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"charles schwab" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

08:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Fans loved Phil and then. Fans who got to were fortunate enough to get to play in a pro-am with VJ would always walk around and go I. had no clue that VJ was so cool down. Earth Vj was a guy who would always help young golfers on the on the range and whatnot. You never saw Phil working with younger PGA tour. Pro Stabbed wasn't, but that's not his thing. Though you know, so, you know fill is Phil, has is a man of the people now. As the years have gone by, and the Tuesday games have gotten to be yet, people found out, and it's become more public and people have kind of Gone Hey. This net, it's like okay Phil now is is. has become a more popular with players than he was in peak fill times, but The Guy. Who never could get the world number one? But that's what we've talked about is why forget there was a number? Of. Weeks, he spent at world number two I mean it's obviously because he's not tiger woods era, so he is to Gulf what Patrick you Charles. Barkley our the NBA. They just weren't going to get there as long as Michael Jordan was around. But. It goes too that other layer of the conversation. That the evolution of Phil. Has Come. Full Circle I never. Ever ever ever been around pro athletes, my entire career because of what I do. I never thought. Athletes in the heat of competition for being who they are right. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I've been around Phil. A couple of times during tournaments where I've heard him. Get after. Marshall's in get after people around the tournament and do some things that the public i. Didn't get to see. But I never ever ever for once thought Phil was an act now it has a lot to do with the fact that you know. Arizona state in all of that and I know a lot of people around that program. They talk glowingly about the stuff fills done for the program the money that he intimidate put into it. There's not been put out there publicly, not and so I never once thought. Of, Phil as a quote, unquote, fraud bought I have seen the side of feral that other people have talked about where he can be not so nice, but again I don't fault any pro athlete of competition for being that way. Yeah and. Are. We judged on our worst moments. No No. Unless they happened on camera. Unless they have it on camera and it's it's then it's. You know, but then people will come out of the woodworks and say normally then people will come out of the woodworks and say well. That's normal behavior. You don't have that when it comes to Phil Mickelson like he is just and the funny thing to like I'm only you giving his social media stuff now? Is showing it also. This is the other part. People did not get to see the funny side. The really funny side of fill like they're getting to see with him now on social media like you think people who would be like you know it's. It's not really fill this. Yeah he was a smart Aleck and like this, but like the whole. If you really WANNA see fill the nutshell and how he can also. Take a joke. Go look at the second part of what he put out with Larry David. Where Larry? David makes fun of the fact that he pulled out of the US Open to go to his kids graduation, right? And Phil like took the hit and loves Larry David and. I'm telling. He showed me that he when he only put out. The first part of that fireside chat with Phil didn't put the other part out with Larry David he showed me that video and was like hey I'm gonNA. Say Semantic. This out and I was howling. Like and I'm going do why don't you put that out? And he was like man. I don't know people would take. Take it the wrong way and I was like dude. You gotta put that out. That is so funny and so good and I don't think anyone's going to take that the wrong way because you're not over. And he then did like a couple of days later. He put it out there and it was like it was it was. It was really good and funny, and it just shows. It shows a side of fill that that. All of us have is that there's no such thing as. You know there's only two sides to a person know. Everyone is complicated people everyone. You know has. Different sides of them at different times of day. Like you know, you could find the nicest most down to earth person in the whole world. WHO's never? Said anything bad or done anything bad, and you can catch him at the wrong moment, and you're just. You'RE GONNA beat. You're the person that walks away. Go at persons dirt wooded. What an answer! Right it could be the nicest person on the planet. Three seconds you your guard down, for whatever reason, but here's what fairlon will wrap up Phil's birthday conversation. I think what made him ultimately a man of the people. And I say this all the time when talking about it with people back in Arizona. Phil, Did things and does things on a golf course that we only. Think about. He was the master of the. There's no way that's possible and typically had to do with his short game, and so he was the guy that was doing shots that we would all want to try, and it's like Oh. My God he was a magician disagree. I'll say. He did the shots that we all would try is amateurs and we could never. Know you made a quad and he made an Eagle Birdie. Because we would, we would relate with phil if we were teen off on one and ended up in the fairway, and there was no money involved and find a way to make Lebron whereas we would find a way to a triple bogey, and between that in his love of football and betting. He he's always just been. To the public and really has in his career been one of the guys, and I can honestly say is still to this day. The only Professional Golfer who have I've ever seen. Get applause coming out of a porta-john they. They know they were just clapping. Koussa was Phil Phil. WHO's coming out of a porta-john. And I of course had a needle in a little bit and I was like. What you just said were they applaud and what you just accomplished. He's shut up. which again self, deprecating and fun and so yeah, it'd be half. Oh! Happy Birthday Happy, fiftieth, birthday, Phil Mickelson. Here's two. More years of competitive golf offer the great lefty. Okay, so he's captain of some teams man. That'll that'll be good. He is going to be cat the great captain of team. Yes, he will, he will be around the sport for a long time job all right, so we had a tournament Charles Schwab challenge at colonial. I have numerous thoughts on this..

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"charles schwab" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

05:38 min | 2 weeks ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Know, you hate to see. Authentically hate to see I. Think you hate to say what are these are authentic? Maybe it makes his the rest of the season a little more interesting but you really hate. You hate to see you. Do hate to see it all right. Who wants to start is with the rub of the green moment of the week. I'll start Herald Varner. That was my mind as well that Ten Yeah it's ten on Friday I. Hold the day on Friday. Yeah, did not get relief from. He was on top of the bridge over the hazard, but the bridge was in hazard. Did Not get relief did not get really triple and then I I actually goes. Into tour has to find out how there was a great natural. Follow up to that was like okay well. How'd you make triple though? I swear I. Dropped how how'd you get a trip rig losses pass out like need, so you've you've been a colonial. There's lots of the the low overhanging limbs on that right side, dumb that that stream that goes through their headed. Kinda, punch one through in there he had to then advance when up into the bunker, then he bladed one out of the bunker over the green chipped onto party side so. I mean that's the rub the green moment week for me as well. Let's say Bryson's flyer into eighteen or was it sixteen seventeen seventeen. Yeah, I mean. Green, sometimes, you just can't account for those can't account for gained thirty pounds of mass and and catching fire. I don't really have tip of the tongue, but I'll. I'll do to half ones if I can call more cows balance, he got to get into the fairway on the eighteenth on his tee shot a very positive rebel. The green Jordan, as noted by the broadcasters hit the flag on the ninth green today hit the pin and we didn't see that, but I just wanted to call that out there. It's tough break. That's rub of the green, but it brought further away from you know what I kind of glommed onto yours, but I'll give another one curtis today's. That's the rub of the Green. You know almost made a second as almost made a second, as which is also the green to get lipped out. Randy. I'm kind of scrambling I. of course you know. Herald his ball in up on the bridge is. Some of the most rub the green. You could ever have so you know I, think honestly. Just in general and canceling golf now we're back movie the Megara. Mackerel yeah I think for our first ever rub the green saying that I think we need to recognize a real and I asked. The question is Jim Nance calling out allstate instead of GEICO that qualify only nominated that myself. Is that qualify think what happens. They get their money back. Feel like I saw more geico commercials later on, and I guarantee you through one. Yeah, that was that was tough. If you didn't see that going to break, it's the Charles Schwab challenge is brought to you by allstate. GEICO. Agree Warren. Buffett's probably pissed. Meal Neil any. Question I have for you anything. Any big takeaways this week, not having grandstands, not having fans. Yeah, I think there was definitely some with agreeing that was. That we were not able to see from guys getting free drops off. You know like I, guess you know. Logistical fences, or who knows what, but It was cool to see some of these guys hitting. Figuring out what's behind the green that was that was fun to watch. That was excellent. I agree Gary. Woodland a forget which hold. That was some deep in the back nine. There airmailed one and and had a really tough on a lot of guys on nine. Brooks Joel Damon took an L. This week on out. What else you didn't let me finish I was GONNA say is. That was fun to watch. Those guys get up and down I'm not suggesting that we do away with grain and fans when there, but I'm just saying. He I o relief I. Don't believe in doing away with it. I believe in reform. Reform. That's my platform where the drop the free drop, a hundred and fifty yards away from the grandstands is absolute bullshit. There should be you either get to clubs, or you know you take a penalty, and you can go the rules. Officials should be more like judges where they come in, and they say like honestly I think you can probably hit this shot, yeah! Why don't you just go for it? So. Are you saying to defend hospitality? We can talk about travel. All Right? Are we ready final segment? Of the day the Sunday let's let's talk first. We have heritage this coming week. We touched on the Mike excited. For the boys of Heritage. In who are you guys excited to watch it heritage I mean Shit Rory Rahm. Not The cat, the cat. We'll watch. The bomber tried to get around this course right if they still have an advantage that they hit their irons longer than everybody else to. Let's see I was really hoping Tiger would commit and play. That's that's a shame but Glenn Days, but we do get Glen Day so I was Gonna say that's that's a good consolation prize Ni- anytime. You can get JT rory bryson ready to of course in Ricky Like harbour town. That's going to be a lot of fun I I. Think Honest Abe. It's a very very well for honesty. Well, you guys have trapped drop preview coming out. PRAC- Tuesday Wednesday yeah, hopefully Tuesday morning. Golf Jason, yeah! We got a lot of feedback I. Think we hit on too much golf in our. Four. Plex preview, so we're going to run it back. We're GONNA. Be Talking the heritage but Hilton head and. Everything. Island related in our trapped draw preview. Related, which if people don't know, that's the other noling podcast. The bespoke podcast are craft podcast. That's right Alex Norton in the.

