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Lightning won't have Stamkos for the rest of the Stanley Cup Final

AM Tampa Bay

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Lightning won't have Stamkos for the rest of the Stanley Cup Final

"Or on the ice tonight, once again, looking to clinch their second ever Stanley Cup when they take the ice, they'll be without team captain Steven Stamkos has been ruled out for the remainder of the Stanley Cup finals. Lightning head coach John Cooper, you blind, He's he's done for the series, and so hopefully next time we see him on the aces. Very controlled presentation. It's Game six between the Lightning and stars with Tampa Bay leading the best of seven series three games to two and an opportunity to close it out here tonight. Puck drop is set for eight o'clock with pre game coverage beginning at seven. Right here on Wofl, eh? I'm

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Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos scores goal in return

ESPN Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos scores goal in return

"Return of Steven Stamkos having not played Since February late February. And so he ends up, scoring the second goal of the game for Tampa Bay to give them a to nothing lead. And then They had a chance to take a three. Nothing lead. Dallas scores A shorthand to go let changed everything that Dallas really finished the first period. Well, What A second period by Tampa Bay was Absolutely spot on. I'm not sure they made a mistake. 21 shots on goal. They only gave up four. They just Came out in the third period. They knew they didn't have to score anymore. They played a really solid defensive period. Go on for the five to win.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Cause of his sore right shoulder and if you're in pain said judge was not right when taking batting practice in an indoor cage Friday and M. R. eighteen back negative judge is scheduled for another test tomorrow NHL flyers leading the Rangers one upping first period on a power play goal by Matt Niskanen lightning captain Steven Stamkos will have surgery on a core muscle injury tomorrow expected to miss the rest of the regular season potentially the first round of the playoffs golf Tommy Fleetwood tops the leader board at the Honda classic look Donald's feedback why Leonard in the clippers look to avenge up February loss and even the season series when they host the six six today at three thirty eastern on ESPN radio and on ABC presented by anti news from the basket skip the fragrance for men exquisite squeeze is moving really well there aren't people white sweater because his body has always responded in saying what is mine at Hartsfield explicit squeeze his body than what we've seen can't put him out there with any less the food sales one of the best it's ever produced here on Sunday morning on.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Or the holiday get away is underway ABC's Ryan borough at Chicago's o'hare airport tried with the Chicago department of aviation says today is expected to be the busiest day of this two week holiday travel period the number of passengers that will travel through o'hare and midway over this nineteen day period is nearly five million as projected by airlines the TSA expects to scan forty two million travelers over this holiday period up four percent from last year Ribeiro ABC news Chicago United Airlines is pulling the Boeing seven thirty seven maxim its flight schedule until June earlier this week Boeing announced it was suspending production on the Max the US military academy explaining that hand gesture displayed by some cadets during last week's army navy game okay hand gesture used by military cadets during last weekend's army navy football game was not a white supremacist symbol U. S. service academies concluded following an investigation this symbol is part of a popular game played by teenagers known as the circle game in a statement from west point lieutenant general Gerald Williams said we are disappointed by the immature behavior of the cadets and that they would receive appropriate administrative or disciplinary action a sentiment echoed by the naval academy superintendent of vice admiral Sean Baku three no arsenal ABC news Washington a body discovered at home near Houston is believed to be that of Heidi Broussard the Austin woman went missing last week along with their infant daughter police say a baby girl was found alive at the scene police in Winston Salem North Carolina are looking into a shooting that left two city workers dead they say Stephen Hayes lipid been targeting is co worker teri carbon that the two had an altercation yesterday and that Hayslip shot called this morning captain Steven tali information more receiving is these two gentleman had a longstanding dislike for each other the the source of that dislike I'm not I don't want to have it this time say he's with the shot and killed by police your listening to ABC news there.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on AP News

"The Tampa Bay Lightning won their third straight game Monday night defeating the visiting Buffalo Sabres 52 early goals by Tampa's Nikita Kucherov in buffalo Sam Reinhart kept the score even through the first period in the second Jimmy Vesey minute to 1 buffalo this first goal of the season Tampa Bay special teams were the key in this game their power play noted the score 21 McHale Surguja blister to shop from centerpoint past buffalo's Carter Hutton and Tampa bay's penalty killers blew the game open in the final frame with 2 shorthanded goals on the same Sabres power play Tampa Bay was without their captain Steven Stamkos for the second straight game due to a lower body injury Baltimore's account Tampa

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Lightning get 2 short-handed goals, beat Sabres 5-2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Lightning get 2 short-handed goals, beat Sabres 5-2

"The Tampa Bay Lightning won their third straight game Monday night defeating the visiting Buffalo Sabres five two early goals by Tampa's Nikita Kucherov in buffalo Sam Reinhart kept the score even through the first period in the second Jimmy Vesey minute to one buffalo this first goal of the season Tampa Bay special teams were the key in this game their power play noted the score two one McHale Surguja blister to shop from centerpoint past buffalo's Carter Hutton and Tampa bay's penalty killers blew the game open in the final frame with two shorthanded goals on the same Sabres power play Tampa Bay was without their captain Steven Stamkos for the second straight game due to a lower body injury Baltimore's account Tampa

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"captain stevens" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on AP News

"The Tampa Bay Lightning made quick work of the New York Rangers Thursday night beating the Blueshirts 9 to 3 the lightning scored 4 goals in the span of just over 4 minutes chasing Alexandre Giorgio from new York's net we came back in the third to finish the game after Henrik Lundquist gave up 4 goals himself the lightning went 5 read on the power play and replied got the game winner and former ranger Kevin Shattenkirk finished with a goal and an assist that's always a point to prove I think when you're planning it's a former team and I think more importantly though I I'm just happy with the way I'm playing right now and and playing with this group Tampa bay's Nikita Kucherov at a 4.night and lightning captain Steven Stamkos a goal and 2 assists Chris Kreider and Filipino scored for New York what's more secure Tampa

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Kucherov, Stamkos key Tampa Bay’s 9-3 rout over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Kucherov, Stamkos key Tampa Bay’s 9-3 rout over Rangers

"The Tampa Bay Lightning made quick work of the New York Rangers Thursday night beating the Blueshirts nine to three the lightning scored four goals in the span of just over four minutes chasing Alexandre Giorgio from new York's net we came back in the third to finish the game after Henrik Lundquist gave up four goals himself the lightning went five read on the power play and replied got the game winner and former ranger Kevin Shattenkirk finished with a goal and an assist that's always a point to prove I think when you're planning it's a former team and I think more importantly though I I'm just happy with the way I'm playing right now and and playing with this group Tampa bay's Nikita Kucherov at a four point night and lightning captain Steven Stamkos a goal and two assists Chris Kreider and Filipino scored for New York what's more secure Tampa

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First reported death from Dorian as 8-year old boy drowns

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

First reported death from Dorian as 8-year old boy drowns

"Dorian is surging with record strength even though she has been downgraded to a category four storm so far there is at least one death blamed on the storm an eight year old boy drowned in the waters on alkali island now Dorian is heading to the southern east coast of the U. S. a hurricane for the history books Bahamas prime minister called the devastation from hurricane Dorian's one hundred fifty five mile an hour winds unprecedented emergency management director captain Steven Russell we have damage assessment teams from multiple agencies here in the bombers will converge on the island to do our rapid assessment the powerful storm just downgraded to a category four has killed at least one person an eight year old boy who drowned forecasters say the hurricane could slam into the southeast U. S. in the next few days can Graham at the national hurricane center central Florida got to be ready for the winds you got to be ready for the rain and the storm surge dangerous storm surge here portions of the

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Stalled Over the Bahamas, Hurricane Dorian Reveals Its Devastation

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Stalled Over the Bahamas, Hurricane Dorian Reveals Its Devastation

"Dorian is surging with the record strength despite being downgraded to a category four storm and now it's heading to the southeastern coast of the United States were evacuations of already been ordered a hurricane for the history books Bahamas prime minister called the devastation from hurricane Dorian's one hundred fifty five mile an hour winds unprecedented emergency management director captain Steven Russell damage assessment teams from multiple agencies her and the bombers who will converge on the island to do our rapid assessment the powerful storm just downgraded to a category four has killed at least one person an eight year old boy who drowned forecasters say the hurricane could slam into the southeast U. S. in the next few days can Graham at the national hurricane center central Florida got to be ready for the wins you got to be ready for the rain and the storm surge dangerous storm surge here portions of the coast to see four to seven feet Deborah Rodriguez CBS

