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The Tom Dupree Show

07:59 min | 15 hrs ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Walking with the Tom Dupree show this wage. Joining us. We have a special guest our dear friends him who's a missionary all over the world. I'll let Tom do the rest of the intro. So without further Ado over to you Tom D. Host. Yeah. We're looking forward to talking with him. I do want to start. Well you turn that off pretty quick is that To bother me or something. I just want to get down to business. Okay. All right, we'll get out of business. I typically start with a psalm. And today is no different Psalm 25. Unto thee O Lord. Do I lift up my soul? Oh my God. I trust in thee. Let me not be ashamed. Let not mine enemies triumphing over me. Yeh let none that wait on the be ashamed let them be ashamed which transgressed without cause. Show me that weighs. Oh Lord. Teach me thy paths lead me in that truth. And teach me. For thou art the god of my salvation. On the do I wait all day? Remember, oh Lord, thy Tender Mercies and loving kindnesses for they have ever been of old. Remember not the sins of my youth nor my transgressions according to thy mercy remember thou me for that goodness sake oh Lord. Good and upright is the Lord there for Willie teach sinners in the way the meek. Will he guide in judgment and the meek? Will he teach his way off all the paths of the Lord are mercy and Truth unto such as keep his Covenant and his testimonies. For the namesake. Oh Lord hardened mine iniquity for it is great. What man is he that feareth the Lord shall he teach in the way that he shall choose? His soul shall dwell and he's in his seed shall inherit the earth. The secret of the Lord is with them that fear Him and He will show him his Covenant. Mine eyes are ever toward the Lord for he shall pluck my feet out of the net turn the unto me and have mercy upon me for I am desolate and afflicted. The Troubles of my heart are enlarged. Oh brings AO me out of my distresses. Look upon mine Affliction and my pain and forgive all my sins. Consider my enemies for they are many and they hate me with cruel hatred. Oh keep my soul and deliver me. Let me not be ashamed for I put my trust in thee but integrity and uprightness preserve me for I wait on thee redeem Israel. Oh God out of all his troubles that Psalm twenty-five. So I want to talk about our guests a little bit off Tim. He has a family I think he's got four or five children. He is pretty young for what he's doing which is very interesting. He is doing you might call it in a broad sense missionary work, but what he's really doing is dead empowering entrepreneurs and spreading the gospel in countries where business and Business School. Those are sorely needed and that's what's fascinating about his brand of mission work. It involves business and helping people to sustain themselves. So Tim welcome to the Tom Dupree show. Thanks for having me pleasure to be here. You know, I got to know you I don't know. It's been two or three years ago and I was struck by off your inventiveness and you know, just just things that you were talking about doing with the gospel and thought you know, I think it would be helpful for you to give a little background of how you and your wife and your family got sucked into the the mission field. Yeah, well, I'm happily married. My wife's name is Karen. We've been married for about almost twelve years and I have four children. We had him fast. We had four kids and three years if you can believe it we proved it could be down. So we had we had twins and from the beginning. I met my my wife and University and we she was studying boxing. I was studying business, but we both were really interested in using those skill set for missions were in to further the gospel just didn't quite Know how that would work and right out of college ended up taking a senior project and turned it into a start-up business over in Africa and very rapidly off starting to interact with lots of different groups from non-profit and humanitarian groups to church planting team to missionaries took the local entrepreneur and being very entrepreneurial myself. I was just helping people as best I could and really learning through failure. I think that's kind of the one of the the major kind of players and in our work is just always trying to fail forward and demystifying this idea of failure. I think that box, um, very important both in the business world. And in in Mission and Tom what I noticed really quickly was there were a lot of groups that were trying to help people and they hadn't really thought about what I call feedback. Maybe they just had an idea and we're helicoptering in and they were going to help a bunch of people and over time. I started seeing some common theme up up and so through that I just I got involved with a lot of these different. Groups and started helping them design and think just a little bit differently sort of okay expand on that a little bit long. Do you mean by helicoptering in and what do you mean by doing it differently? I think you know in the west and the USA we've got inherently we have a lot of really great things in our culture. We're very entrepreneurial. We have a bath dependents mindset. I get er done attitude and when you apply that to a developing Nation, usually what ends up happening is you have a lot of American groups come in with a plan and they just begin to execute the plan. And what happens is if you don't involve local context and local people from the start and really give them a seat at the table. Don't really let you drive. However fast you want to drive as long as there's money at the table whether you're actually getting anything done or not..