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Colonial spectators in bushes and temporary tents off course

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Colonial spectators in bushes and temporary tents off course

"The PGA Tories back Xander sharply made a twelve foot birdie putt on the last hole for a sixty six in a one shot lead at the Charles Schwab challenge among those one shot behind where Jordan Spieth's Justin Thomas and reigning US open champ Gary woodland that sets up what should be a great Sunday at colonial with no spectators allowed on the course but there have been unofficial spectators watching sneaking their way in there weren't even tickets for colonial members but some of them had obstructed views from one of the three temporary party ten same grandstand set up in the yards of nearby homes the cheers from there could be heard at the far end of the

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"charles schwab" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Stations like the one I do afternoons for ninety three seven the fan in Pittsburgh I have the Charles Schwab challenge on in studio right now and I have watched this golf event the last three days white kids the U. S. open which speaks to my obsession with sports my addiction to sports my love of sports my need for sports I have in my entire life leading up to this week if you added up all the time I had watched in my entire life thirty three years whatever they call this event Byron Nelson dean and deluca invitational fort worth invitational this is by far the most I've ever watched of this golf event ever I'm totally into it now it helps that I bet on it it doesn't hurt unsuccessfully I may add but I'm big into it can you got some recognizable names the top leader board no tiger I don't like tiger's gonna play until Jack Nicholson's tournament which is the memorial in Ohio that's in the middle of July so we should get tiger back before the NHL the NBA and definitely Major League Baseball we're talking about this road block for the NBA which is now Tyree Irving pleading with players to sit out the Orlando returned to play season because of social justice reform that he thinks that's where NBA players that's what NBA player should be thinking about that's what they should be concentrating on that's what they should be focusing on right now not basketball I share some of my thoughts this afternoon with you and I'd love to hear yours eight five five two one two four two two seven if a player chooses to do that on his own more power to him but I don't believe at all I'll say that strongly I don't think at all that an entire league should shut down because of it I don't think players should have to sacrifice their career or livelihood or even put it on hold for because if they want to that's super that's powerful that's awesome if your view on humanity and equality is so great that it's all you care about or if it's what you care about most right now you want to focus on that be my guest who am I to judge you for that but I don't think that means the entire NBA work force should should boycott or strike or now declined an invitation to renew their season and if they make this decision the entire financial structure of the NBA is gonna get thrown all out of whack in it's going to cost a lot of basketball players black white doesn't matter billions of dollars down the road will that be worth it I don't think so I say you play your sport use your platform the way bubble Wallace the NASCAR driver used his platform the last two weeks that was awesome if NASCAR wasn't racing right now because they were fighting over money if NASCAR wasn't back out there I'm not sure the sport in.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

06:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"Move the right vibe in this this. So I I'm I'm grateful? The feeling very grateful to have something that starts to feel like normal back in our lives. 'cause they. You see what that was. Joe Halstead was trying to trap you into saying something stupid. You didn't fall for a very good. Very nice job. Harrier excited to absolute. This is going to listen God. Bless odd jerks, I do a lot of stuff for them, and they want me to do a lot of this nascar. I'm just I'm just in which is great, but I mean I had enough of the NASCAR right now I'm. Golf is my bread and butter bread house. You know that we we exchanged messages nonstop all the time. We've got great field here. Hundred Forty eight players, sixteen of the top twenty players in the world or here it's going to be fantastic I'm. I tend to disagree. I think bread and butter is your bread and butter, but we get Tadao. House. Yeah, Harry, gave you a couple up sticking some of these skins games we were on the losing end of was a few weeks ago, DJ and Rory Against Fowler and who was it Matt Wolf? For. Was He a professional golfer? was He just someone's friend? I don't even I don't even know that guy. He hasn't been a professional golfer for full counter year yet. It hasn't even months. Wow Okay but we had wolf and Fowler, because the line looked a little, fishy and the winning. The winning shot looked a little fishy to I know we discussed this a little bit, but. It was a pin high call that basically wanted for Orien- they didn't even measure and we am I even thinking about the right thing. I can't even remember now. My mind crazy thing we. Know! We didn't see anybody out there with a measuring tape. They eyeballed it and we you know. We took the eyeball loss as usual. Yeah all right well. We're GONNA. Make it back. I said Harry gave you lose a couple of weeks ago Ari. Charles Schwab challenge is on rubbing it in a little bit here. I know it's the first. Tournament back. Everyone's people jobless in poor, and we're starting it up with Chuck Schwab doesn't seem right look. Colonial is a historic I mean. They've been great tournaments here in the past and we've got the is here like I said sixteen the twenty best players in the world playing ear. rory is seven to one like you, said seven and a half to one sal house. I mean I roy's never played here before, so there's a lot of guys seven played here before. Because it's the first tournament back from Covid, I mean Rory. Always a big time driver just like Dj. How's he going to fare on a? Par Seventy and very short here. Yes, so we have the top five players in the world and the attributes of this particular. Venue really take driver out of the hands of guys in really diminish the advantage of length off the tee, which is fun. I think for for us as a first tournament back, and it is as Harry mentioned you know it has a storied history. They have this. Hogan's alley. You know the old Ben Hogan. He's he's one here. A whole bunch of times and it's tournament that's been around for you. Know decades and it's just a very nice coincidence that that it is the return of professional golf to venue that that does have history like this, and also has a kind of like requires the strategic way of going around the golf course that is kind of out of the usual ordinary bombed gouge thing we might have become accustomed to of watching. Guys just go out and hit driver three thirty and. And then you know alleged and you can't do that at this joint. You have to be strategic. There's a lot of dog legs. There's the rough is high there. Greens are bent grass, and they roll super fast, and you know they're. They're small green, so you have to have a quality short game yet to be able to shape the shot a little bit, so it really opens up the field, a Lotta short hitters win. If this place, we got people like Kevin Na last year. Jordan speeches one here. Zach Johnson has won A. Kevin Kisner is one here and then going back like ten years David. Toms none of those guys are big hitters, so that's kind of fun kind of a fun way to kick it off I. Think Yeah, for sure and you mentioned rory plus seven fifty. He's the leader right now in the club. Everyone's in the class I guess but Jon Rahm eleven to one. Justin Thomas Sixteen Web Twenty, two one Bryson. Day, Shambo twenty-five Patrick read. Twenty eight. Zander Shaath Twenty eight. Kepco thirty one now you mentioned. The bombers are not as at an exam advantage. Maybe that is. As much proof as you need. That kept his thirty two one, but does it also hurt a guy like rory? Who seems to disappoint me every single Sunday, whether or not? I don't know this is the thing like not only do we not know how to anticipate a player like rory playing venue like this. WHO The F. KNOWS! What Roy has been doing the last few months I mean. We know that that he played pretty pretty good at that event down. It's seminole. It was good to see him and he he hit the winning shot allegedly tape measure south, but allegedly. He looked bsn decent form, but not incredible form so. Again again Joe. This is also rory's first time playing here, too. You know so. That's really going to asking. So. You know the these guys are so good that he you figure. He's done a little bit of Legwork and he's going to figure out strategy, but you don't know whether or not his mindset is come in and burn the joint down, or whether you stone up like I, just WanNa. Get some Reps. I'm going to get my reps right now. It's it's hard to say. So I. Think what you're saying is because we don't. We don't know how these guys have practiced. We don't know how they've lived It might be better to a chance on on a long range shot. Joe. Jordan speech at forty, two one Q. Magin, those those odds, mccutcheon, forty, two, one, Tony Female, forty two one right in there. It's like I look at NBA what. Does. It shouldn't matter that. The Lakers maybe were in first place or that some a team one three in a row you know the the bucks were struggling a little whatever it's really a short season now. This is a short weekend off of what we don't know. What happened in the in the interim. Maybe take the jazz. Maybe I sound like Simmons Right now relating everything to the NBA, but you know what I'm saying here house. What do you think so grange guys? Your mid range guys also for me on taking guys that I know like this place that I. Know have played well here and guys that we've seen. Perform well here so okay, I?.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:59 min | 3 weeks ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Let's get to the Charles Schwab Challenge I. This feels like a major. Honestly it does. It's the fourth major. Explain that explain the mathematics that go into this. There's British open this year. Correct because they had pandemic insurance. Yeah, which is Sweet Wimbledon and planning ahead? So then all right? So that's that's. One of the four majors out five. There's no. John Deere, classic that's what I'm saying this year, so the fifth major is out to the five or GonNa be the third major. There was no players which you know. It's what you know masters. US, open Charles Schwab Challenge. He PGA. Yeah, what how I would do it, but it's wild at the PG. As the first major I hadn't fully thought it through tells working on some schedule stuff. Last night I was like Whoa. The first big major of the year is going to be the PGA Championship. Assuming everything goes off as plan I I just I'd given such pause to pro golf and I've. I've been very skeptical of it. Coming back that I just felt like when they released the schedule in mid April that this was optimistic, and now it kind of it kind of feels right. Keep moving the PGA up the calendar I think we've had such a big chunk of time with no majors that it was easy to get very cynical. We had a lot of a lot of filler. Events is what it felt like. Like and it feels we finally got a big one I was excited for the players to feel the same way that we can the players when it was like all right, let's quit messing around. Let's let's get back to some some real big boy golf here and and it feels like we got that this week. I will raise my hand and said I am the most casual golf in sitting here at the table and I. I am a so I woke up this morning. I was like man. I am excited to watch golf TC was. I want you active on on the social media? Getting word I'm man I'm going to get warm. I'm going to get all jacked up. I'm excited about this weekend. You could tell it's been a while since the Gulf has been on TV. And that we are excited, we've forgotten what watching pro golf on TV. Not even doing it. When you woke up yesterday morning. You're like man. This has the potential reviewed train records. That he said. Great Feeder Yeah, exactly. I forget I look at my exact words, but I basically said fantastic golf course favours many styles. Insane field, which will get into in a minute, the potential that it could be a complete trainwreck wreck TV that's always know, and the weirdness of no fans is going to be like it's going to be. Like any tournament we've ever watched. That it will be I I didn't fully understand a realized the dial back. The TV operations until I learned that Faldo is not even going to be on site here. They're going to be piping him in remote so Nancy. Palo Noises Nancy I. Think this was golf. Digest forget where I read this. But NANCE is going to be a tower on near ten, not necessarily even on eighteen I don't know exactly why and foul does not going to be there. I don't know how that works for skype connection if it's like, they should put Nance in the goodyear blimp. Just have them above the course. That would probably not be socially. T is right by the clubhouse. Yeah, right so he is going to be will be by the or by the Korean I don't know I. Don't remember exactly where he's GonNa. BE I. Don't know why that is. Close to eighteen green where it is. Yeah, maybe can see both the point is. It's GonNa, look a little different on TV this week. A little bit more more dial back. listen I'm in. Yeah I'm stupid reason of getting. Of the Dow, let's do it. They're going to be. Signing to help with Like bleacher, so that guys can hit it off the bleachers richer. Yeah, but our signs put some science to protect saying. You're still Charles Schwab sauce to get there. You know mean that's why they sponsor tournament to get their name out there right like all these sponsors. The bleachers are basically big billboards, so it'll be interesting to see if they just fence it in. For no reason, and if a player's leverage that and do they get temporary immovable object really think that's GonNa be fascinating. Turn for that is going to be Detroit, because those the grandstanding invitation. Yeah, exactly whereas I think this one is more is basically like slam ball. Those really tight. Bouncing balls off everywhere. I think that's what I'm most. Ever slave oh, yes. ACL's at those trampolines. Seven of the top ten excited. Let's do it twenty. One of the top thirty thirty seven of the top fifty there. There's no cat, but easily. The best feel that the Charles Schwab challenge is ever had, and this tournament goes back I. Mean I don't know how you measure that in like the the forties. Justin rated a very objective measurement. World rankings started in Nineteen eighty-six. They've never even had the top two in the field at the same time and this year. They have the top five. So that's that's what. I'd love to see like the cat. You play this event a few times. Once. He played once a member. It was cat, and then Sergio's Sergio won that year or playing well that year, but Sergio's hitting these look like he could barely get it over the front of the T..