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"captain stevens" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"President Trump has begun a state visit to Japan by poking, the US ally over its trade, imbalance with the United States, but he says the two countries are getting along very well. It's my sincere hope that the Ray Wachira. The economic ties between the United States Japan continue to grow keeper, and stronger if that's possible. I think we right now probably have the best relationship with Japan that we've ever had. Trump, also promoting the United States under his leadership. Vice President Mike Pence is giving the commencement speech to the graduating class at West Point she had a lot to say about what he sees as the Trump administration's accomplishments on security. We've taken the fight against radical Islamic terrorists on our terms on their soil, and thanks to the courage of our armed forces, just a few short months ago, the last inch of territory under the black flag of ISIS was liberated, pencil graduates, some of them will soon be seeing action in Afghanistan and Iraq. Police in Trenton New Jersey are trying to track down. At least two, people, they think opened fire into a crowd and receiving calls of several victims struck by gunfire near the Roman-era bar detective captain, Steven Barnes is at least thirty shots were fired at least ten people were wounded two critically, nothing officially out on a possible motive, the Mississippi house speaker speakers tasks lawyers with researching how to remove a lawmaker if it's true that the man punched his own wife and doesn't resign voluntarily second-term, Republican Representative Doug MacLeod of Lewis style was arrested and charged with misdemeanor domestic violence, after deputies were called to his home a week ago, George county sheriff's deputies say, McCloud was drunk, and that he bloodied, his wife's.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tampa and Rex TV HD two Clearwater. Should we get to see surveillance video recorded inside Jupiter day spa? During an undercover investigation attorneys, representing patriots owner Robert Kraft or arguing about the impact of releasing the videos will be absolutely had a straw, lawyers for the media say releasing the videos wouldn't necessarily taint a jury pool. Idioms depicting him receiving sex acts from somebody at a day spa would be embarrassing. That's simply not enough to rise to the standard of creating a serious and imminent threat to the administration of Justice next crafts Moore's will try to suppress the video by arguing police were wrong to conduct the undercover operation in the first place. Rory O'Neill Miami state lawmakers want to add to our toll roads projects moving forward. So far include extending the Suncoast Parkway north of Tampa all the way to Georgia. Connecting the northern end of the Florida turnpike to the Suncoast Parkway and building a connector between Polk County in central Florida to Collier county in the south. West part of the state supporters say would help people evacuate the state if they need to kill a canine cop and get more prison time Bill is gone to the governor's desk that raises the maximum penalty to fifteen years in prison for anyone who kills her harms a four legged first responder the house unanimously approved the senate's previously approved measure current law has a maximum sentence of five years the Tampa Bay Lightning vow to fight on after losing the first two games of their playoff series against Columbus. Falling five to one last night. A tough position. But we're not going to quit. We gotta take a page out of their vote can go on the road and hockey, captain, Steven stamkos. They're the lightning tied a league record with sixty two victories in the.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That getting rid of Obamacare's individual mandate as congress did made the entire law unconstitutional. Now, the Trump administration agrees Leslie dodges with group. Protect our care. The president tried to do this in congress, and he sailed and he simply won't give up on this war on healthcare. It strategy NAS, but must more importantly is frustrating to the millions of people whose lives depend on this previously. The Trump administration supportive removing a provision protecting people with preexisting conditions and now supports striking down the entire law. House speaker Nancy Pelosi tells Democrats to move on from the Muller probe congresswoman, Kathy castor. A democrat from Tampa says okay, but she still wants to get her hands on the full report of the investigation into Russian influence over the two thousand sixteen presidential election. You bet it's important to get to see the full Muller report and have the congressional committees investigate that, but it simply can't be to the exclusion of what's important in the Tampa Bay area. Wages are are lower than they should be what we have to do to bring in. In higher paying jobs. That's what I look forward to focusing on Castro says Democrats will push attorney general William bar to release the full report to congress. Prosecutors have dropped all charges against actress jussie smollet, he faced sixteen counts for long the police about an attack on him that it turns out he staged in exchange. Mullet. Smaller agrees to forfeit the bond. He posted the leading we're losing four to two last night in the last period. But never felt like they had lost. A Boston says team captains Steven stamkos lucky.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The people get it. They'll go through all of that whatever it is they're fed. And in the end they pull the right lever. It's a very very dangerous situation. So I think I agree. I think something has to be looked at very closely. The president said the US in Brazil stand together in support of Venezuelan opposition leader at one Guido. And the president said when it comes to Venezuela all options are on the table, Florida. Prosecutors have reportedly offered to deal to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and other men charged with soliciting prostitution. At a day spa in Jupiter. It calls for the defendants to admit guilt and complete an education course, about prostitution one hundred hours of community service screening for sexually transmitted diseases and payment of some court costs craft denies that. He engaged in any illegal activity. Are you in about eight and a half billion dollars will be wagered on this year's NCWA men's basketball tournament the American gaming association expects forty seven million American adults to lay down bets during the tournament. Forty million Americans are expected to fill out a bracket. The AGA says the veterans are favoring Duke to win it all it also says two point four million people will bet illegally with a bookie Brian shook NBC News Radio the lightning be Arizona. Four to one and Emily arena last night. But it wasn't just another win. The bolts took the presidents trophy with one hundred sixteen points, and they got home ice advantage throughout the Stanley Cup playoffs. Captain Steven stamkos set the franchise record with his three hundred eighty. Four th career goal, everyone within.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