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The Tom Dupree Show

00:04 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dupree" discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Walking with the Tom Dupree show this wage. Joining us. We have a special guest our dear friends him who's a missionary all over the world. I'll let Tom do the rest of the intro. So without further Ado over to you Tom D. Host. Yeah. We're looking forward to talking with him. I do want to start. Well you turn that off pretty quick is that To bother me or something. I just want to get down to business. Okay. All right, we'll get out of business. I typically start with a psalm. And today is no different Psalm 25. Unto thee O Lord. Do I lift up my soul? Oh my God. I trust in thee. Let me not be ashamed. Let not mine enemies triumphing over me. Yeh let none that wait on the be ashamed let them be ashamed which transgressed without cause. Show me that weighs. Oh Lord. Teach me thy paths lead me in that truth. And teach me. For thou art the god of my salvation. On the do I wait all day? Remember, oh Lord, thy Tender Mercies and loving kindnesses for they have ever been of old. Remember not the sins of my youth nor my transgressions according to thy mercy remember thou me for that goodness sake oh Lord. Good and upright is the Lord there for Willie teach sinners in the way the meek. Will he guide in judgment and the meek? Will he teach his way off all the paths of the Lord are mercy and Truth unto such as keep his Covenant and his testimonies. For the namesake. Oh Lord hardened mine iniquity for it is great. What man is he that feareth the Lord shall he teach in the way that he shall choose? His soul shall dwell and he's in his seed shall inherit the earth. The secret of the Lord is with them that fear Him and He will show him his Covenant. Mine eyes are ever toward the Lord for he shall pluck my feet out of the net turn the unto me and have mercy upon me for I am desolate and afflicted. The Troubles of my heart are enlarged. Oh brings AO me out of my distresses. Look upon mine Affliction and my pain and forgive all my sins. Consider my enemies for they are many and they hate me with cruel hatred. Oh keep my soul and deliver me. Let me not be ashamed for I put my trust in thee but integrity and uprightness preserve me for I wait on thee redeem Israel. Oh God out of all his troubles that Psalm twenty-five. So I want to talk about our guests a little bit off Tim. He has a family I think he's got four or five children. He is pretty young for what he's doing which is very interesting. He is doing you might call it in a broad sense missionary work, but what he's really doing is dead empowering entrepreneurs and spreading the gospel in countries where business and Business School. Those are sorely needed and that's what's fascinating about his brand of mission work. It involves business and helping people to sustain themselves. So Tim welcome to the Tom Dupree show. Thanks for having me pleasure to be here. You know, I got to know you I don't know. It's been two or three years ago and I was struck by off your inventiveness and you know, just just things that you were talking about doing with the gospel and thought you know, I think it would be helpful for you to give a little background of how you and your wife and your family got sucked into the the mission field. Yeah, well, I'm happily married. My wife's name is Karen. We've been married for about almost twelve years and I have four children. We had him fast. We had four kids and three years if you can believe it we proved it could be down. So we had we had twins and from the beginning. I met my my wife and University and we she was studying boxing. I was studying business, but we both were really interested in using those skill set for missions were in to further the gospel just didn't quite Know how that would work and right out of college ended up taking a senior project and turned it into a start-up business over in Africa and very rapidly off starting to interact with lots of different groups from non-profit and humanitarian groups to church planting team to missionaries took the local entrepreneur and being very entrepreneurial myself. I was just helping people as best I could and really learning through failure. I think that's kind of the one of the the major kind of players and in our work is just always trying to fail forward and demystifying this idea of failure. I think that box, um, very important both in the business world. And in in Mission and Tom what I noticed really quickly was there were a lot of groups that were trying to help people and they hadn't really thought about what I call feedback. Maybe they just had an idea and we're helicoptering in and they were going to help a bunch of people and over time. I started seeing some common theme up up and so through that I just I got involved with a lot of these different. Groups and started helping them design and think just a little bit differently sort of okay expand on that a little bit long. Do you mean by helicoptering in and what do you mean by doing it differently? I think you know in the west and the USA we've got inherently we have a lot of really great things in our culture. We're very entrepreneurial. We have a bath dependents mindset. I get er done attitude and when you apply that to a developing Nation, usually what ends up happening is you have a lot of American groups come in with a plan and they just begin to execute the plan. And what happens is if you don't involve local context and local people from the start and really give them a seat at the table. Don't really let you drive. However fast you want to drive as long as there's money at the table whether you're actually getting anything done or not..