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Dallas - PGA Tour ready for restart at Fort Worth

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Dallas - PGA Tour ready for restart at Fort Worth

"Golf is back this week as the PGA tour holds the Charles Schwab challenge in fort worth Texas the first tournament since mid March Sander shop please try to keep the normal routine you know when I first came back I just I played most of the courses in San Diego you want a lot of practice you can only play and I think that may have been a blessing in disguise so my first you know two weeks of golf coming back with zero practice and all the way I feel like beneficial for means of sitting around unable to play in sort of honestly you know turn pressure to complain capital on the call today

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McIlroy delivers winner as live golf returns to TV

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | Last month

McIlroy delivers winner as live golf returns to TV

"Up car racing up the only live sport today though not a PGA tour sanctioned event there was golf on television WWJ sports anchor Chris flaw was watching has this report a big step in the return of live PGA tour golf S. for pros raise more than three million dollars for covert nineteen relief at Seminole golf club in Florida worry McElroy winning one point one million of it on the closest to the pin tie breaker after eighteen holes he and Dustin Johnson bank over two million dollars while Rickie Fowler and Matt wolf earned over one point six other than the great because the event also an indication of how tour events can be held safely with social distancing designating bunker rakers and flag holders and other precautions the next tournament officially on the schedule is the Charles Schwab challenge in fort worth Texas on June eighth Detroit's rocket mortgage classic is set to be the fourth event back in the first week of July at Detroit golf

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PGA Tour plans testing and social distancing measures at Travelers Championship, other events upon its June return

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | Last month

PGA Tour plans testing and social distancing measures at Travelers Championship, other events upon its June return

"The PGA tour sent out safety guidelines for their tour events set to begin in June including the testing of players the tour is likely to administer just one covert nineteen test per person during a tournament week with pre screening and daily temperature checks also part of the procedure the tour schedule is set to begin June eleventh at the Charles Schwab challenge in fort worth

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From testing to prize money, the biggest takeaways from the PGA Tour's plans for a return

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:42 sec | Last month

From testing to prize money, the biggest takeaways from the PGA Tour's plans for a return

"Perry the PGA tour has outlined a health plan for its return that includes testing players for the coronavirus both at home and when they arrive at tournaments one cove it nineteen test per player during tournament week the tour's chief of operations says they won't play if it's not safe for everyone involved and if testing takes away from resources in the host city there will be no fans no programs a key personnel will have to answer health questionnaires now have their temperatures taken every day the tour says if a player tests positive he will have to withdraw the tour is set to begin June eleventh at the Charles Schwab challenge in fort worth

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Charles Schwab to allow purchase of fractional shares in S&P 500 companies

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Charles Schwab to allow purchase of fractional shares in S&P 500 companies

"Charles Schwab continues to shake up the brokerage business the San Francisco based firm says it's going to start allowing investing in fractional shares the move allowing investors to buy into companies with high stock valuations like Amazon and Google without having to buy a whole share Amazon shares are currently about twenty three hundred dollars Google above thirteen hundred Schwab stock slices will allow clients to own any S. and P. five hundred stock for as little as five dollars with investors able to buy a single stocks lace or up to ten different slices at once and without having to pay a commission as swab started the zero commission trend

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PGA tour announces mid-June return in Texas

WAOK On Air

02:57 min | 2 months ago

PGA tour announces mid-June return in Texas

"Golf as the PGA tour announced yesterday that it hopes to be back in action by June the PGA once the plate fourteen more vents are for the twenty nineteen to twenty twenty season starting with the Oct Charles Schwab classic at the colonial club in fort worth Texas on June eleventh through the fourteenth and end up with the tour championship at east lake in Atlanta September fourth through seven that will end and then we'll get the twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty one season started with the U. S. open the Ryder Cup and the masters who has a lot to squeeze in you know when you're talking about September fourth the seventh now we know the masters is set their target date as the same weekend as is Tennessee Georgia right early part of November okay obviously the U. S. open Ryder Cup that's all going to be figured out PGA championship that will happen before the R. tour championship at east lake so that's covered we know that the British open is canceled so they're not rescheduling that so really the idea would be you'll get a one major before the tour championship and then you'll start to pick up you know a couple of majors at the end of this year and then get back into a normal schedule where you'll play the masters in November you're playing again in April you'll play the U. S. open I don't know when I mean I don't I don't think they have any idea about when the U. S. open is trying to to get back on board let's say it's sometime in October maybe let's say let's just for crafting it'll say sometime in October that will push the U. S. open you know to what when they don't play that made it June or something like that may or what have you have you know that that that usually I you know they've they've convinced all these majors now because they try to squeeze a man to make sure that they're in a reasonable time frame with the PGA within the a tour championship at the end of the quarter quote season if you at least for the golf season for all of it so the and the pastor who is the PGA tour chief tournaments and come our competitions officer and senior vice president and chief of operations tattered dentist discuss the tourist plans for the rest of twenty twenty in a teleconference with the media yesterday so they would say with a hundred percent certain that there will resume less than two months from now but he said tour officials are quote unquote very confident that we'll be able to play that second week in June our first and foremost concern throughout the resumption of the PGA tour schedule will be the safety and well being of everyone connected to and not just the PGA tour but those communities where we play we will play only when we are certain that is safe responsible to do that we aren't these the same monitoring very closely all the developments at the local city state and federal level and given that we're a global organization with members all over the world will also play very close attention to what's happening outside the borders of the