15:15 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"The TAG team that Roy size XS in that abby attacked team. I'd love to face well all right and well you know and I didn't honest I'd also have to put the Canadian pit bulls in there as well. Oh Yeah I I would love to Russell the Canadian pit bulls and then I guess a singles competitor like my <hes> my two kind on the on the Dream List bucket list kind of thing right now are I'd love to Wrestle Lonnie Zelda's or Mike sidell okay definitely love to wrestle Mike sidell that would be fun. That would be fun yeah I could. I I can see that so you think <hes> <hes> I would. I would not going to speak for him but I think the pillars destinies would even welcome to on three handicap match to those guys those guys definitely look crazy yeah or awesome yeah well you know they have had some exposure on <hes> on impact not necessarily the main show but there <hes> web show the explosion show so there you go. That's that's there's some national brush brushing fame right there so that would be kind that'd be kind of fun well and then of course the one percent <hes> Roy six darrel Nelson so yeah they they're all over the place so yeah that would be a definitely possibility. Oh yeah all right <hes> so any other <hes> any other things that you have coming up here in the near future besides <hes> Primoz and <hes> ceus W even you know three four weeks in that you're aware of that you can announce here. I can actually over a few things. <hes> Primoz has been pretty heavily promoting a few shows coming up here within the next couple of months <hes> like I said to start you know this Sunday March third at the watering bowl and Denver Colorado <hes> there is a woman scorn and that's going to be too. It's usually starts about seven seven fifteen tickets sir ten dollars online about fifteen bucks at the door and <hes> definitely looking forward to that show and then March eighth is <hes> C._S.. W Bar fights volume three and that's at the plain field sports bar in Colorado Colorado Springs <hes> then <hes> <hes> April seventh <hes> Primoz has teamed with the watering bull and crown royal and they are doing Wrestlemainia Watch party called Crown Royal Rumble who and that is free entry and that's it our little gifts to <hes> the fans of pre most arresting and the fans of pro wrestling general. You'RE GONNA get a little bit of a little bit alive wrestling wrestling before the pre show and then be able to watch you know the pre show wrestlemainia after cool that that sounds like fun and then. I know that you know about this Arti but you know that every may so taking place this year on make this is Alpha Knight Right. It's our annual tournament. The crowns the best high flyer lunch door wrestler just here you'll pure wrestler. Lucia doors and hi fliers is just an amazing show that takes place on May fifth but also it's been extended so it's many fourth and may fifth and you're also now going to get Omega night which is an all women's tournament. Oh yeah the best female wrestler Lucia Hi Flyer Grappler yes so <hes> I guess you could say that <hes> <hes> Primoz is kind of really <hes> seeming it up in ratcheting up with all these kind of <hes> events knows yeah cool like I like that a lot yeah cool awesome all right well will. I think that's all I have for you right now but before I let you go <hes> once you tell the listeners <hes> about if you've <hes> they wanted to follow you like on <hes> social media media where they could find you like facebook. Twitter is the etc already you can find me on facebook at the dread captain Stevens <hes> you can find me on both twitter and instagram under both dread captain often S._c.. Oh cool awesome all right well once again captain Stevens I salute you. I appreciate you coming onto the podcast and let my listeners know little bit more about you. Oh my pleasure man is an honor to be here all right. Thank you already once again a big thank you to captain Stevens for coming onto the podcast this week I salute. You are really appreciate T._H._e.. For coming on so let's go ahead and before we get talk about this upcoming week. Let's do the weekend review so last Thursday was the rocky mountain pro ignition and charged episodes from the Rocky Mountain Quarry in the Jefferson County fairgrounds great shows as always got to see some new talent <hes> that traveled in and came in when <hes> we had <hes> the young gun champ Gentler Hopkins came in got to see him good. I really enjoy him. Him And Curtis Cole had a Barn Karen Berger. Excuse excuse the Pun of a match it was amazing and I really love seeing the young gun come in town. He needs to come in town more often and there was a couple other talents <music>. I not serve. I caught their names quite properly. <hes> one was the magnificent <hes> milk. Oh a belief and that was great. I loved his character is Great Craig character great great great and then on Friday the Lucci brain laughs today inter-gender tag team tournament kicked off the equal fights two day tournament <hes> was great. I went tended that and got the C. for the first time Delie Doom in person and ruby race it was there Tacori tyrod Greek came in town like I said that was great. Her and Mike Zell Yoga salt had a fantastic match and then I would say <hes> allegata an Anaya I of versus Caleb crush and Delilah doom was a fantastic match will they were all fantastic matches but <hes> those matches a were probably the highlights for me. Eh especially because <hes> just Vance Service for myself I would say that with Anaya and Allegata <hes> pulling a little bit of the left coast guerrillas <hes> tactics out and displayed them against their opponents was great and then also on Friday as well. The Rocky Mountain pro had their Rocky Mountain WPRO experience at the Rack House. Unfortunately because Lucci were last had <unk> <hes> that event that night as well it wasn't able to attend <hes> look like it went off really well of course the talent that came in for the Thursday show at Rocky mountain pro was also there as well so it's always Kinda nice to see though get introduced a couple more talents not get so comfortable with the towns to see all the time time at all these shows and then <hes> like I said Saturday was the combination of Jubran laughs tournament where Caleb Crush and Eliah doom won the tournament well undeserved everybody did well. They faced Ruby raise and I am the provider <hes> in the finals. <hes> got the see all kinds of things <hes>. You're also on Saturday night. Joy Ryan was there but they hadn't said who he was going to be facing and boom as soon as the music hit it was the fiercest feline nine in Lucia Lebron Alley Gatto so keeping it up with the theme for the equal fights Allegata faced Joey Freakin Ryan I was I was so happy to see that match. It was amazing and <hes> I there's not enough words to describe it all and then also the Iron Hills this championship wrestling promotion also came back had their showdown. They're in Colorado. Springs looks like it went off. Well surprisingly Jimbo Lucas I lost his championship and he vows to get back as soon as he can. A sound like there was a little bit of <hes> dispute on how it the happened so I'll be excited to see how that all turns out and then on Sunday I attended for the first time I went to Hugo's Lucia Lebron which also takes place at Jefferson County fairgrounds <hes> same places rocky mountain pro they dress up the arena a little bit different with the Hugo's branding and all that stuff like that of course with as being the deliberate a lot of it was in Spanish and I am not even enclose to understanding a good majority of the words I know a lot <hes> it's a different different experience and it's formatted a lot differently <hes> I did mark out that they have a mascot the comes out <hes> before the show and Kinda like at intermission <hes> at say. I kind of hiked it. I thought it was fun. Russell exposed to be about fun so I I really enjoyed that. <hes> got to see a couple of people that of course new Delta a junior and read Viper and I had a match as well <hes> Luna was there. I got we've seen her in rocky mountain pro a few times as well so it was kind of fun. <hes> got to see a lot of new faces faces <hes> they do a lot of two out of three falls. I think as well 'cause they have a <hes> a ring card girl woman. Whatever you WANNA call her a come out to tell you what round around or ring it <hes> or follow this kind of stuff like that so that was kind of fun definitely WanNa go again <hes> because it is a definite experience <hes> rowdy crowd beaten on drums and all that kind kind of stuff that you would expect from a more traditional Lucia Lube Ray <hes> promotion so that was fun so not talking about the past? Let's talk about the future we have this Thursday coming up as a time of this recording that is tomorrow and with it being the last Thursday of the month that means it is time for rocky mountain pro supercharged and it's going to be a purge event which means it is anything goes ladders chairs. <hes> still a barrels whatever you can find. I wonder if the infamous <hes> shovel that may have a little residue. If you know what I mean <hes> will make an appearance as well. If you WANNA get tickets <hes> it's not too late but you can always get tickets are are M._p.. WRESTLING DOT COM or you can get them at the door door course the prices do in crease and then I do not believe as far as I'm checking my notes that we do have don't have anything on Friday or Saturday but we do have on Saturday like captain Stevens was mentioning we do have Primoz <hes> pro wrestling <hes> having their woman scorn learn <hes> events where we've got <hes> daisy and I am the product Shade Tarantula and Tire Russ Amee <hes> <hes> they're featured heavily in this event <hes> and like he were like captain Stevens was saying got a niane filter to the biggest toughest guys he's here in the wrestling with altitude area going at it. You can get tickets ten dollars online fifteen dollars at the door showtime seven P._M.. Doors Open even at six thirty so you WANNA get tickets go to Primoz pro wrestling dot com..

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"captain stevens" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