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

05:32 min | Last week

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Two weeks now. You're going to you know price probabilities well, you know there's a fifty percent chance this candidate wins or you know a sixty percent chance that the senate does this or or something like that same thing with stimulus. All the market is doing at this point and it's they opinions you're coming in on what the chances of stimulus and election results are. Once, you get more certainty around those things that's win fundamental step into play because I mean you look the stimulus this stimulus article is perfect because it talks about how? Earlier this week bank earnings came out and they were. Insane beats I mean that really really strong earnings from the bank. Yet they went down. Two and three percent a piece. Because They the news came out that yes. Stimulus ain't gonNA happen. Based on one days. Yes. Stimulus ain't gonNA happen. So then the banks go down. Right, though they crush their earnings. Their fundamentals are in a much better shape than originally anticipated right Now. So that's That's why when you look at historically why? Wa stocks have usually done. Well. After an election is just strictly because there's more certainty to pricings. Yeah and I wanted to what Dr says there will be winners and losers. So. Stocks or any Security Are always looking for. A pricing mechanism. something. You know to use pricing. One might argue. With the ten year treasury at under one percent. That PS. Can Be infinite in a sense because you know Becau-. Well because you. You gotta get it to where Not. Infinite. But. Could be higher higher because Warren Buffett always use the pricing model of. The ten year treasury plus x percent. In order to calculate what kind of internal rate of return he thought he could get on stocks. It actually doesn't bode well for. For future performance because. If With, an elevated price as is. You know it makes it. Hard to argue. For thanks to go. Higher. Right that's true and you know the end of the day I mean the market is forward-looking mechanism. So Lord interstates. You know should help when you're making your decision whether to buy stock or a bond. But as the market anticipating that interest rates are going to remain low forever. if that's the case and you could make an argument for higher and higher bees but. At some point, you know if interest rates do start going up what happens at that point? you know these valuations be justified at that point. That brings us to the end. Yet another show we appreciate you joining us. We've been listening to the Tom Depressed show with Dr smashed through Philip Sexton, and of course, Tom Dupree make sure and go to our website. If you'd like to find more of our podcast or you can find our podcast anywhere, you listen to your favorite podcast, we appreciate you listening. We're coming to you from the studios on Main Street. We'll be back next week tune back in.