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PGA Tour Announces Revised Schedule Beginning June 8th, With Events Closed To Fans

CBS Sports Radio

00:15 sec | 2 months ago

PGA Tour Announces Revised Schedule Beginning June 8th, With Events Closed To Fans

"The PGA tour returning in June with no fans the first event on the revamped schedule Charles Schwab challenge on June eleventh followed by the RBC heritage travelers championship the rocket mortgage classic no spectators to be allowed at any of

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PGA Tour to return in June with no fans at first four events

Ordway, Merloni and Fauria

00:09 sec | 2 months ago

PGA Tour to return in June with no fans at first four events

"The PGA tour announced the schedule for its events the first will begin June eleventh with Charles Schwab challenge in fort worth Texas in the first four events will not have fans in attendance

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PGA Tour hopes to resume in June at Colonial with no fans

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

PGA Tour hopes to resume in June at Colonial with no fans

"The PGA tour laid out an ambitious plan Thursday to resume its season the second week of June and keep fans away for at least a month conceding that any return to golf depends on whether it can be played safely amid the corona virus outbreak the Charles Schwab challenger colonial in fort worth Texas was pushed back to June eleventh through fourteenth assuming golf gets the green light from government and health officials the tour then would have an official tournament every week through December six except for a thanksgiving break offers the first port to announce plans for a restart last week the PJ announced that three majors including the masters in November would go off later in the year I'm Josh Rowntree

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PGA Tour hopes to resume in June at Colonial with no fans

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

PGA Tour hopes to resume in June at Colonial with no fans

"The PGA tour laid out an ambitious plan Thursday to resume its season the second week of June and keep fans away for at least a month conceding that any return to golf depends on whether it can be played safely amid the corona virus outbreak the Charles Schwab challenger colonial in fort worth Texas was pushed back to June eleventh through fourteenth assuming golf gets the green light from government and health officials the tour then would have an official tournament every week through December six except for a thanksgiving break offers the first port to announce plans for a restart last week the PJ announced that three majors including the masters in November would go off later in the year I'm Josh Rowntree

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PGA Tour Announces Revised Schedule Beginning June 8th, With Events Closed To Fans

The Jim Rome Show

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

PGA Tour Announces Revised Schedule Beginning June 8th, With Events Closed To Fans

"The PGA tour released a revised schedule this morning they hope to resume their season with the Charles Schwab challenging for words June eleven to fourteen they would then play every week into September at least the first four events which also includes stops in South Carolina Connecticut Michigan it would be played without

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PGA Tour plans to resume in June with no fans due to coronavirus outbreak

Midday News

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

PGA Tour plans to resume in June with no fans due to coronavirus outbreak

"Golf the PGA tour plans to restart the season in mid June with the Charles Schwab challenge in fort worth Texas the first of four bands that for now will be closed to fans that also includes the travelers in Cromwell Connecticut which is still scheduled for the last weekend in June tour commissioner Jay Monahan called the announcement another positive step but stressed that play will only resume if it's considered safe to do so by public health

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PGA Tour hopes to resume in June at Colonial with no fans due to coronavirus outbreak

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

PGA Tour hopes to resume in June at Colonial with no fans due to coronavirus outbreak

"Hour the PGA tour announcing it will resume its season June eighth with the Charles Schwab challenge of the colonial Country Club in fort worth Texas at this time the tour plans to resume play with the first four events close the general public and then we'll reevaluate again the PGA tour picking up with the June eighth event in fort

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PGA Tour plans to resume play in mid-June with no spectators

Steve Cochran

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

PGA Tour plans to resume play in mid-June with no spectators

"As expected the PGA tour announced today a date for play to resume the tour will pick up in mid June and fort worth with the Charles Schwab challenge other tournaments have been moved the first four events will be played without spectators they will monitor the situation

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Sports events around the world hit by coronavirus pandemic

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Sports events around the world hit by coronavirus pandemic

"The top medical expert on the White House coronavirus task force says it might be a big challenge for the world of sports to return to normal after the pandemic Dr Anthony Fauci the nation's top expert on infectious diseases said in an interview with Snapchat that the only way professional sports will happen this summer is by holding events without fans in attendance and by keeping players in hotels vality also said it will be necessary to have players tested every week major league baseball and its players have been considering plans that could allow them to start the season with no fans attending the PGA meanwhile is expected to announce in the coming days that it will resume the twenty twenty season with the Charles Schwab challenge in fort worth Texas on June

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Robinhood Financial's Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day

Business Wars Daily

03:25 min | 3 months ago

Robinhood Financial's Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day

"Shares of stock with Zero Commissions. Now until early this month robinhood had a good reputation. The APP HAS GROWN FAST. Just over a year ago had five million users today. The company says it has more than ten million. The privately held business was valued at about seven and a half billion dollars as of last summer when it raised funds according to CNBC but on March third robinhood went offline. For Seventeen hours the stock market was rallying from its previous day's disastrous decline robin hoods. Ten million customers were locked out on a day. When the market gained more than a trillion dollars in value at production time was the biggest day in the stock. Market's history according to CNN not surprisingly dismayed users. Some who reportedly lost thousands of dollars took to twitter. They howled with outrage and threatened to sue. Robinhood apologized saying the unprecedented activity had strained. Its infrastructure. Robin hoods terrible horrible. No good very bad day started turning into a very bad week. It suffered another outage the next day that Tuesday morning it went off line again. Robin Hood said that new outage lasted less than two hours. The company blamed it on what it called instability in the part of its infrastructure that allows the company systems to communicate with each other at the time. Robin Hood said it will consider compensating users. On a case by case basis it is giving premium members three months free of value of just fifteen dollars as the market volatility. Continued that week. Robin Hood appeared to stabilize until Monday. March tenth that morning the market decline was so steep that trading was halted for fifteen minutes once again. You guessed it. Robin Hood went down. The company tweeted about the problems. Just after ten o'clock in the morning and revive the system within about twenty minutes but it took most of the day to make it fully operational according to recode on the heels of its revolutionary free trade fractional model robinhood growth has been so fast that it's disrupted the industry in fact it spurred rivals like J. P. Morgan Charles Schwab e trade to offer free commissions as. We reported right here earlier. It appears that Robin Hood was servicing. Its whopping ten million users. Just fine before corona virus in the oil markets cost historic market volatility. This sudden exponential growth sign up and trading activity knocked the legs. Right out from under Robin Hood. It also slowed down fidelity according to the online site investor. Pedia some observers. In former Robin Hood customers are now recommending similar APPs like we bull and DDO investor pedia reported yes.

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Coronavirus recession is "likely," economist says

Bloomberg Law

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Coronavirus recession is "likely," economist says

"Stocks surged the most since October two thousand eight after president trump reassured investors his administration is taking measures to combat the coronavirus including stepping up testing and bolstering the oil market for the week however it was a losing week with the S. and P. five hundred index on the week plunging eight point eight percent as for the economic backdrop Jeff Kline top is chief global investment strategist at Charles Schwab we know what likely entering a global recession it's too early to tell the depth but the economy and the invulnerable to a shock after schooling last year we don't know what that shock is and if you're looking for past reference points for what has happened to markets Emily Rowland as co chief investment officer at John Hancock investments if you look at nineteen eighty seven which we would stay with yet another example of kind of a stock in a shock impact the market the market actually reclaim those prior highs in just under two years so we we would use that as an analog for what we're seeing today forecasters meanwhile see the American economy stumbling over the next three or so months and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice longest economic expansion on record is slammed into an unprecedented threat the global pandemic covert nineteen kana surveyed by Bloomberg project U. S. growth will stall in the upcoming second quarter eking out a point one percent gain and that may be generous as things evolve economists also pick the probability of a US recession at forty percent the police outlook since the financial crisis in March two thousand

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"charles schwab" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

