, it might make sense you start funding that. Twenty nine to get the state tax deduction in order to pay for the private school that part was for free. Now, a lot of these five tips that we just gave pertained a lot to grazing child rearing you'd put this one on here. I thought this is great. There's made it an all ages episode because number six I think so interesting is a lot of these steps are are steps that you see people make mistakes you see people make when their kids are young. It's actually not the mistake that we see made the most often the number one mistake, we see made the most often is that parents don't bring their kids into the financial equation as they age as your children become adults and start families of their own. And as you begin to advance in age, it's really important that you have that conversation with your kids about, hey, these are wishes this is our plan. These are the things that we have going on. This is how we're going to entrust you to help us navigate that. Because there becomes a point unfortunate for some folks where they can't read. Remember can't do all the things that they want. Then you just wanna make sure you have that conversation with your kids before you get to that point. I think it's a two way street because it's going to if you're a successful. You have adult children you need to kind of have conversations. So that they're not their expectations aren't skew think think about Warren Buffett now, look all of his kids are probably very wealthy because he's super wealth. But he let it be known to them that they weren't inheriting all these billions of dollars. I mean, I think it's the same thing with anybody successful is that you should have conversations with your dull children I understand with expectations. But then the the two way street part comes into effect is that if you do a good enough job with that. It's not going to warp them because you've had a good healthy relationship with money. And then the second thing is is that you start to falter, maybe you lose some of your your your faculties to be able to do everything on your financial management. If you've done a good job of the communication side. A lot of those desires. A lot of those goals that you have probably going to naturally happen. Because you've done such a good job of creating the plan and the communication because let's face. It you kids you love your kids your kids love you back, and they typically want to make you happy. So if you'll if you'll just be realistically each other open that line of communication, I think he can do some tremendous things. So guys, this is one of those things where I feel like we also if we were in the new studio, we could put up videos of kids like fell video of kids. Crashing the crisis calls or running into stuff. And of course, you know, some wiffle ball bats hitting into people's private parts, and it would kick this thing up a whole 'nother level, but from financial perspective this stuff, just as important try and just as educational and entertaining if you will focus on doing these six dues must do's for parents. If you have a subscribed out there on the YouTube channel, go out to go to YouTube. Subscribe if you haven't signed up for our emails every every other week, we do a law. Long show after after that long show the next week. We've been sending on deliverables that are only available right now to our Email subscribers. So if you want to cool worksheets, spreadsheet template, awesome doodad thing that we come up with go out there money guy dot com. Give us your Email address. You'll get on our Email list, and we will get that in your hand. A love it. I'm your host Brian press them, Mr. Bohannon, we'll talk to you soon. The money guy podcast is hosted by Brian Preston. Brian

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"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"Anybody who's been a client for mound for over a decade knows that I've always loved index investing because of an I'll get into the benefits in a minute. But always felt like that was an efficient market small-cap. I considered somewhat inefficient because you had all these different small companies, and unless they were in your neck of the would you wouldn't know about them. But guys the data has changed on this small cap value. If you look at the five year hundred percent of active managers underperformed, the benchmark so in this study there was not one single small cap value active manager that performed better than the SNP smallcap. Smallcap six hundred dollars. Exactly, that's according to speed up. I mean, that's pretty incredible. And this is one I'm telling you if you'd ask Brian Preston ten years ago out of said, no go by the S and P five hundred on large cap, but that's an efficient marketplace. But in that inefficient marketplace, like small-cap or international. That's we should by go by an actor manager because they can still probably get you some alpha there the data is not showing that anymore. Let's transition to bonds. Bonds bow you like this because I I can tell you being a CFA. It cry scares you, you know, it scares me a little bit. When you know, everything is done, not by there's not you can't outsmart analytics calculation, you like to think, especially when you get a CFA and all these things, and you see people, you know, you might have seen on YouTube some of the commercials. I've noticed argued to channel are people out there pushing these trading strategies and all this stuff, and I'm like it makes you as humans. We wanna think we're smarter than just going along to get along with the system. Right. But the data doesn't always support that. But I give you a little reprieve with bonds because investment grade short-term bonds because who wants to be buying mid term or long term intermediate along bonds and a rising interest rate environment five-year average forty percent. So the majority of active managers, actually outperformed the investment grade indices, thanks you percents. Always liked to apply. A little common sense when I talk about taxes or when I talk about investing. I like to apply commonsense to the government with the quantitative easing dist. Sorted so much of the bond market place with treasuries. I mean, they were just so many treasury bills were being purchased. It makes sense that the end indices were kind of skewed a little bit..