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

07:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Is what's happening. I just went out for a test Jackie and all weekend the president positive for covid-19. The president will be required to continue to do his job and it's questioned as who was exposed is Newsradio. 630 wlap. Hi, this is Tom Dupree with Dupree Financial Group many people have 401k and 403b plans for their retirement Investments account in certain cases are firm can help participants in these plans manage their Investments. This can be helpful because those retirement plans often offer numerous different mutual funds as investment options. And unless the participant is an investment expert it can be quite confusing in this case. We put our investment expertise to work for you off. Disciplined for a free analysis of your retirement investment accounts call Dupree Financial Group at 859-233-0400. Also, be sure to listen Tom du preez show Saturdays from 7 to 9 a.m. At Newsradio 630 wlap or wlap, That's Dupree Financial Group at 859-233-0400. IHeartRadio is the number one choice for music radio and podcasts all in one no one makes it easier to hear everything you love in one free app. There are tons playlist to choose from the work-at-home playlist really helps me stay focused. It's kind of become part of my routine. We went on a road trip. We had a playlist for that. It doesn't even matter like how you doing. How are you feeling? Like there's a playlist for all that everything and one app. If you're not one of the tens of millions who have the app download iHeartRadio for free today and start listening iHeartRadio mountains come to life. Rivers and lakes welcome you back the open road called Kentucky is full of wondrous natural beauty exhilarating off Outdoor Adventures and Charming times even to those who call it home. Stay close and go and bog plan your getaway. I can talk to him. It was a time of optimism businesses were growing and the American dream was alive, but a help in economic crisis lay in wait, threatening our security and prosperity businesses struggle to survive and support their employees. The wait was on their shoulders Insperity was built four times like this. We've provided confidence amid, the chaos restoring the indomitable Spirit of the American entrepreneur together Rising above Insperity HR that makes a difference. Effort really start to this Saturday. We are looking at Great conditions for this afternoon and into the evening temperature is going to be climbing into the lower 60s plenty of sunshine with a few clouds mixed in then as we get that UK game day temperatures going to be falling into the 50s a bit of a chili second half for that game day. Otherwise dry conditions continued from the WKYT First Alert weather center. I'm divorced that emerged in broadcasting live 24/7 from the heart of Big Blue Nation. This is Newsradio 630 wlap you and I heart radio station. IHeartRadio new True Crime podcast paper ghosts investigates a decades-long search for for young girls who vanished from their neighboring New England hometown's dropped off the face of the Earth you tried anything to them about her they didn't like that recently uncovered evidence could change everything. I immediately just sat on the floor like somebody just punched me in the gut off. Listen and follow paper ghosts on the iHeartRadio app or wherever you listen to podcasts if you're curious about who may be out there, but don't want to jump into anything right away then take a fun steps. Just take a look. And our time. Our time is the number one dating site for singles over 50. It's easy to use and can help you find a partner to share in a new activity even wanting to try take a walk or just meet someone new check it out start for free today go to our time.com. That's our time.com start for free at our time.com. This is an important message for all current and former Boy Scouts. The Boy Scouts of America has declared bankruptcy. If you were sexually abused in scouting you could receive compensation, but you must file a claim by November 16-20 you may file a sexual abuse claim regardless of your current age where the year the sexual abuse occurred visit official BSA claims.com, or call one eight six six number. 7 to 7 to 1 paid for by the Boy Scouts of America we live in uncertain times is not uncommon for investors to be fearful about the equity markets and what they may or may not do at Dupree Financial Group. We are here to act as a sounding board for our clients and Prospects as they seek to develop understanding of how to proceed with their investment, since we are in uncharted waters. Our efforts are to educate God and Empower our clients despite the unique nature of today's investment climate. There are parallels with package markets that can be drawn. We can share some of these ideas with you for a free analysis of your retirement investment accounts called to pre-financial group at 85923 304 off and be sure to listen to the Tom Dupree show Saturdays from 7 to 9 a.m. At Newsradio 630 wlap. That's debris Financial Group at 859-233-0400. 630 wlap Welcome back to the table Capriccio for the second half of the our joining us a dark master in Mike Johnson and our host Tom Dupree powered by Dupree Financial Group over to you, Tom. So this is another song from who's next a seminal album by The Who Song? Certainly for me is a teenager. and you know anyway, let it play. So we've been going through this list of things not to do in a downturn. And one of the things that people do sometimes when they get discouraged is they abandoned their entrepreneurial dreams? And let me just say that. For some people that's kind of like dying. It's not a good thing. and I'll just give you a little personal experience in two thousand and two I was with a large brokerage firm off the market had been very bad for a couple of years. you know it was started with the downturn in 000 of the.