10:56 min | 4 months ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"Nassir here mission dot Org and we are in Charles Schwab studio not our own which is Super Fun. He she has gone. It's gone gray. How are you? I'm just you know I am ready to talk. All Things Schwab all things digital and a bunch about your background. So let's get into it. I how did you get started in technology? Well you know funny. I actually started my career in financial services and that seems obvious because I'm Charles Schwab. I actually thought that the industry was horrible so I went to business school and I came out of business school and I went to a technology startup and that was my first taste of Actually I spent my summer at technology startup and then came out. India joined another one so I got the tech bug right out of business school in Flash forward to today what goes into being CD. Ocher SCHWAB WELL SO. It is a combination of a role. That's very technology driven but with a very business strategy kind of mindset so essentially the role that I'm in I'm responsible for Ensuring that our clients are served whether they're an individual investor or an advisor that uses our platforms through our digital channels seamlessly. And that means you know our mobile properties. Our web properties are trading. Business are Robo advice business. All of those things are all different channels through which our clients interact and so our teams work to improve those everyday. So do you have like folks internally that work on like building the product doting? It bill yet. Who MANAGES THOSE? How does that kind of go? In and around the the digital officer cannot landscape yes so So our team is predominantly composed of Product Managers User Experience User. Research Folks Strategy Folks We have a big data team The team works closely with our engineering team. to actually build and develop the experiences that we deliver for our clients so one of the things about Schwab and this is kind of was chuck's vision. Many many years ago is that we actually do a lot of our development ourselves so there are a lot of companies outsource lead their development. We have Over six hundred agile teams here at Schwab and so we have a very large development organization and so the product managers and You ex you are. All those folks helped lead those teams year. You know we talk a lot on the show about like who owns the customer experience you know and it's so interesting You know the rise of roles chief digital officer and things like that to figure out like how is data and forming what we do. How is this you know? Experience get improved get tweaked get worked on like what kind of your framework or philosophy around customer experience. Yeah I mean you know one of the things that what we found where Schwab one of the one of the things. That's I think really nice about the company that I as actually kept me at Schwab for so many years is that it's very client focused and a lot of companies. Say That but I I think chuck had a philosophy around client focus. That was quite different many years ago. And what that means. Is that when we're doing whether it's developing a new product or enhancing that we already have We do a lot of kind. We spent a lot of time on user. Research of ethnography is a lot of client. Journey mapping really the diagnostics to understand the client experience and I think we break it up into kind of the things that are around you know improving the baseline experience right. Simplicity intuitive experiences. Just trying to make it easy because investing is not easy necessarily And then there are things that we think are really value added where you know. Our goal is to be able to serve you. Know the mass affluent the average investor everyday person and help them get invested in. So how do we help provide guidance and help in a way? That's understandable and that's where I think some of those really Value added experiences. Like I think of our Schwab intelligent portfolios experiences are really about trying to take the everyday investor and give them that kind of helps to get them invested where it might have been daunting for them to shop and try to figure that all out on their own yet you know and I think with some of the cool tools that have been launched recently like the launch of intelligent income and things like that It kind of seems like the organization is really putting technology at the fingertips of Clients Psych How does that? How do those things? Kinda get you know story boarded. How do those things get? Worked on Are you trying to you? Know like Amazon's famous for the Trying to get everything to one. Click like other things like that that you use to try to figure out how to make a seamless client experience. Yeah I mean we do have some guiding principles like like things about ease and simplicity and you know intuitive removing the jargon I mean one of the things about Schwab we really focus on his. Try take all that investing jargon out of there and be very simple and basic about language to make it less intimidating and help a client feel confident But I think a lot of that gets figured out by the team in their in their Labs OR IN THEIR JOURNEY TEAM. So we do. We spent a lot of time. So for example our INNOVATIONLAB teams are teams of about twelve people. And they do weekly user testing on their concepts and they're really trying to focus on trying On making that experience as simple and streamlined and intuitive as possible for an investor and again the investors that we serve range spread the spectrum. So some are really sophisticated. Know exactly what they want but there are a lot of folks who want help and they don't know how to get it. You know another one of the things that I thought was so cool as the idea of of taking way fees. Can you talk through like from a digital experience with that was like yeah? Well when we make one of those decisions you know as a member of the executive committee we we. We had been thinking about that for quite a long time. And it's really part of our goal and has been for many years to try to democratize investing When something like that we decide to do it from a digital team perspective You can imagine that it becomes a very broad scale effort to actually implement so when you think about all of the very various trading systems the different web properties mobile properties both for our retail investors and our advisers There are changes that have to be implemented across and you can think about in the world of investing that means things that are easier like digital like or content right. That's easier but things that are also harder in terms of for example are back in trading systems are statements The CON firms. All of that has to change when you make a change like a pricing change. Yeah I am curious. How many different systems into you know years because out? Imagine there's just like a massive amount of digital. Yes your system. So it's like if you're making a change like that sound like you're making them on your. You have all sorts of partners. Ted Are GonNA ARE GONNA be hooked into. That's right and as I mentioned. We do a lot of development in house but we are also we try to be very disciplined about not assuming that we should do everything ourselves and we use a lot of great partners a lot of vendors for various parts of the the offering. So you know when it comes to something like You know the our provider that works on our statements. Well it's not just changing our system but also helped working with that provider to make sure that those changes get through They are so it is definitely an ecosystem and it's a you know something like zero commission change. That's an all hands on deck kind of Told experience especially when you're trying to keep it quiet Further marketplace and Nada and not leak the news before we make a change on. I think it's something that is obviously in a in a matriculate to every person that is a client obviously and everybody internal and in the organization and I'm curious like you know when you're looking at changes like that you know and you're you're everybody's kind of on this digital transformation journey or digital evolution and you're somewhere on that as well but I'm curious like when something like that comes and you have to make this sort of like okay. This is something we have to hit in a timely manner. You know and you can't stop. Yep stopped the journey right So how did you look at kind of implementing something of that scale? Those that important. Yeah I mean you can imagine not. Everyone's thrilled to drop what they're doing and say. Oh well let's move to this this priority. Now it's something this cool when we're leading the industry to something that is has been our mission. People get really excited about it. And I'm so proud of our team because when something like this comes down people just rally and and work collectively to figure it out And make sure it happens on time but it is you know it is kind of a very Requires a lot of program management to try to make sure that we get everything right and you know there's always something that gets missed and that you have to go back and fix and then I think it's kind of after you do it going back and picking up the work that you were doing before and making sure that that doesn't lose momentum either so you know when it's something like zero commission you can carve that out to a team and other pieces that you can come a carve out but it impacts a lot of folks a lot Across a lot of systems luckily not many of the things we do affect everybody so when we think about like Schwab intelligent income. You mention me something like that. We have teams that are have been focused on building out that offer for oh quite a while and when we go to launch at their lots of teams that are involved in that launch. But you're able to kind of categorize than carpet out a little bit not impact. All of the were going on across the portfolio. But it is you know. We have hundreds of initiatives going on at the same time so with to kind of balance that. How much do you work with helping choose and slight and implement internally for the employees issue? Yeah we We used to keep those internal platform separate from our client facing platforms actually so the digital team actually focused on the client facing channels and we had a different team that actually focused on the internal and one of the things. One of the big buzz words out there. The Omni Channel Experience Right But it really is. One of Schwab's key value propositions is that you shouldn't have to compromise between talking to a person who's an expert and being able to do things digitally when you want to and And we do both. We have great talented people. And we have this digital these great digital channels and so it felt really important over time to bring those capabilities in house And be thinking about. I think about the experience where financial consultant in the branch can turn the screen and be able to use SCHWAB DOT COM or shot. Mobile on the client's mobile APP to show them the.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on Snacks Daily

Snacks Daily

08:32 min | 7 months ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on Snacks Daily