15:32 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"The wrestling with altitude podcast. I am your hosts Mr fourth row and on on this podcast this episode I have one of the local wrestling talents here in Colorado area and that is captain Stevens Yoho Captain Stevens how you doing up doing good today Mr fourth or through how `bout yourself I am hanging in there so I really appreciate you coming onto the show. <hes> let's start off with the first question. So how did you get interested in professional wrestling. Did you watch it as a child. Oh My my dad had me watching wrestling pretty much at least for my mom says is when I was an infant you know like four to six months old and stuff like that and even my uncle has this little story. He likes to tell of how we knew. I was going to be a wrestler is <hes> there was one day we just finished watching wrestling and I was like three years older so and my mom was sleeping on the floor and I guess if they climbed up on the army the couch and did a macho man flying elbow right across her nose so so at a young age. Do you remember watching or do you have any memories from back then. I guess my earliest memory memory of professional wrestling <hes> is <hes> summer slam nineteen ninety-two the one that took place at Wembley Stadium in the United Kingdom and I used to we had recorded it on the statement Abe and I used to watch the heck out of that tape like I used to watch especially the main event which was the Bret Hart versus the British bulldog for the intercontinental title right so the question is well d still have tape and or is it just worn out and if so do you have anything to so played on <hes> no I don't. I don't have the tape or if the player thank thank goodness for the network so I can relive that man all right yeah that's true so I was just I was just kinda curious so <hes> who will your favorites watching them you. Who did you really like to enjoy the work? Oh Man I almost do like a time line with it. I mean when I was a little a little kid. It was the ultimate warrior I mean even dressed up like in for Halloween and stuff like that did the whole face paint and the armed tassels and stuff like that and then <hes> as I got older and he wasn't there it kind of transition due to <hes> to brow heart watched. I follow 'em even when he left <hes> after Montreal all the way to W._C._W.. I follow his career up until pretty much the time he laughed and that's a back she abou- I'd stop watching wrestling for a little bit around then but I'd say those were probably the biggest no very cool so then <hes> what then got you into thinking and actually taking that step into doing this as a as a little bit of the profession so in in about two thousand eight as about twenty years older so I had <hes> I went to a R._M._c. w show it was at a red and Jerry's and they had like Butch Reed there and I watched him Russell Robertson and stuff like that and then <hes> I remember after that being invited over to a Wrestlemainia Watch party at someone's house and they were talking about training guys then and I had gotten somewhat interested back then in is I didn't even know there wasn't independent wrestling seen in Colorado at all until about that time. Oh Wow wow so then <hes> who who was it that you got involved with <hes> doing your training and and stuff might stay overnight of training actually <hes> I I went to the. I don't know if you remember it the I._W._F.. Butcher shop I've heard of it. Yes it's it's it's essentially now. The PRIMOZ butcher shot up because pretty much just GonNa took over the school right and people were you know people who trained they're essentially worked promotions and whatnot and it just kind of transition to Primoz once I W F closed doors but that that was my first night at training was with I._W._F.. And then I just continued when it went into when it transferred over to Primoz Um and so did you start training there right away and <hes> two thousand eight. Did you say no actually I did not find a school until about two thousand eleven doesn't eleven okay I ended up <hes> just looking it up online and found that school though okay awesome and so you have been doing this ever since then so about seven eight years <hes> if this challenge training saying yeah well I mean we do training because it's still part of all the process right now part of all the process. You honestly never stop learning so well. Yeah that's true. That's very true so then. When did you have like your first match crazy enough? My first match didn't come on WanNa see came in about two thousand fifteen. I I wasn't always the best about maintaining a proper coming to training schedule because I had really crazy work hours especially starting in two thousand eleven when my boss is very adamant about not giving me the days off that they trained so I you know I didn't make my debut or like my first match until about two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen <hes> and who was your opponent <hes> crazy enough. Have you ever heard of <hes> Primoz carnival the actual show yes yeah the Halloween show yes my first match. I was stung and I wrestled cody divine who was was us <hes> staying okay Nice. That's very very cool awesome all right so then <hes> you just been kind of hitting the promotions <hes> pretty much sense. Then Kinda got steady <hes> <hes> work schedule per se you know in the in the wrestling <hes> community them. I I do at least in Denver and like 'cause I. I work with Primoz and I work with C._S.. W I mean it's definitely not to say that. I wouldn't want to work for any other promotion because I mean I have wrestled like twice for Lebron. Debray lamps but I definitely would like to do more steady with pre Muhsin C._S.. W right and did I want. Did I catch at one time. You worked for was it. Is it big sky as well big sky. That's <hes> promotion out in Wyoming Yeah. I remember their United States champion. I'm sorry you cut out there say that again. I'm actually they're United States champion you current the current United States champion a big sky <hes> Yep and how do they do shows because it seems like <hes> kind of little intermittent or they are very very intermittent opening. We haven't had our show up there. Since I WANNA see June or July oh well. Do you think that's just because <hes> well union. Would you agree with me that the wrestling seen in Colorado's really taking off right now I would. I would definitely chalk it up to that. I mean there's you know I mean it's really crazy right now. Without any promotions there that are popping up in around the state especially you know down in Colorado Springs and stuff like that and then you have Primoz in new era and rocky mountain pro when Lucci Lebron laughs up at Denver Right and then the count countless number of Lucia actual Lucia Promotions to Oh yeah so all right well <hes> you now well you kind of to <hes> currently are in a <hes>. I guess you the best way to explain it would be like a faction called the party pirate punks. How did that come about to be to be completely honest with you? I think that at a certain point we were just kinda thrown together and because we were originally just the party pirates and it was me and all he beat and then <hes> Paulie be got injured. You heard his knee in our first tag outing to be honest no so then <hes> a couple months later <hes> they paired me up with Johnny crash crash while Bali was rehabbing and <hes> we just kind of went from there as the pirate punks and then you know about seven eight months later polly came back from his knee injury and he just Kinda got lumped in with us then we became the party pirate punks ever since harlow was <hes> was was it just something that just kind of happened or were you Kinda put together by anybody like special that may be. We've mentioned on the podcast before uh-huh definitely say it. Was it someone it's definitely `specially I mean <hes> Chris Chavez. The former owner of CIS w <hes> is the one that put us together I had I had an idea. He's he's. He's he's. He's kind of genius would you. He's just kind of has magical touch. Would you agree with that you really did he really did have that. Just kind of that magical touch I mean I don't oh I can't honestly say like right off the top at what it was but there was just there was always something about you know see us w when we first got there that just kinda made wrestling down the spur in Colorado Springs Really Special Dab him there and I do know that a lot of us really miss him so oh yeah I miss them to <hes> so speaking of that <hes> I know that you and I have kinda talked about it a little bit but why don't we go ahead and reiterate vetera- on the <hes> podcast <hes> the couple special things that <hes> with when it comes to see us w for you <hes> that have kind of been book end <hes> most recently with the <hes> last <hes> Colorado Springs show so tell toner buddy about that well I mean just kristen general was always just someone that really believed a lot of me and he always spoke really highly of me and you know we had worked before he opens D._S._W.. We had worked a couple of times on the independent scene and he was really high on me then and then <hes> you know <hes> mean cormack battle were actually in the very very first match N._C._I._S. W I mean we opened the very very first show was just mean Cormac and now that will always be like a little special thing that I have with Mac you know in opening up that show right and then now most recently tell the listeners <hes> what happened <hes> for you <hes> with <hes> C._S.. W All I am <hes> one half of the C._S.. W tag eighteen champions with my cohorts Bali and Johnny crash and I also just one the Christopher Chavez senior memorial battle royal got a big big big trophy for that right show that okay and and that leads me into <hes> what you have coming up in the near future <hes> here in about <hes> just a little bit over in a week so tell the listeners what is going on there well. I actually actually have <hes> if you don't mind actually two shows coming up your back the week and a half you know definitely Primoz. This Sunday is a woman's scorn from the watering bowl. That's going to be one heck of show I mean. Have you seen the main event for that one already. Oh yeah lament filter in Anaya. That's Oh God that's going to be a match it. Nobody should miss and then a week from Friday march eighth. I'm at <hes> C._S.. W Bar fights volume three were the main event is myself versus. <hes> Joey can eight and that's in other matches to bulls right right and Joey Kincaid was the person that you had was the last person was <hes> eliminated before you won the <hes> the tournament before winning about a royal right was was worn was the last person eliminate it was a person that I eliminated there to whip that a royal yeah so he <hes> you think he's coming out coming back at you for a little bit of revenge all I wouldn't necessarily early put it fast on now. I mean he definitely didn't look happy after the elimination and I tell you he has is one tough guy right. Oh yeah well. They don't call him the human grenade for nothing. That's very true through very true yeah so let's <hes> so we got thous out but let's talk about possibly <hes> in the <hes> near are in the <hes> little bit farther in the future <hes> if you do you have any kind of like dream matches any kind of opponents at you would like to wrestle a both as a single competitor and then maybe even getting P._p.. The triple P. together and you know going up against other tag teams and this could be anybody in you know close proximity to the Colorado area or even nationwide. Maybe somebody <hes> Ion. That's you know on T._v.. Or something like that or you know and and then along with that have you had any brushes with any kind of <hes> you know people that you know National People may have heard about <hes> not necessarily like national people haven't really at any brushes. That <hes> as far as dream matches go I mean I'd really love to wrestle <hes> like as a tag team that was me and the Party and the triple p. out honestly say like three matches <hes> the pillars of destiny <hes> that would be the vikings out would be a really good match. I really look forward to that and then there's also <hes> the one percent <hes> the team the.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