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"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"In the best thing he said just do do it. And do it consistently over time to be in the market. And it's not that hard to be cost averaging is an opportunity cuts volatility. That's why I love, you know, we have some financial mutants that are in our client base that they whenever markets get beat up instead of looking at the glass half empty. They look as glass half full and actually try to find more money because they know that this is a great time to potentially pick up even more valuations that leads them on next point. Dies in recovery's happen fast. So if you're one of these people is trying to Tom it. Here's a cautionary tale. I'll tell you is. That is also a great moment in history October third of two thousand two great days in history. Do you know why that is so important, and you kind of do because we talked about thinking about like important days in history and a Tormo office apart looking for this. Here's what I want our listeners in our clients to know, if you watch any talk, you know, say cable news what happens is a commercial breaks. There's always they have a newsletter. That's being Solway the person to called the downturn thousand two or the dot com. Bubble has got a new prediction for you. And they always say, hey, they called it. And they give them great weight. Right. You realize if we were selling, newsletters, we're sitting on a gold because I tell you. If I had music that we didn't have to pay royalties on we'd we'd put this with it. October third of two thousand two was the very first published column Brian Preston ever road. Now, there's a picture of a guy who's a young, man. And that is a young young. This young man was trying to look as old as possible. But October third of two thousand two wrote my first column ever for a local newspaper in the metro Atlanta. And this was the title what you should know in an uncertain market and see how these trends don't change. And this is what I want you to know is that I made I told people if you'll just stay the course this type of behavior happens very quickly and in here's the cool thing. This prediction this column was published three to four trading days from the dead bottom of the dot com. Bubble. That's how goal is that. Is that Tonight is like. is like being on record an actual printed record of making a prediction that worked out. But here's the cool too. I'm not a tomor. So I don't even believe in it. I'm just telling you if you were if you don't fall prey to because I didn't really know that we were four days when they I'm just giving you great advice. And here's the great advice that I was sharing when I wrote this piece, and this is the quote from the call is this on average markets Roz by non point eight percent one month after they reached the bottom of a bear market. So say that getting the market in the first month of recovery can make ten percent..

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"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"brian preston" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"It's Brian Preston the money guy. Okay. Maybe don't break glass that sounds a little unsafe. But if a bear market does attack listen to this. It was giving a visual cue reference. I just don't want all our listeners going out there. Breaking a bunch of glass. All right. I think we're in agreement on that. So let's talk about this though. Because guys, especially this is going to be a special episode for several reasons we are sending this out as a value add to our clients. So if everybody who's a podcast client everybody who's a bound wealth. Client is going to actually get to see this episode before it goes live and part of that is because we know that markets freaking out. Just does crazy things to everybody emotionally start wanting to head for the exits. Well, and you know, if you think about it, we really have seen a lot of all Attila your market downturn in quite a while. So now that it's kind of entered in the fourth quarter of twenty eighteen we're kind of remembering. Oh, yeah. This is what it feels like when the market just doesn't go up all the time. So we don't want you making some type of short-term decision the derailed your long term financial plan. That's right. So Argo is knowledge is true. Power. So if we can help you kind of inoculate yourselves, you know, are have that bear repellent like that cut it into the title. I think it really will serve you. Well, so let's kind of walk through these. I want to talk about what you can do. And also, some stats and facts that will let you know, what your neighbors are doing that. You've got to avoid falling into these bear traps. So let's jump into these success starts with the plan though. I did some research on this. I think we love this all the time because it's one Stephen Covey's quotes. Right. He says, you know, you always have to kind of begin with the end in mind. And so if you want to be successful, you have to kind of think about the, and what you can't do that unless you have a plan in place, well choice, rob. It was interesting. This is not the first time, I've covered this topic. You know, this this we know that there's what's called a market cycle is at every, you know, decade, you're going to have some downturns art of the cleansing and growth. She's like, you prune your bushes and fruit trees and everything. The market kind of naturally does it too. I think it's interesting times when I've talked about the need for having an investment plan our financial plan that ties in I've used Fidelity Investments. I thought it was interesting. The most recent research was actually coming from Charles Schwab. So not these guys fighting over who has the low cost the lowest investments, they're also fighting over who provide you the best Rosalyn share. Yeah. So here here's the research found choice. Wab did a research study. That's really got some disappointing news about Americans in your ability to plan or taking the initiative to plan. And this is what they found that three in five Americans live paycheck to paycheck and that only one in four have a written financial plan. Now, that's big. But those who do have a written plan exhibit positive investing in saving behavior in the goes deeper this when we look at the top ten percentile of overall performers in our modern wealth index that's the research study. There's a consistent theme that they're diligent planners. Three and four. So they have a written financial plan. And then it goes on. It says planning is critical to achieving any goal. It's like establishing an exercise regimen to get in shape. We need to take the same approach to keep our finances in good health and on track. So I think what's really interesting just kind of ticks if you just want to put yourself in the camp of folks who are set to be successful..

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