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

07:39 min | 2 weeks ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Is what's happening. I just went out for a test Jackie and all weekend the president positive for covid-19. The president will be required to continue to do his job and it's questioned as who was exposed is Newsradio. 630 wlap. Hi, this is Tom Dupree with Dupree Financial Group many people have 401k and 403b plans for their retirement Investments account in certain cases are firm can help participants in these plans manage their Investments. This can be helpful because those retirement plans often offer numerous different mutual funds as investment options. And unless the participant is an investment expert it can be quite confusing in this case. We put our investment expertise to work for you off. Disciplined for a free analysis of your retirement investment accounts call Dupree Financial Group at 859-233-0400. Also, be sure to listen Tom du preez show Saturdays from 7 to 9 a.m. At Newsradio 630 wlap or wlap, That's Dupree Financial Group at 859-233-0400. IHeartRadio is the number one choice for music radio and podcasts all in one no one makes it easier to hear everything you love in one free app. There are tons playlist to choose from the work-at-home playlist really helps me stay focused. It's kind of become part of my routine. We went on a road trip. We had a playlist for that. It doesn't even matter like how you doing. How are you feeling? Like there's a playlist for all that everything and one app. If you're not one of the tens of millions who have the app download iHeartRadio for free today and start listening iHeartRadio mountains come to life. Rivers and lakes welcome you back the open road called Kentucky is full of wondrous natural beauty exhilarating off Outdoor Adventures and Charming times even to those who call it home. Stay close and go and bog plan your getaway. I can talk to him. It was a time of optimism businesses were growing and the American dream was alive, but a help in economic crisis lay in wait, threatening our security and prosperity businesses struggle to survive and support their employees. The wait was on their shoulders Insperity was built four times like this. We've provided confidence amid, the chaos restoring the indomitable Spirit of the American entrepreneur together Rising above Insperity HR that makes a difference. Effort really start to this Saturday. We are looking at Great conditions for this afternoon and into the evening temperature is going to be climbing into the lower 60s plenty of sunshine with a few clouds mixed in then as we get that UK game day temperatures going to be falling into the 50s a bit of a chili second half for that game day. Otherwise dry conditions continued from the WKYT First Alert weather center. I'm divorced that emerged in broadcasting live 24/7 from the heart of Big Blue Nation. This is Newsradio 630 wlap you and I heart radio station. IHeartRadio new True Crime podcast paper ghosts investigates a decades-long search for for young girls who vanished from their neighboring New England hometown's dropped off the face of the Earth you tried anything to them about her they didn't like that recently uncovered evidence could change everything. I immediately just sat on the floor like somebody just punched me in the gut off. Listen and follow paper ghosts on the iHeartRadio app or wherever you listen to podcasts if you're curious about who may be out there, but don't want to jump into anything right away then take a fun steps. Just take a look. And our time. Our time is the number one dating site for singles over 50. It's easy to use and can help you find a partner to share in a new activity even wanting to try take a walk or just meet someone new check it out start for free today go to our time.com. That's our time.com start for free at our time.com. This is an important message for all current and former Boy Scouts. The Boy Scouts of America has declared bankruptcy. If you were sexually abused in scouting you could receive compensation, but you must file a claim by November 16-20 you may file a sexual abuse claim regardless of your current age where the year the sexual abuse occurred visit official BSA claims.com, or call one eight six six number. 7 to 7 to 1 paid for by the Boy Scouts of America we live in uncertain times is not uncommon for investors to be fearful about the equity markets and what they may or may not do at Dupree Financial Group. We are here to act as a sounding board for our clients and Prospects as they seek to develop understanding of how to proceed with their investment, since we are in uncharted waters. Our efforts are to educate God and Empower our clients despite the unique nature of today's investment climate. There are parallels with package markets that can be drawn. We can share some of these ideas with you for a free analysis of your retirement investment accounts called to pre-financial group at 85923 304 off and be sure to listen to the Tom Dupree show Saturdays from 7 to 9 a.m. At Newsradio 630 wlap. That's debris Financial Group at 859-233-0400. 630 wlap Welcome back to the table Capriccio for the second half of the our joining us a dark master in Mike Johnson and our host Tom Dupree powered by Dupree Financial Group over to you, Tom. So this is another song from who's next a seminal album by The Who Song? Certainly for me is a teenager. and you know anyway, let it play. So we've been going through this list of things not to do in a downturn. And one of the things that people do sometimes when they get discouraged is they abandoned their entrepreneurial dreams? And let me just say that. For some people that's kind of like dying. It's not a good thing. and I'll just give you a little personal experience in two thousand and two I was with a large brokerage firm off the market had been very bad for a couple of years. you know it was started with the downturn in 000 of the.