13:16 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"The wrestling with altitude podcast. I am your host Mr Fourth row and on on this podcast this episode I have one of the local wrestling talents here in the Colorado area and that is kept in Stevens Yoho captain Stevens how you doing up doing good today Mr fourth worthwhile how `bout yourself I am hanging in there so I really appreciate you coming onto the show. <hes> let's start off with the first question. So how did you get interested in professional wrestling. Did you watch it as a child. Oh My my dad had me watching wrestling pretty much at least from what my mom says is when I was an infant you know like four to six months old and stuff like that and even my uncle has this little story. He likes to tell of how he knew. I was going to be a wrestler is <hes> there was one day we just finished watching wrestling and I was like three years older so and my mom was sleeping on the floor and I guess if they climbed up on the arm of the couch and did a macho man flying elbow wrist right across her nose so so at that young age. Do you remember watching or do you have any memories from back. Then I guess my earliest memory summary of professional wrestling <hes> is <hes> Summer Slam nineteen ninety two the one that took place at Wembley Stadium in the United Kingdom and are used to we had recorded on a V._H._s. tape shape and I used to watch that the heck out of that tape like I used to watch especially the main event which was the Bret Hart versus the British bulldog for the intercontinental title right so the question is well. Do you still have tape and or is it just worn out and if so do you have anything so played on <hes> no I don't I don't have the tape or if the player thank thank goodness for the network so I can relive that man all right yeah. That's true so I was just I was just kind of curious so <hes> who are your favorites watching him you. Who did you really like to enjoy their work? Oh Man I could almost do like a time line with it. I mean when I was a little a little kid. It was the ultimate warrior I mean even dressed up like in for all and stuff like that did the whole face paint in the arm tassels and stuff like that and then <hes> as I got older and he wasn't there it kind of transitioned into <hes> to brow heart watched a follow 'em even when he left <hes> after Montreal all the way to W._C._W.. I followed his career up until pretty much time he laughed and that's back she bow I'd stop watching wrestling for a little bit around then but I'd say those are probably the two biggest no very cool so then <hes> what then got you into thinking and actually taking that step into doing this as a as a little bit of the profession so in in about two thousand eight as about twenty years older so I had <hes> I went to a R._M._c. w show it was at <hes> reading Jerry's they had like Butch Reed there and I watched him wrestle Rob Bryson and stuff like that and then <hes> I remember after that being invited over to like a a Wrestlemainia Watch party at someone's house and they were talking about training guys then and I had gotten somewhat interested back then is I didn't even know there was an independent wrestling scene in Colorado at all until about that time Oh wow wow so then <hes> who who was it that you got involved with doing your training and and stuff my stubborn night of training actually <hes> I I went to the. I don't know if you remember it. The I W F butcher shop I've heard of it. Yes it's it's it's essentially now. The PRIMOZ butcher shot up because pretty much just GonNa took over the school right and people were. You know people who trained they're essentially worked promotions of whatnot and it just kind of transition to Primoz once I W F closed doors but that that was my first night at training was with I._W._f.. And then I just continued when it went into when it transferred over to Primoz Um and so did you start training there right away in two thousand eight. Did you say no actually I did not find a school until about two thousand eleven doesn't eleven okay I ended up just looking it up online and found that school though okay awesome and so you have been doing this <hes> ever since then so about seven eight years <hes> if if challenge training right right yeah. That's what I'm saying yeah I mean we do what we do training because it's still part of all the process right now part of all the process. You honestly never stop learning so well. Yeah that's true. That's very true. You're so then <hes>. When did you have like your first match crazy enough? My first match didn't come on WanNa see came in about two thousand fifteen. I I wasn't always the best about maintaining a proper coming to training schedule because I had really crazy work hours especially starting in two thousand eleven when my boss was very adamant about not giving me the days off that they trained so I you know I didn't make my debut herb like my first match until about two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen <hes> and who was your opponent <hes> crazy enough. Have you ever heard of <hes> Primoz carnival the actual show yes yeah the Halloween show yes my first match. I was stung and I wrestled cody divine. Who was us <hes> staying okay Nice? That's very that's very cool awesome all right so then <hes> you just been kind of hitting the promotions <hes> pretty much since then Kinda got steady <hes> <hes> work schedule per se you know in the in the wrestling <hes> community then I I do at least in Denver and like 'cause I. I work with Primos and I work with C._S.. W I mean it's definitely not to say that I wouldn't want to work for any other promotion because I mean I have wrestled like twice for Lucia Lebron lamps but I definitely would like to do more but I do eat steady with pre Muhsin C._S.. W right and did I want. Did I catch at one time. You worked for was it. Is it big sky as well big sky. That's <hes> promotion out in Wyoming Yeah. They're United States champion. I'm sorry you cut out there say that again. I'm actually they're United States champion you current the current United States champion champion in Big Sky <hes> Yep and how often do they do show because it seems like <hes> kind of little intermittent or they are very they're very intermittent. We haven't had our show up there since I wanNA see June or July well. Do you think that's just because <hes> well you. Would you agree with me that the wrestling scene in Colorado's really taking off right now <hes> I would definitely chalk it up to that. I mean there's no I mean it's really crazy right now. Without any promotions there that are popping up in around the state especially you know down in Colorado Springs and stuff like that and then you have Primoz in new era and rocky mountain pro and Lucia brand laughs up at Denver right and then the count countless number of Lucia actual Lucia Promotions to Oh yeah so all right well <hes> you now well you kind of two <hes> currently are in a <hes>. I guess you the best way to explain it would be like a faction called. The party pirate punks. How did that come about to be to be completely honest with you? I think that at a certain point we were just gonNA thrown together and because we were originally just the party pirates and it was me and polly beat and then Paulie be got injured eat hurt his knee in our first tag outing to be honest. I don't know so then <hes> a couple months later <hes> they paired me up with Johnny crash crash while poly was rehabbing and <hes> we just kind of went from there as the pirate punks and then you know about seven eight months later polly came back from his knee injury and he just Kinda got lumped in with US awesome we became the party pirate punks ever since harlow was <hes> was was it just something that just kind of happened or were you kind of put together by anybody like special that maybe we've mentioned on the podcast before. There's just I could definitely say it. Was it someone it's definitely `specially I mean <hes> Chris Chavez. The former owner of CIS w <hes> is the one that put us together I had I had an idea. He's he's. He's he's. He's kind of genius would you. He's just kind of has that magical touch. Would you agree with that you really did he really did have that. Just kind of that magical touch. I mean I don't now. I can't honestly say like right off the top at what it was but there was just there was always something about you know see us w when we first got there that just kinda made wrestling down on the spur in Colorado Springs really special DAB him there and I do know that a lot of us really miss him so oh yeah I miss him too. <hes> so speaking of that <hes> I know that you and I have kind of talked about it a little bit but why don't we go ahead and reiterate reiterate on the <hes> podcast <hes> the couple special things that <hes> with when it comes to see us w for you <hes> that have kind of been book and <hes> most recently with the <hes> last <hes> Colorado Springs shelves so tell tell everybody about that well I mean just kristen general was always just someone that really believed a lot of me and he always spoke really highly of me and you know we had worked before he opened C._S.. W We had worked a couple times on the independent scene and he was really Yummy then and then <hes> you know <hes> Mian Cormack battle were actually in the very very first match N._C._I._S. W I mean we opened the very very first show was just mean Cormac and now that will always kind of be like a little special thing that I have with Mac you know an opening up that show right and then now most recently tell the listeners <hes> what happened <hes> for you <hes> with <hes> C._S.. W All I am <hes> one half of the C._S.. W tag eighteen champions with my cohorts Bali and Johnny crash and I also just won the Christopher Chavez senior memorial battle royal got a big big big trophy for that right and show that okay and a and that leads me into <hes> what you have coming up in the near future <hes> here in about <hes> just a little bit over in a week so tell the listeners what is going on there well. I actually have <hes> if you don't mind actually two show's coming up here in about a week and a half you know definitely Primoz. This Sunday is a woman scorned from the watering bowl. That's going to be one heck of the show I mean I mean. Have you seen the main event for that one already. Oh yeah lament filter in Anaya. That's Oh God that's going to be a match it. Nobody should miss and then a week from Friday march eighth. I'm at <hes> C._S.. W Bar fights volume three were the main event is myself versus..