"Or first-week Ebay just sold off stub hub for cool four. A billion dollars not a bad day got acquired by via Gogo. Nick not to be confused. With Lavar Longo Gogo wireless or Tra vago. We actually dug into this deeper via Gogo via travel. Speak means layover. I'm going to New York via Cleveland and Joe Means no laver like direct Iraq. Now we tend to use ticketmaster stub up here in the US. If you're in Europe you're going to buy the tickets to the A C Milan match. Probably over via Gogo. The one thing that unites them all is you're paying gigantic ticket delivery fees that they only tell you about right at the end when you finish paying. So it's going to be twelve dollars extra because I downloaded this. That makes absolutely absolutely not no. Why only via Gogo the company? That's acquiring stubhub from Ebay. It's co-founder also co-founded stub Bob. While he was in business school. No Joke Let. Let's get the step-up co-founder was the CO founder via Gogo makes no sense it kind of messes with your mind. Here's the shocking stat of this story. Though Ebay Ebay got a thirteen x return. That means it paid three hundred and ten million dollars back in two thousand seven to acquire stubhub and now it selling selling it for four billion thirteen times as much the sexiest part of Ebay. That was probably step up because the company only made up eleven percent of revenues. But it was stub which you probably hung out with with more than Ebay now. Let's give this some context. Ebay has fallen way behind in ECOMMERCE from like twenty five years ago when my mom was listing instead of a garage judge Dale and Ebay Sale. Now Jack and I have a board we need to have up at our at our snacks dudes here. It's the nonstop ECOMMERCE rankings of. What's going on in the land of ECOMMERCE Amerson? Here's who he's got on top right now number one. You've probably heard of its Amazon. Who has forty seven percent of America's e-commerce market? Then if you go down a little further to see who number two is you're going to have to drop really far because the number two is really far behind six point. One percent is number two in that's Ebay but but it's almost getting passed by Walmart and apple which are like really really close behind in ECOMMERCE ranking. Maybe now that Ebay has got rid of stub hub. It can focus on its core business e commerce commerce. So Jack what's the takeaway for buddies who just got four billion dollars in cash over it Ebay. ebay is basically dropping off stub hub at college shedding tears and saying goodbye. uh-huh step up was like living at home. Not doing that. Much kind of like asking mom to make it cereal every morning. Sales barely rose last year as it kind of did nothing whether it's and that is unacceptable acceptable because stubhub has a duopoly. There's only two companies in the online tickets world it's ticketmaster stubhub and yes khloe. stubhub sales barely rose from last year. That's not stub hub needed to be free needed to live life and needed to be independent. needs to figure itself out. We've seen before before that leading a young growing company go free can result in boosting sales and more profitability. Even if you look at ebays old companies great case as example here two thousand and two Ebay buys a little company called Pai Pao and then ends up spinning it off. In two thousand fifteen pay pal is a separate publicly traded company he now has tripled in size since that. SPINOFF in two thousand fifteen. It's gone from forty billion dollars to now worth one hundred twenty billion dollars since Ebay dropped off a college and but pay pal do its own thing. That's exactly what could happen with stubhub. Once it gets independent it can focus on itself focus on growth invest and blossom us us like you blossom by taking that creative nonfiction writing class. Sophomore year. That totally. Change Your Life. This is Jack. I own stock of Amazon Four. Our Second Story Charles. Schwab just acquired not D. Ameritrade for twenty six billion dollars. One of the most rumored deals I've ever experienced as a host of snacks. Daily turned out the rooms. True jacket reacting to sit down because this was giving straight up Lancaster vibes. The strategy of Charles Schwab was brilliant. And it's akin to game of thrones house. Lancaster this is a game of thrones owns. Kill seeing if there were going to be like a season twelve or whatever we were on at that point I lost track. This would be episode. One ending. Finale freaking out spoiler no dragons begins in this story but quick historic context Charles Schwab. Yes created the discount brokerage concept in one thousand nine hundred ninety five when the typical stock trade caused forty forty nine dollars. That's just the fee to buy or sell a stock now. There's like all this competition you got E. Trade you got td Ameritrade you've also got robinhood which disclosure owns owns this podcast snacks daily. Yes Robin Hood brought the First Zero Commission trade. We saw now when it comes to Schwab Charles Schwab noticed. There was an Achilles heel. Jio that all his rivals tended to have Josh Schwab's rivals were more dependent on trading revenue than Charles. Schwab was so over this last year. Charles Schwab trading commissions nations. Like the money it makes when you place a trade on Charles Schwab and have to pay them a commission that was seven percent of their business. That's IT for E. Trade. It was sixteen percent of their business a bigger bigger than Charles Schwab and for. Td Ameritrade it was like thirty two percent of their business so commissions were a big thing for td Ameritrade so then Charles Schwab sees that its competitors are more reliance on trade commissions than it is so it makes a pretty epic move it weakened. Everybody's like showing up some castle and game of thrones poisoning. Everyone drinks including your own. And then everyone takes a sip trusting you because you're drinking the wine to everybody drank a little bit of the poison. That Charles Schwab poured into everybody's glasses including Charles Schwab and it's a brilliant strategy. That poisoned wine was actually when Charles Schwab eliminated trading commissions agents and drop them to zero dollars itself. Charles Schwab finally matched Robin Hood and gave customers the opportunity to buy and sell stocks without paying any fee as a result its core arrivals E. Trade and TD Ameritrade. They had to drop their commissions two zero dollars to just a month ago. Now here's what happened. All of these retail retail brokerages are just losing one of their revenue sources so Charles Schwab stock fell fifteen percent but td Ameritrade stock fell double that because the hit was twice. He says painful all right so now Charles Schwab has got td ameritrade on its knees. It's incredibly weak. But it's so weak that even a weakened Charles Schwab could finally ended end it. And that's what Charles Schwab did yesterday it bent. Td Ameritrade over the executioner's block. It brought out a massive sword. Acquired it for for twenty six billion dollars so Charles Schwab gets his twelve million. Td Ameritrade customer accounts which are worth five billion dollars in annual revenue. And here's the the best part those annual revenues from the TD ameritrade counts. It's more than enough to compensate for the loss. Trading Commissions Cinta cut trading commissions two zero era as a result. Charles Schwab stock is now up eighteen percent since it actually cut commissions just a month ago. So Wall Street freaked out when Charles Schwab cut one of its revenue sources but now the stock is even Higher Wall Street is. We're turning this. Brilliant Lancaster Situation Forget consulting insulting firms on the board this entire time. So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies over Charles Schwab. There's only one word you need to know about this. Acquisition Acquisition Synergies Sanur. Geez it's a scary word was mentioned seven times in this press. Release about the whole deal in the press release. Charles Schwab bragged that they're going to eliminate nate overlapping in duplicate of roles at the two companies. That's what synergies basically due to some degree every acquisition has synergies and. This is why they're pretty important when you can do things better together and prophet more efficiently as one company instead of two synergies about making revenue or cutting costs like you don't need to accounting in departments you can have just one or you don't need to holiday parties you have just one either way you profit more together. It's a one. Plus one equals three situation situation for our third and final story. Uber just got punished for its misdeeds in London and now it's losing its license to operate in London again again. This is a big deal by the way because London is number four global market for Uber Three cities in front of London or New York. Yes Angela Angeles they area which not a city just an area well. That's why shares of Uber dropped six percent yesterday's because this is.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

"Steve Forbes in a moment You'll hear my conversation with the pomace discount brokerage firm Trail Blazer Charles Schwab a genuine pioneer but I as I look at the extinct that's Wednesday on Thursday we'll get a report on housing starts weekly insurance unemployment claims industrial capacity numbers all those kind of things but the headlines We know will be dominated by October fifteenth Tuesday Democrats are having a debate so no mystery just what the debates gonNA cover impeachment Ukraine and it'll be interesting what kind of question for Joe Biden Get Elizabeth Warren is now considered the front runner will she be attacked by her opponents will the questioners go after her now that she is on top of the stack will wait and see we'll get it soon enough then they'll be more on Turkey and its attack on the Kurds are one time allies who helped us defeat isis.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

05:53 min | 9 months ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"And today's volatile markets investors need resilient portfolios to help handle the pressure through decades of expansions and recessions and changing interest rates rates clients have turned to Pimco to help them stay on course no matter what course markets take Pimco active fixed income solutions that aim to give investors sisters an edge all investments contain risk and may lose value investing in the bond market is subject to risks consult your investment professional prior to making an investment decision Asian well. We've been talking about twenty. Nineteen is being the year where we'd get a lot of big high-profile Unicorn Unicorn. IPO's coming out of Silicon Valley and I think a little bit of a hindsight here. It's been kind of a mixed bag. We've had a mixed performance in real duds. You've actually had some deals pulled old most notably we work and endeavor was also pulled to get a sense of what's going on in the US IPO market we welcome Jackie Kelly Jackie's America's. IPO leader for Ernst and Young joins US here on Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio Jackie. Thanks so much for joining us again. We there's so much anticipation four. Some of these big high profile deals coming public uber lift and all those types of things. It's been kind of a mixed bag. What do you think the IPO market is telling us these days as well. The markets are actually the sentiments really positive behind the scenes. Let's just say that we have a few of the higher profile. IPO's that that have been working through some market issues and other things but really this is a long term game at the end of the day We're very excited that the pipeline is very robust and despite some of the turbulence in the markets the still have a number of companies lined up right now in the healthcare the sector that are looking to price over the next week or two and we have a number of companies also in technology and other sectors that are getting on file L. and interested in going public over the next. Let's say six months plus. How much disappointment are you hearing from your clients at this point and fear as they look at the pipeline getting ready and then they look at the work the Endeavour IPO's that were both pulled or iced. Are you having trouble convincing your clients snow. It's still good. It's very interesting so I think there's a lot of resilience to some of these. The turbulence in the markets markets and some of the pricings companies are really focused which is great on getting themselves ready. I think they recognize. This has been a few years now that we've been in this sort of market. We're things can shift on a dime with you. You can be thinking you're going to price in a great market and something changes and then the markets not great so companies are really focused on getting themselves ready the are focused on getting into the filing process which is now available as confidential for everyone so everybody can get into the confidential filing process. Get themselves themselves ready and be ready to take advantage of market window in that market window opens. What do you think some of the what do you think the market's been telling us with some of these high profile misfires. Sir Corporate culture becoming bigger part of kind of what investors are looking for. I'm thinking Uber. I'm thinking we work where there's definitely been some issues with some of the insiders or maybe the the corporate governance and things like that yeah as as we're working with companies today we focus on a number of things and it really is about getting the whole company ready to be a public company and critical part of that is governance and organization. There's the traditional sort of corporate governance a lot of us think about board governance etc but there's also just sort of the governance and oversight from the tone at the top of how you run your business and I think a lot of times you know. Companies are growing so quickly companies have to start putting in infrastructure policies a lot of things that very mature companies are already well familiar with but these are rapid growth companies going through that process as they continue to grow that really is it never never ends but governance is top of the agenda. I think all the companies are working on it. It is a process. It's not something you turn on overnight but they work on they. They all have goals of having that strong governance function in place so our own schmolly Bosick wrote a story about how a number of venture capitalists are getting together in Silicon Lookin valley and they do not invite Wall Street because they are displeased with Wall Street's role in some of the recent. IPO's do you think it's Wall Street's fault that we saw some less than optimal performances from some of the IPO's. I think that the performance is very complex. One one of the most important things as companies are looking to the public markets that they really need to get right is predictability in their business and being predictable. Business is a very challenging something to do for some of these high growth disruptive companies. I think what's been great is that many of these companies have been able to grow in the private markets and get funding in the private markets. We have robust private markets that allow them to extend and grow and scale without that ability but once you're in the public markets a lot of things visible and and so I don't know that ultimately companies own their decision on timing they they need to think seriously about am. I ready to be a public company. Am I running predictable business. Do I have that governance in the controls and those things in place that helped make sure that I can meet and beat expectations and things like that Jackie Kelly thank you so much for being with US Jacqui Americans. IPO America's IPO leader for Ernst and Young joining us here in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studios..