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

05:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"This is what's happening. I just went out for a test Jackie and all weekend the president positive for covid-19. The president will be required to continue to do his job in this question. Does who was opposed is Newsradio 630 wlap? Hi, this is Tom Dupree with Dupree Financial Group many people have 401k and 403b plans for their retirement. Investing account in certain cases are firm can help participants in these plans manage their Investments. This can be helpful because those retirement plans often offer numerous different mutual funds as investment options, and unless the participant is an investment expert. It can be quite confusing. In this case. We put our investment expertise to work for you. Ain't for a free analysis of your retirement investment accounts call Dupree Financial Group at 859-233-0400. Also, be sure to listen song. Tom de pre-show Saturdays from 7 to 9 a.m. At Newsradio 630 wlap or wlap, That's Dupree Financial Group at 859-283-0400. IHeartRadio is the number one choice for music radio and podcasts all in one no one makes it easier to hear everything you love in one free app. I got podcast my music and my radio stations all together. You can download podcasts right to your phone every time I finish a podcast there's this recommendation ready for me with another one. I love this app, cuz it's all in one place. If you're not one of the tens of millions who have the app download iHeartRadio for free today and start listening. I hungry. Iheartradio's new True Crime podcast paper ghosts investigates a decades-long search for for young girls who vanished from their neighboring New England Home towns off the face of the Earth. You tried to say anything to them about her. They didn't like us recently uncovered evidence could change everything immediately. It just sat on the floor like off. Somebody just punched me in the gut listen and follow paper goes on the iHeartRadio app or wherever you listen to podcasts if you're curious about who may be out there, but don't want to jump into anything right away then take a fun step and just take a look and our time. Our time is the number one dating site for singles over 50. It's easy to use and can help you find a partner to share in a new activity been wanting to try take a walk or just meet someone new check it out start for free today Go to ourtime.com. That's our time.com start for free at home. ourtime.com After a chilly start to this Saturday, we were looking at Great conditions for this afternoon and into the evening temperatures going to be climbing into the lower 60s plenty of sunshine with a few clouds mixed in then as we get off at UK game day temperature is going to be falling into the fifties a bit of a chili second half for that game day. Otherwise dry conditions continued from the WKYT First Alert weather center. I'm Jerome data burst in broadcasting live 24/7 from the heart of Big Blue Nation. This is used radio 630 wlap mean and I heart radio station from a thousand filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza who brought you Obama's America comes his most important film yet. Trump card America is at a Crossroads the Democratic party socialist. Agenda led by Joe Biden is threatening to take our freedoms away in trump card Dinesh dickstein to uncover why the threat of socialism is real. What's at stake if we let them win and how we wage David trump card only on demand starting October 9th rated PG-13 if you're curious about who may be out there, but don't want to jump into anything right away then take a fun step and just I'll take a look. And our time. Our time is the number one dating site for singles over 50. It's easy to use and can help you find a partner to share in a new activity even wanting to try take a walk or just meet someone new check it out start for free today go to our time.com. That's our time.com start for free at our time.com. This is an important for all current and former Boy Scouts. The Boy Scouts of America has declared bankruptcy. If you were sexually abused in scouting you could receive compensation, but you must file a claim by November 16th, 2012, or you may file a sexual abuse claim regardless of your current age or the year the sexual abuse occurred visit official BSA claims.com, or call one eight six six nine hundred dead. 2721 paid for by the Boy Scouts of America we live in uncertain times is not uncommon for investors to be fearful about the equity markets and wage. They may or may not do at Dupree Financial Group. We are here to act as a sounding board for our clients and Prospects as they seek to develop understanding of how to proceed with their Investments Thursday. We are in uncharted waters. Our efforts are to educate guide and Empower our clients despite the unique nature of today's investment climate. There are parallels with past markets that can be drawn. We can share some of these ideas with you for a free analysis of your retirement investment accounts called to pre-financial group at 859-233-0400 and not sure to listen to the Tom Dupree show Saturdays from 7 to 9 a.m. At Newsradio 630 wlap. That's debris Financial Group.