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"captain stevens" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You the answers you need to all your financial questions. There's a guy named Lawrence Colby who has written. A military thriller called the black scorpion. Pilot the protagonist in the book is a guy named captain Stevens. And in one section of the book. He says the captain Stevens is reading Rick elements book the truth about your future. Pretty cool. My book has mentioned in another book. Hey, listen to this irate. This is Kerry from San Francisco, and I have a question about index funds in recent years, we've been hearing increasingly from famous investors that. The increased popularity of index funds in the US we over time reduce their effectiveness and further. I've heard that it's not going to be good for the economy. For reasons that I don't fully understand. I'm wondering what your opinion is about this topic. Both from an overall economy perspective and also as consumers, thank you very much. Yeah. This is we're talking about Carrie, I'm glad you raised it because an awful lot of Americans own index funds. Now chances are you're investing in index funds in our financial planning and investment management practice, we heavily emphasized passive investing. And it's an increasingly common way to invest because everybody recognizes that active managers simply can't deliver on their promise. The notion of an active manager is I'm gonna pick for you. The best investments I'm going to buy the best stocks that are going to beat the market index, and you should pay me a lot of money to do that. Well, the record clearly shows that they fail to deliver. They don't overwhelmingly they don't beat the indexes and all you're doing is paying extra fees. You're taking extra risks. You're not getting compensated for it. So that's why people say instead of trying to beat the market you might as well just be the market. Because the market's returns are just fine. I mean, if you just do the market return you can achieve your goals, just dandy. And that's all you gotta do. In other words, if the speed limit is sixty five you might as well, just go sixty five you'll get to where you're trying to get on schedule. If you go ninety five. Yeah. You might get there faster. But chances are you might wreck as well. You'll certainly burn more gas, maybe pay some fines in other words, you'll incur extra costs. And that's the whole point. So yes, there's a big movement toward passive investing index investing and so on and Jack Bogle. Very famous deservedly so founder of vanguard. The inventor of the index fund has recently come out with a concern that says indexing has now become so popular that he's fearful that there could be unintended side effects. That could adverse effect the American economy and the investing world in general. Is he right? What's he talking about? Let me explain it to you. What Jack has basically expressed a concern with is that there are three companies that are doing most of the business in the index fund world black rock State Street and vanguard they control most of the market. If you own an index fund. Odds are pretty good it came from one of those three companies now when you buy shares of an index fund or any mutual fund. Really you're delegating to things to the company. You only think you're delegating one. But in fact, you're delegating. Two things one. You're delegating. The decision of buying stocks on your behalf. Right. That's why you hire them. They'll pick the stocks will build a portfolio, they'll manage it for you. That's I. But you know, what else you're delegating as a shareholder you get a vote and you're delegating. That vote to them. In other words. Let's say that it's P five hundred index fund their five hundred companies in the index every year each of those five hundred companies issues votes on corporate management, selecting an auditor hiring the board of directors making strategic decisions such as issuing dividends or stock buybacks, etc. That vote goes to the shareholders, but you're an indirect shareholder. You bought your shares via the fund you didn't buy shares of IBM directly you own shares of IBM inside the fund. So you don't get the proxy from IBM the fund does and block rock is going to vote the proxy for you. Vanguard State Street. They will vote the proxies for you. And what Jack Bogo has raised the warning about. He says, wait a minute. We've now put all of this money into all of these funds run by only three companies, they get to vote the proxies. And that gives them a disproportionate influence on the management of those companies in a manner that nobody ever really thought about thirty years ago. So he's suggesting that we might need to change the policies of the way these products work to limit the influence that these three big fund companies can have on corporate America that has nothing to do really with the investments themselves, the performance of the companies or how much money you might make or lose in the index fund. You haven't bought so Jack is talking about a policy issue. It's an important one. I think he's onto something. Is a pretty bright guy as we all know. And so it is worthy of policy discussion and conversation on Capitol Hill and within the regulatory environment like the SEC and the fed. So that's what he was talking about. But do you need to be worried as an investor about buying index funds? Is it possible that there's so much money in index funds that it's having an adverse impact on the investing world that could hurt you as an investor the answer. Oh, yeah. Sure. I could probably envision a theoretical environment that it's I guess possible that it could represent a problem. But in the real world, it's not an issue. And there's one simple reason why even though into one eighteen one hundred percent of all the new money added to mutual funds went into passive funds, which means, hey, this is proving Jack's point investors are choosing passive funds. They're buying pacifies, not active funds. Well, that's true all the new money is going into passive. But all of the existing money is still in active. In other words, there's about fifteen trillion dollars in actively managed mutual funds. I don't know why. I think mostly it's inertia. I think a lot of folks are leaving the money that they've invested over the decades into those funds, and they simply haven't bothered to move it over to passive some folks are happy with their funds. Some folks are worried about the taxes they'd have to pay to make the move some might incur surrender charges or other fees to make the move. I mean, there's there are some reasons legitimately for not doing it. But I think inertia is a really big reason. I think people just simply haven't gotten around to it for the same reason you haven't gotten around to Washington car, but you just haven't gotten around to it. I think it's to a lot of folks detriment that they're leaving their money in actively managed funds. I think a lot of those funds the majority of those funds sometimes the vast majority of those funds are charging too much and earning too little relative to the risks that they're forcing you to take. But that's a whole separate conversation. The bottom line is we look at the entire fund landscape, relatively speaking. There's very little money in index funds compared to actively manage funds, and therefore the concern that indexing is becoming too big for its own good, theoretically that might occur one day. But that's a long long way away. Not something. I think you need to be worried about at all. But it's a really great question. Very topical. Which is why Kerry acid? He sure recently read the interview that Jack Bogle gave on the subject if you have questions like that. If you've got concerns structural issues about the economy or the financial markets and the impact it might have on your investment portfolio. You're right to raise those questions, and we invite you to raise them to us. Just call us a triple eight plan RIC. We're happy to not only have this very interesting policy conversation over a beer if you want. Okay, maybe not, but we'll happy to have this conversation. Relative in direct to your portfolio show us, what your own show us the investments you have. So that you have your eyes wide open. So that you know, if the decisions you've made if the investments you've selected or perhaps which have been selected for you by someone else are in fact in your best interest because at the end of the day. That's the only thing that matters choosing investments in your best interest designed to achieve. Your financial goals..

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"captain stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You the answers you need to all your financial questions. There's a guy named Lawrence Colby who has written. A military thriller called the black scorpion. Pilot the protagonist in the book is a guy named captain Stevens. And in one section of the book. He says the captain Stevens is reading Rick elements book the truth about your future. Pretty cool. My book mentioned in another book. Hey, listen to this Eirik. This is Kerry from San Francisco, and I have a question about index funds in recent years, we've. I've been hearing increasingly from famous investors that the increased popularity of index funds in the US we over time reduce their effectiveness and further. I've heard that it's not fun to be good for the economy. For reasons that I don't fully understand. I'm wondering what your opinion is about this topic. Both from an overall economy perspective and also as consumers, thank you very much. Yeah. This is we're talking about Kerry. I'm glad you raised it because an awful lot of Americans own index funds. Now chances are you're investing in index funds in our financial planning and investment management practice, we heavily emphasized passive investing. And it's an increasingly common way to invest because everybody recognizes that active managers simply can't deliver on their promise. The notion of an active manager is I'm going to pick for you. The best investments I'm going to buy the best stocks that are going to beat the market index, and you should pay me a lot of money to do that. Well, the record clearly shows that they fail to deliver. They don't overwhelmingly they don't beat the indexes and all you're doing is paying extra fees. You're taking extra risks. You're not getting compensated for it. So that's why people say instead of trying to beat the market you might as well just be them. Market because the market's returns are just fine. I mean, if you just do the market return you can achieve your goals, just dandy. And that's all you gotta do other words at the speed limit is sixty five you might as well, just go sixty five you'll get to where you're trying to get on schedule. If you go ninety five. Yeah. You might get there faster. But chances are you might wreck as well. Certainly burn more gas, maybe pay some fines in other words, you'll incur extra costs. And that's the whole point. So yes, there's a big movement toward passive investing index investing and so on and Jack Bogle. Very famous deservedly so founder of vanguard. The inventor of the index fund has recently come out with a concern that says indexing has now become so popular that he's fearful that there could be unintended side effects. That could adverse effect the American economy and the investing world in general. Is he right? What's he talking about? Let me explain it to you. What Jack has basically expressed a concern? With is that there are three companies that are doing most of the business in the index fund world, black rock State Street and vanguard they control most of the market. If you own an index fund. Odds are pretty good it came from one of those three companies now when you buy shares of an index fund or any mutual fund. Really you're delegating to things to the company. You only think you're delegating one. But in fact, you're delegating. Two things one. You're delegating. The decision of buying stocks on your behalf. All right. That's why you hire them. They'll pick the stocks. They'll build a portfolio. They'll manage it for you. That's I. But you know, what else you're delegating as a shareholder you get a vote, and you're delegating that vote to them. In other words, let's say that it's an S P five. Hundred index fund their five hundred companies in the index every year each of those five hundred companies issues votes on corporate management, selecting an auditor hiring the board of directors making strategic decisions such as issuing dividends or stock buybacks, etc. That. Vote goes to the shareholders, but you're an indirect shareholder. You bought your shares via the fund you didn't buy shares of IBM directly you own shares of IBM inside the fund. So you don't get the proxy from IBM the fund does and block rock is going to vote the proxy for you. Vanguard State Street. They will vote the proxies for you. And what Jack Bogo has raised the warning about. He says, wait a minute. We've now put all of this money into all of these funds run by only three companies, they get to vote the proxies. And that gives them a disproportionate influence on the management of those companies in a manner that nobody ever really thought about thirty years ago. So he's suggesting that we might need to change the policies of the way these products work to limit the influence that these three big fund companies can have on corporate America that has nothing to do really with the investments themselves, the performance of the companies or how much money you might make or lose in the index fund. You happen to have bought so Jack is talking about a policy issue. It's an important one. I think he's onto something he is. Is a pretty bright guys. We all know. And so it is worthy of policy discussion and conversation on Capitol Hill and within the regulatory environment like the SEC and the fed. So that's what he was talking about. But do you need to be worried as an investor about buying index funds? Is it possible that there's so much money in index funds that it's having an adverse impact on the investing world that could hurt you as an investor the answer. Is. No, oh, yeah. Sure. I could probably envision fear radical environment that it's I guess possible that it could represent a problem. But in the real world, it's not an issue. And there's one simple reason why even though in two thousand eighteen one hundred percent of all the new money added to mutual funds went into passive funds. Which means, hey, this is proving Jack's point investors are choosing pacifies. They're buying pacifies, not active funds. Well, that's true all the new money is going into passive. But all of the existing money is still in active. In other words, there's about fifteen trillion dollars in actively managed mutual funds. I don't know why. I think mostly it's an. Russia. I think a lot of folks are leaving the money that they've invested over the decades end those funds, and they simply haven't bothered to move it over to passive some folks are happy with their funds. Some folks are worried about the taxes they'd have to pay to make the move some might incur surrender charges or other fees to make the move. I mean, there is there are some reasons legitimately for not doing it. I'll tell you what I think the reason is.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:13 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on KGO 810