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"charles schwab" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Want to read you a tweet from President trump quote as I predicted Ajay Pal and the Federal Reserve have allowed the dollar to get so strong especially relative to all other currencies that are manufacturers are being negatively affected fed rate you too high. They are their own worst enemies. They don't have a clue pathetic exclamation point and quote so let's dig a little bit deeper with that as background. Tim Fury Chairman of the Manufacturing Business Survey for the Institute of Supply Management. He joins us on the phone from Florida so Tim quite manufacturing data for the month. September much much lower than people were looking for. What's your takeaway yeah hi yeah so it was a disappointment for sure and it's been driven by hi demand for the second straight month we had demand in a contraction mode and more importantly this month compared to last month. Is that the three sudden taxes that support at the number. We're all negative territory to which is of concern so let me let me just talk quickly about the new export or down to forty one. This is a pretty heavy contraction action. We've had to paramount's contract not to that level and about eighteen percent of manufacturing. GDP is exported so that out that new export order coming up. I don't I would would be very surprised if that new order number currently forty seven point three gets above fifty mar how much is the decline in exports due to the stronger dollar well. It's you know it's hard to tell I get comments about that. twenty eight percent of my comments or a tariff and trade related We're talking low single digits on the on the currency currency side so there's no doubt that for my supply manager perspective the trade issues are a much bigger concern than our currency so you can't really put it into the specifics on that so tim the we have you know. I guess my question. When do we have a trend here we had August at forty nine point one contraction and then coming in with this data at forty seven point eight even bigger contraction when from your perspective at the Institute for Supply Management you start sensing a trend and here well last month. I was asked several times about whether this was a blip and especially the kind of a fifty I I was hopeful at the month of September would have a decently strong new the order number which would allow production to expand again and get us back about fifty but I think you know given the the the week new order numbers about the same level as last month nothing worse. It's nothing better but you know. Supporting that is really the the backlog of order number forty five point one which declined again this month. I was hoping that would would jump back up so with the backlog week it means that you really don't have as much to work on next month as did the prior month very concerning and then you look at the inventory number forty seven give or take take it says its supply manager really watching their input materials so that they're not gonna get stuck with something that they don't need the two things that you look at it from a general manager standpoint point is. I must material you take and and number one number two is what's your head count and I think we're at that point where people are looking at that. Were when the planting thank season here for twenty twenty those plans get kinda consummated by the end of November and the Employment Council has really looked at closely here because there's no doubt we have the more production capacity that we need to meet the new order level within burning into the backlog now for four straight months at some point. You have to make a decision. Tim Thank you so much. chairman of the Manufacturing Business Survey Institute for Supply Management Joining us the phone from Florida.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

09:19 min | 1 year ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"President of the Charles Schwab foundation and senior vice president of Charles, Schwab and company. Carey it's great to have you with us. Thanks for having me wreck. You know? So it's obvious America's facing a significant retirement security challenge. You have been one of the proponents in the industry, helping to improve financial literacy retirement readiness for Americans, Charles Schwab. Of course, probably the best known name in the financial services industry. I've always aspired to have the kind of name recognition Charles Schwab has how did we get here? Kerry. How did we get to the situation where so many Americans are so unprepared for their financial future? How many different issues if you think about it? You know in our grandparents day, we all were getting pension, and and our players provided retirement. We didn't have to think about it at. All right. We just waited to are, you know, blurry data sixty five and we got our paycheck. But today we live in a world of doing it ourselves with 4._0._1._K. So not only do we have to individuals take it upon ourselves and have been putting money aside for retirement, but we also need to understand the technicalities of investing for a long long term. And we went to do this. If we're not really taught how to manage our money, you know, schools don't really teach personal finance to to children into teams. There's only seventeen states that that required some level financial literacy and into they're not getting a school. Parents aren't talking about it total. Taboo topic. And you know, employers are starting to talk about it a little bit more, which is a really good thing. But anyway, the bottom line, and you put this all together, and you can see like people are so ill prepared. You can't solve a problem that you don't know about obviously. So that's really the challenge. It begins with financial education, financial knowledge. What what would you say are some of the solutions that could enable us to overcome financial illiteracy? Well, you know, I have been served on president's advisory council and and have thought about this a lot. I think one of the easiest way if we could find a way to mandate financial education for high schoolers in schools or after school programs in early age. So this is right. You know when young people are starting out. It's you know, they have time on your side shave an infected in Laos money to grow, and it's painful as you would know about the whole on compound growth in starting early. The other thing is, you know, if I could be clean of the day, you know, the retirement clean, I would for retirement system and simplify it is just so overly complicated. You know, depending on who you are what your bathroom where you work your so many choices around a different kind of product vehicles to save with. And it's no wonder we all want to put our heads and compliance. Is extraordinarily challenging due to the complexity of laws. Hard-working well-meaning. Good intention Americans are struggling to know where can they save how much they allowed to contribute. What's the tax implication of doing? So what are the investment choices available? What are the distribution withdrawal options and the rules and restrictions associated with all of that? And then the employers discover that these are so complex that they are dissuaded from establishing plans because they cost a lot of time and money and a lot of liability if they get it wrong. So you're absolutely right at the system is simply too complicated. That prevents employers from talking about investigate, you know, more specifically, I mean, it's it's a little bit vague. But it scares employers inside you think there's an opportunity to change some of the language regulatory language that allows employers to bring in financial institutions and get more help. So so, you know, we're finding Rick for many employers more and more apt for financial wellness programs because what they are finding it is now a second employee base affecting the bottom line because they'll say that something like seventy percent of their employees are stressed out about money. They're more. They lacked productivity there's more absences. And and of course, this all rolled up to you know, to profit, and and so it's not only helping these individuals and being more engaging fleas, but it's also helping businesses and of course, part of that means we can't wait until someone enters the workforce. To begin teaching them about good money habits. It starts when they are. When kids are really young my wife, and I wrote a children's book for four to eight year olds that got released last year on that very same principle that the younger we reach them the better off everybody's going to be and you've been engaging in that. You've created an initiative called the Capitol Hill challenge talk about that. Yeah. We'll catch. We have several initiatives where we're trying to reach young people. The Capitol Hill challenge is a partnership with industry and market association had a very extensive investing course for schools public schools across America, and what they're trying to do is engage eight their members of congress within the school district to be sort of sponsor of the event in schools excited around financial education. And then, of course, it's a great way to educate congress people who don't realize, you know, the issue of of the lack of prepared for us now in another program that extremely proud of is our national partnership with the boys and Girls Club, which you know, goes cut is the largest youth agency in the United States serving four million children, primarily an underserved populations. An. After school program, and we did. Partner with them on a evidence base five module program. You know, learning about basics of budgeting and living within your means saving an investing in college planning, and and so forth. And I tell you what we have found with program after fifteen years in a million children going through it is that they're more likely to go to college and Stoller shit in grants and so forth to pay for college. We're seeing you know, when young people have financial education, you know, they have more opportunity. There's more potential for economic, mobility and financial security, and mobility is really the key enabling people to move into the middle class and not be excluded. Simply because of where they were born who they were born to their lot in life. That's the American dream that we all spy or two, and that we have to make sure is available to all Americans. And this all contributes to the overall theme of the coalition funding our future. Which Charles Schwab. And the Schwab foundation have joined and we're so grateful that you are supporting this in a very big way talk about why you decided to support the funding our future coalition Rick no brainer for us. You know, I look at you know, my dad, you know, the company built I remember being a kid. You know, I've been working for Schwab on an offense teenager when it first started with a total start up. And and my dad really wanted to take on Wall Street and the democratize saving and investing and make it work for everyday Americans. And that you know that purpose orientational never gone away for us. So, you know, it can we've been trying to do our part with our different don't, you know, with our client services, helping our client plan participating with two presidents on their counseled on financial capability. And then when you came to us and said, let's get a coalition and our whole industry in change the project. For retirement. And we were like, yeah. So, you know, my belief is none of us can do this alone. We really need to bring all sectors society together, and we've got to engage parents, which I'm glad you you and your wife wrote a book, but you know, let's get talking more about it gets let kids love to learn it out ninety let's debt for nonprofit involvement schools, you know, workforce, and and local and federal government, which I know you're trying to give. So we've got to all be in this together. That's carry Schwab. Pomeranz the chair and president of the Charles Schwab foundation and senior vice president of Charles Schwab and company, it's been great to talk with you. Carrie, thank you so much for joining us on the program today. Thank you so much for having me, Rick. I know you have a great following so excited to join you. It's this kind of information that we need to be paying a lot more attention to and thanks so much for helping us. Get the word out there. You can learn more at our website funding. Our future. Dot US. You can learn about all the organizations that are participating in our coalition. You can see how you can get involved as well. And look at the proposed solutions that the viper artisan policy center, and I and others have put forth to solve the situation for.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"Call so you would wanna put it there and then the other thirty three thousand thirty seven thousand over the next several years you just keep putting sixty five hundred of it in there and you'll have all that money in there and roughly five years time my right yeah five six years time and it will grow taxfree moving forward and you'll be able to distributed as you need taxfree for the benefit of your granddaughter in the future absolutely no tax on any of the earnings at all okay and i would like you to sit down with someone at the company charles schwab and get advice from a charles schwab investment person where you'll pay no commissions on doing the process that i talked about and remember you gotta do it before you file your return four last year and another thing you can do is you could talk was summoned by phone with vanguard but i think if you're investment knowledge isn't very strong go sit down with a charles schwab person and then you'll be able to do everything i'm talking about commission free and again i'm really sorry about the loss of your son a fresh new year's begun and if you're sitting goals for your business it's extremely difficult to reach them without the right people on your team and ziprecruiter's transformed how you go about finding them ziprecruiter post your job to over one hundred of the webs leading job boards would just one click then ziprecruiter actively looks for the most qualified candidates and invites them to apply the even review every application to identify the top candidates so you never miss a great match that's why ziprecruiter is different unlike other hiring sites ziprecruiter doesn't depend on the right candidates finding new.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on News 104.5 WOKV