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

05:56 min | 2 weeks ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"This is what's happening. I just went out for a test Jackie and all weekend the president positive for covid-19. The president will be required to continue to do his job in this question. Does who was opposed is Newsradio 630 wlap? Hi, this is Tom Dupree with Dupree Financial Group many people have 401k and 403b plans for their retirement. Investing account in certain cases are firm can help participants in these plans manage their Investments. This can be helpful because those retirement plans often offer numerous different mutual funds as investment options, and unless the participant is an investment expert. It can be quite confusing. In this case. We put our investment expertise to work for you. Ain't for a free analysis of your retirement investment accounts call Dupree Financial Group at 859-233-0400. Also, be sure to listen song. Tom de pre-show Saturdays from 7 to 9 a.m. At Newsradio 630 wlap or wlap, That's Dupree Financial Group at 859-283-0400. 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Somebody just punched me in the gut listen and follow paper goes on the iHeartRadio app or wherever you listen to podcasts if you're curious about who may be out there, but don't want to jump into anything right away then take a fun step and just take a look and our time. Our time is the number one dating site for singles over 50. It's easy to use and can help you find a partner to share in a new activity been wanting to try take a walk or just meet someone new check it out start for free today Go to ourtime.com. That's our time.com start for free at home. ourtime.com After a chilly start to this Saturday, we were looking at Great conditions for this afternoon and into the evening temperatures going to be climbing into the lower 60s plenty of sunshine with a few clouds mixed in then as we get off at UK game day temperature is going to be falling into the fifties a bit of a chili second half for that game day. Otherwise dry conditions continued from the WKYT First Alert weather center. 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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

04:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"That you can contribute to while serving on the 7th circuit. She solid when she was going up for the court of appeals for the seventh circuit. This was in 2017 September of 2017. During the hearing Senator Feinstein questioned her about a law review article she wrote and ninety-eight with professor John Garvey. In which she argued that Catholic judges should in some cases recuse himself from death penalty cases due to their moral objections to the death penalty. The article concluded that the trial judge should recuse herself instead of entering the order. Asked to elaborate on the statements to discuss how you view the issue of Faith vs. Fulfilling responsibility. Of the judge today Barrett said that she had participated in many death penalty appeals while serving as a law clerk to Scalia adding that my personal Church affiliation or religious beliefs. Would not bear on the discharge of my duties as judge. It is never appropriate for a judge to impose that judges personal convictions, whether they arise from Faith or anywhere else. on the law Barrett emphasize that the article was written in her third year in law school and that she was very much the junior partner in our collaboration worried that Barrett would not uphold Roe v Wade had given her Catholic beliefs Feinstein followed Barrett responds by saying the dog mod lives loudly within you and that is a consumer now. the the problem always is going to be what one regards as natural law or higher law when interpreting these kind of cases off and it's one thing to say that my faith in my beliefs would have nothing to do with with how I would judge. But that's like saying my feet have nothing to do with how I walk. How you view? The world the lens through which you view it. Is always going to affect. How you make decisions? and your how your your worldview is informed? will affect how you vote? Why do you think we're having such a big struggle? During this presidential election many say it's a struggle between Good and Evil. and control of men's hearts and souls and Minds so there's no way to say My Views. Don't affect how I behave they definitely do. That is why President Trump. Has chosen her and it looks like she has a good chance of being confirmed. Well that brings us to the bottom of the hour as I mentioned earlier joining us for the second half of the hour is Bill Morgan the third he's a young male dog. Who's a young entrepreneur you want to stay tuned for that. You're listening to the Tom Dupree show Power by Dupree Financial Group will be back in just a few minutes. Stay tuned off.