"You the answers you need to all your financial questions. There's a guy named Lawrence Colby who has written. A military thriller called the black scorpion. Pilot the protagonist in the book is a guy named captain Stevens. And in one section of the book. He says the captain Stevens is reading Rick elements book the truth about your future. Pretty cool. My book is mentioned in another book. Hey, listen to this high rate. This is Kerry from San Francisco and have a question about index funds in recent years, we've been hearing increasingly from. Famous investors. The increased popularity of index funds in the US we overtime reduce their effectiveness and further. I've heard that it's not going to be good for the economy. For reasons that I don't fully understand. I'm wondering what your opinion is about this topic. Both from an overall economy perspective and also as consumers, thank you very much. Yeah. This is we're talking about carrying. I'm glad you raised it because an awful lot of Americans own index funds. Now chances are you're investing in index funds and our financial planning and investment management practice, we heavily emphasized passive investing. And it's an increasingly common way to invest because everybody recognizes that active managers simply can't deliver on their promise. The notion of an active manager is I'm going to pick for you. The best investments I'm going to buy the best stocks that are going to beat the market index, and you should pay me a lot of money to do that. Well, the record clearly shows that they fail to deliver. They don't overwhelmingly they don't beat the indexes and all you're doing is paying extra fees. You're taking extra risks. You're not getting compensated for it. So that's why people say instead of trying to beat the market you might as well just be the market. Because the market's returns are just fine. I mean, if you just do the market return you can achieve your goals, just dandy. And that's all you gotta do other words if the speed limit is sixty five you might as well, just go sixty five you'll get to where you're trying to get on schedule. If you go ninety five. Yeah. You might get there faster. But chances are you might wreck as well. You'll certainly burn more gas, maybe pay some fines in other words, you'll incur extra costs. And that's the whole point. So yes, there's a big movement toward passive investing index investing and so on and Jack Bogle very famous deservedly so founder of vanguard, the inventor of the index fund has recently come out with a concern that says indexing has now become so popular that he's fearful that there could be unintended side effects. That could adverse effect the American economy and the investing world in general. Is he right? What's he talking about? Let me explain it to you. What Jack has basically expressed a concern with is that there are three companies that are doing most of the business in the index fund world black rock State Street and vanguard they control most of the market. If you own an index fund. Odds are pretty good it came from one of those three companies now when you buy shares of an index fund or any mutual fund. Really you're delegating to things to the company. You only think you're delegating one. But in fact, you're delegating. Two things one. You're delegating. The decision of buying stocks on your behalf. Right. That's why you hire them Bill. Pick the stocks. They'll build a portfolio manager for you. That's I. But you know, what else you're delegating as a shareholder you get a vote and you're delegating. That vote to them. In other words. Let's say that it's an S and P five hundred index fund their five hundred companies in the index every year each of those five hundred companies issues votes on corporate management, selecting an auditor hiring the board of directors making strategic decisions such as dividends or stock buybacks, etc. That vote goes to the shareholders, but you're an indirect shareholder. You bought your shares via the fund you didn't buy shares of IBM directly you own shares of IBM inside the fund. So you don't get the proxy from IBM the fund does and block rock is going to vote the proxy for you. Vanguard State Street. They will vote the proxies for you. And what Jack Bogo has raised the warning about. He says, wait a minute. We've now put all of this money into all of these funds run by only three companies, they get to vote the proxies. And that gives them a disproportionate influence on the management of those companies in a manner that nobody ever really thought about thirty years ago. So he's suggesting that we might need to change the policies of the way these products work to limit the influence that these three big fund companies can have on corporate America that has nothing to do really with the investments themselves, the performance of the companies or how much money you might make or lose in the index fund. You happen to have bought so Jack is talking about a policy issue. It's an important one. I think he's on to something. Is a pretty bright guy is we all know. And so it is worthy of policy discussion and conversation on Capitol Hill and within the regulatory environment like the SEC and the fed. So that's what he was talking about. But do you need to be worried as an investor about buying index funds? Is it possible that there's so much money in index funds that it's having an adverse impact on the investing world that could hurt you as an investor the answer. Is. No, oh, yeah. Sure. I could probably envision a theoretical environment that it's I guess possible that it could represent a problem. But in the real world, it's not an issue. And there's one simple reason why even though in two thousand eighteen one hundred percent of all the new money added to mutual funds went into passive funds. Which means, hey, this is proven Jack's point investors are choosing passive funds. They're buying pacifies, not active funds. Well, that's true all the new money is going into passive. But all of the existing money is still in active. In other words, there's about fifteen trillion dollars in actively managed mutual funds. I don't know why. I think mostly it's inertia. I think a lot of folks are leaving the money that they've invested over the decades into those funds, and they simply haven't bothered to move it over to passive some folks are happy with their funds. Some folks are worried about the taxes they'd have to pay to make the move some might incur surrender charges or other fees to make the move. I mean, there's there are some reasons legitimately for not doing it. But I think inertia is a really big reason. I think people just simply haven't gotten around to it for the same reason. You haven't gotten around to Washington, the car, you know, you should. But you just haven't gotten around to it. I think it's to a lot of folks detriment that they're leaving their money and actively managed funds, I think a lot of those funds the majority of those funds sometimes the vast majority of those funds are charging too much and earning too little relative to the risks that they're forcing you to take. But that's a whole separate conversation. The bottom line is we look at the entire fund landscape, relatively speaking. There's very little money in index funds compared to actively manage funds, and therefore the concern that indexing is becoming too big for its own good, theoretically that might occur one day. But that's a long long way away. Not something. I think you need to be worried about at all. But it's a really great question is very topical, which is why Kerry acid. He sure recently read the interview that Jack Bogle gave on the subject if you have questions like that. If you've got concerns structural issues about the economy or the financial markets and the impact it might have on your investment portfolio. You're right to raise those questions, and we invite you to raise them to us. Just call us a triple eight plan RIC. We're happy to not only have this very interesting policy conversation over a beer if you want. Okay, maybe not, but we'll happy to have this conversation. Relative in direct to your portfolio show us, what you own show us the investments you have. So that you have your eyes wide open. So that you know, if the decisions you've made if the investments you've selected or perhaps which have been selected for you by someone else are in fact in your best interest because at the end of the day. That's the only thing that matters choosing investments in your best interest designed to achieve. Your financial goals..