News 104.5 WOKV

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on News 104.5 WOKV

"And finances as well but phone tap one is not nice what's actually bad okay uh we'll there were okay are you a gun attack me now uh but uh this larry that's right they larry 'have her mother missed nor money okay i heard the little kind of pitch jiang so i putt it could be something going on that's a good way to describe it could jiang sound in fact you're not seeing jinx out what's going on larry that what that's what you will not do doku jiang eight by okay so we get we're all limited time at this point clear i'm a very the i i've bucatini before about this in the dow is around twenty four i get and now it's up as you know and and i haven't done anything and i feel like i'm missing out at that time i was interested in the idea and kill him in fact i'll have to costa i i don't really manage the thing myself and so i wanna put it in i sort of a charles schwab or then uh and and uh and and at the like highest uh i yield fund that's that's available and at that time you say well in this is about two hundred and thirty thousand that you said it would be better for me to talk to um uh um and advised r a c only adviser because uh that's enough money that uh it just putting it into a mutual friend uh it it like middle there the question now is so i hit so there i am and i want and i i would like to just what do you think i should expect to pay for a fee only adviser and uh do if they're all possible that i'd be okay if i just went ahead we'll safer charles schwab and they'll as they already tried to very small amount of money like maybe less than a percent well you're the level of the level of any service that you get is gonna be based on how much you're paying so the more that you pay the more that they're gonna do the more financial planning they'll do in the more.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on Slate Money

"Thanks are too small man we're gonna have active like an antitrust the banks episode at some point one zero there are five bank which very big put that might have another 50000 which you just pointless that's the key in often undercapitalised we're going to get like one really angry letter from a community banker because you know we have at least one is a list an eye vegan community i used to be on the board of credit union which had twenty million dollars in assets i mean late much as i love credit unions and i would support everyone moving them money credit union this no way you can run a bank efficiently when it has twenty million dollars in assets just can't be done are at our at fine slate money is brought to you by charles schwab what is schwab's modern approach to investing its awardwinning full service and low costs it's transparency about how much you're paying in fees and commissions it's offering some of the lowest costs in the industry including 495 online equity trades backed by a satisfaction guarantee so if you're not satisfied for any reason though refund the fees and work with you to make things right that's why they call it the modern approach to investing so ask yourself are you getting low costs and awardwinning full service if not maybe it's time to call schwab charles schwab own your tomorrow visit schwab dot com slash money to learn about our low costs satisfaction guarantee and awardwinning service okay we're gonna have a rare and special vaporware vic moon i'm really happy about this all secular nation other if i'm gonna i'm gonna kick off with the sleep pitch.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"We we don't need it right now and we do have some other haven for american he and you know car repairs things like that so we actually don't need it so i think that money would be better invested may be conservatively but invested uh rather than looking at parking in a savings account if there's if there wasn't truly a need for it before your husband inherited it and there's not really a clearly defined need now for it being available as emergency money then if it's money this for who knows went in the future then i do think that should be invested instead of putting savings okay i'm where would we indepth and have that's a good question or i'll tell you a move that i would like for that charles schwab have you heard of them the discount broker they have a program called intelligent portfolios and it is an investment account where huge or pay it will you have to pay no fees for advice to pick the fund mmhmm and you just you just work out wish lobbying go to an office sit down with somebody and you tell him what level of risk you're comfortable with an all that and they come up with the intelligent portfolio which is a mix of investments which is right for the circumstance they keep a certain amount of the money in cash so that if a time did come that you need is some cash you could pull it out of the intelligent portfolio.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You we use charles schwab is the brokerage so you could take all of those say have four different qualified account iras four one cage you can roll them all into with no tax into one individual i 'area charles schwab okay now you know once had some charles schwab is the brokerage you know schwab fidelity ameritrade they're all the same they just hold the money it's really what you decide to invest inside there right so you know even even in the second meeting even before you come a clyde before you become a client we actually show you the investments that we would use for you if you decided to become a client okay so it's nice to see that then you know we we we have a big we we are a big believer in diversification joni not to have too much in any one position okay so we don't use individual stocks of individual bonds we'd like to use low glow cost exchangetraded funds index funds and some active managed funds and a very well do versa fight portfolio strategic allocation on the different types of asset categories whether it's you know largecaps us stocks mick cap smallcap international real estate and corporate bonds government bonds convertible bond so we'll have you know we might have twelve or fifteen different mutual funds in etf spot those cover all the acid categories basically in the whole globe guys with the international everything so then you can really set up the apoe up appropriate portfolio and it's much easier to manage by consolidating these multiple scattered accounts scotch while and again that's i think that the first step so the the luxury of sitting down with you is not just getting the information by having the assistance with organizing everything that you have that in a way as you're saying you start by listing it and the qualified account so in the.

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"charles schwab" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"charles schwab" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And it's a fall shoe melody uh in in the south i mean in in nashville you'd always drake but in christianity right and it's just a nasty talks lesser who here bless their heart that's it and they're harder to pick out out yet and that's the most dangerous kind of all we call that these skilful politician so they're not humble but they're they're ambitious they're hungry and they're smart enough to fake see i'd rather have some is not smart enough to fake it and you just see where they're coming trumpet when somebody can fake it in an interview or in meetings and you bring them on board than they create damage damaging you turnaround we realise has a pilot at bodies that behind them but you never sought coming so i that's why when he interview people men really make sure and do you do interviews with other people that work with them and ask them and make sure you really get a strong sense that there are other centered not selfcentred because at a selfcentred person knows how to hide it's gonna gonna rip jurgen isatu apart that they act all him we'll but how they treat the waiter at dinner it's interesting as so the the guy at charles schwab the see you at charles schwab has a way of intervening people he says he takes ted ted breakfast and then but he gets there early need tells the waiter to bring them the wrong order and then he wants to see how they're going to treat the person how they're going to deal with it uh an and another good way to do it is to talk to somebody after they leave an interview go asked the people at the front desk did he respect you are too cheap treat you well or did she blow you off because those are the the the they'll be all cool with you but they'll talk down to the receptionist exactly yeah and you see it all the time and if you know that go in and you save yourself hate denied a one of the things we teaches to interview people nontraditional he just don't bring him instead behind bind desk and i have a friend a woman who runs a small business and she interviewed somebody and she looked at a resume and said more she's perfect i we i gotta higher and i'm desperate.

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