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"captain stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Mike is continuing to fail and not get any better and not get any treatment and besides Hillsborough county jail and they've been great, but they're not set up for a mental illness. Like what he has. Pedro berry was killed when investigators say Moore's targeted and ran over him and his two young sons as they were biking along new Tampa boulevard in June. Prosecutors have decided not to pursue the death penalty Palm Beach county. Authorities say the baby girl found floating in Boynton beach in last summer was the Victor. Of a homicide the infant who officers have named baby June was just a few days old when she died Palm Beach sheriff's captain Stevens says they aren't getting much help from the public. We received a total of sixteen tips, and that's not very much for this case. And none of those tips have led to anything for us. We are still desperate for anything that we can get from the public. Investigators believe the baby who appears to be black or Hispanic was born in Broward County or Palm Beach county at the end of may a ten thousand dollar reward is being offered for information, George Anthony. The father of Casey Anthony has suffered. What f HP is calling incapacitating injuries? After a crash on I four in Orlando on Saturday. Troopers say the sixty seven year old lost control of his SUV and flipped several times. Anthony and his wife, Cindy were thrust into the national headlines a decade ago after the murder of their three year old daughter, granddaughter Kaley their daughter Casey was acquitted of the crime. She now lives in Palm Beach and reportedly has no contact. With her father a blizzard stretching from the plains into the Great Lakes has created a.

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"captain stevens" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Joy us let your hearing captain like Johnson, and if you didn't like the flight, then this is like captain Stevens. They always make Joe, oh, if you liked it, if you didn't, that's such a fuck south west southwest, MC soul, many jokes during their flights. Okay. Hold on a second. You're right. I have heard this one a lot which is like this is like, welcome aboard. This is the flight from Newark to look, you know, Logan airport. And if you are planning to go to x. city you are on the wrong flight or something you ever heard that or whatever. Okay. Now did you can Jak understand that joke? He made? I wrote it. So yes. What. We got more to. So we have, we have this essential. Did you how did you get it? Oh, I didn't get it one fucking bit. I actually didn't understand what fucking is talk. We did. He. That's a classic. We told the joke before we even set it up, but it was so difficult to understand and yet. So brilliant is is more. We have more bad jokes, I guess you'll have to wait. That about joke. I love that show. We knew we were having a comic on, so we decided to comic not even that was not on purpose. We're having Comecon and we were figured we'd right up some jokes for you see how you like this is amazing. Okay. Do you have any more? Yes. So. Oh, damn. Yeah. After seeing her out real natural after seeing her knockout in old lady on public transit, I think we can safely assume that big star on her chest is actually the world star, boom. Wow, wait, chill. Like that. One to inside the joke. Say one more time one more time. Okay. So damn. Yeah. After seeing her knockout the old lady on public transit, I think we can safely assume the big star on her chest is actually the world star. You're saying the big captain Marvel's chest. Yes, I would have. Make her name. So 'cause I got lost in the pronouns to do that. Remember for next time trill. I also thought you were making like some kind of weird star of David. Yeah, Jewish you. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. You know, this is the least controversial podcast you'll ever be so you because you said star on the chest and immediately that's what my head went. This is for captain Marvel's uniform. She doesn't have a giant star on her chest smart lettering, let everyone. Well, I feel like you may have more jokes in the next trailers we on for everyone. Captain marvel. I'm sorry to derail. No. Okay. This is this is derailed the podcast. So all right, girl in this guide is web, go ahead. I like no, I liked the captain marvel trailer. Okay. A lot of people on the internet did not like it. I liked it so I'm gonna defend that trailers. It was good. Also, my go-to. Southwest pilot joke would be, I land the plane and get on the intercom. Never done that before. Nice. I did not love the trailer. Oh, okay. I didn't love it and I'll tell you why? For a couple of reasons, the first is based on what I. I'm not familiar with captain marvel. I don't even know what her powers are. Really. I just remember at the end of ventures. He she was summoned. Yes, and she is, you know, it's we're meant to think that she's going to be the solution to this incredible Thanos problem as he just fucking marked half the marvel universe and seeing her in this trailer. I was like, that's what we're pinning our hopes and dreams on for the restoration of the world to bring back Spiderman. No, no way Jose. Yeah. Now, I actually don't think that you're going to be far off the general populations of it's a leap now, like it's a leap that they're going to be like, oh, there's one person that's going to save everyone. We'll say there's a lot of leaps there have to be taken. I think the avengers for as well is going to be like, I think the general population bought into Infinity where it was fairly simple, bad guy..

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"captain stevens" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"captain stevens" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Joy us let your hearing captain like Johnson, and if you didn't like the flight, then this is like captain Stevens. They always make Joe, oh, if you liked it, if you didn't, that's such a fuck south west southwest, MC soul, many jokes during their flights. Okay. Hold on a second. You're right. I have heard this one a lot which is like this is like, welcome aboard. This is the flight from Newark to look, you know, Logan airport. And if you are planning to go to x. city you are on the wrong flight or something you ever heard that or whatever. Okay. Now did you can Jak understand that joke? He made? I wrote it. So yes. What. We got more to. So we have, we have this essential. Did you how did you get it? Oh, I didn't get it one fucking bit. I actually didn't understand what fucking is talk. We did. He. That's a classic. We told the joke before we even set it up, but it was so difficult to understand and yet. So brilliant is is more. We have more bad jokes, I guess you'll have to wait. That about joke. I love that show. We knew we were having a comic on, so we decided to comic not even that was not on purpose. We're having Comecon and we were figured we'd right up some jokes for you see how you like this is amazing. Okay. Do you have any more? Yes. So. Oh, damn. Yeah. After seeing her out real natural after seeing her knockout in old lady on public transit, I think we can safely assume that big star on her chest is actually the world star, boom. Wow, wait, chill. Like that. One to inside the joke. Say one more time one more time. Okay. So damn. Yeah. After seeing her knockout the old lady on public transit, I think we can safely assume the big star on her chest is actually the world star. You're saying the big captain Marvel's chest. Yes, I would have. Make her name. So 'cause I got lost in the pronouns to do that. Remember for next time trill. I also thought you were making like some kind of weird star of David. Yeah, Jewish you. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. You know, this is the least controversial podcast you'll ever be so you because you said star on the chest and immediately that's what my head went. This is for captain Marvel's uniform. She doesn't have a giant star on her chest smart lettering, let everyone. Well, I feel like you may have more jokes in the next trailers we on for everyone. Captain marvel. I'm sorry to derail. No. Okay. This is this is derailed the podcast. So all right, girl in this guide is web, go ahead. I like no, I liked the captain marvel trailer. Okay. A lot of people on the internet did not like it. I liked it so I'm gonna defend that trailers. It was good. Also, my go-to. Southwest pilot joke would be, I land the plane and get on the intercom. Never done that before. Nice. I did not love the trailer. Oh, okay. I didn't love it and I'll tell you why? For a couple of reasons, the first is based on what I. I'm not familiar with captain marvel. I don't even know what her powers are. Really. I just remember at the end of ventures. He she was summoned. Yes, and she is, you know, it's we're meant to think that she's going to be the solution to this incredible Thanos problem as he just fucking marked half the marvel universe and seeing her in this trailer. I was like, that's what we're pinning our hopes and dreams on for the restoration of the world to bring back Spiderman. No, no way Jose. Yeah. Now, I actually don't think that you're going to be far off the general populations of it's a leap now, like it's a leap that they're going to be like, oh, there's one person that's going to save everyone. We'll say there's a lot of leaps there have to be taken. I think the avengers for as well is going to be like, I think the general population bought into Infinity where it was fairly simple, bad guy..

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