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

08:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Who's going to Talk a little bit about the latest Supreme Court appointment in the second half of the hour. We're going to have Bill Morgan the third he's a young entrepreneur. You want to stay tuned for that? So without further Ado here is our host Tom Dupree. Good morning. I am going to read as his my typical habit from the Psalms. This is Psalm 21. By the way, there's a hundred and fifty Psalms. You should read them. They're good. They have almost every kind of emotion. That you can imagine that could be had by somebody who's a praying and turning his life towards God. So here's some 21 the king shall joy in thy strength. Oh Lord, and in thy salvation how greatly shall he rejoice? Now has given him his heart's desire and has not withholding the request of his lips. For thou prevent this to him with the blessings of goodness Now set us a crown of pure gold on his head. He asked life of the and thou gave us tit him even a length of days forever and ever. Is Glory is great in the Salvage salvation honor and Majesty has Dow laid upon him for thou has made him Most Blessed forever. Now, he's made him exceeding glad with. Countenance. For the king trusted in the Lord and through the mercy of the most high he shall not be moved. On hand shall find out all thine enemies. Right hand shall find out those that hate thee. Thou shalt make them as a fiery of an in the time of that anger the Lord shall swallow them up in his wrath and the fire shall devour them. Their fruit shall destroy from the earth and their seed from Among The Children of Men. for the intended evil against the the They imagined a mischievous device which they are not able to perform. Therefore shall make them turn their back when thou shalt make ready then arrows upon those strings against the face of them be though exalt Lord in that Own Strength. So will we sing and praise that power? Psalm 21 President Trump upon the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Who is on the Supreme Court? Who just passed away? At age 87 she was a liberal icon to say the least. Also a feminist icon. has nominated another woman younger not liberal Catholic Whose name is Amy Barrett? Now I want to talk a little bit about. Some things surrounding her nomination. Most of the commentators out there are liberal some highly liberal. Or as you might call it Progressive. and because Amy C. Barrett is not The same kind of or would not be the same kind of justice as Ruth Bader Ginsburg. people who typically applauded females Being elevated to positions of power. Are withholding their praise? And in many ways denigrating this Choice by President Trump and it has to do with the fact that Amy Barrett is not a liberal. She more and more these days liberal when you get down to the core of it off means atheist or it can it can Main. and I'm I'm not saying that there aren't Christians who are liberals, but at the really Bay score of liberalism one finds socialism and a belief in the state as the religion and those that are Christian and liberals tend to overlook. the power that Is given to the state under? Under under liberalism way socialism. Cuz this this be honest that's what they're shooting for. And I'm a socialist government is a Godless one and I would argue that we've already got that to some degree. to a large degree But Amy Barrett her life is informed by her Christian faith. And there's no way to say that it wouldn't be especially in cases that might come before her off and the court that she's on regarding the sanctity of human life. personal responsibility Certain inalienable rights that are granted to us by the Constitution First Amendment issues Second Amendment issues. and her view on life being Christian means that she believes in personal responsibility. And believes that people should be given the right to have personal responsibility. It will definitely affect. How she rules on things and the Liberals know this and are not happy about it..

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

06:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"The fact that it forced people to lose their health plan that they like at force people to lose the doctor that they like in fact of all the group of people that Obamacare Hurts the Most it was people with pre-existing conditions because for example many constituents of mine who had kids or had loved ones with pre-existing conditions, they lost their special effects. They had health care. They had a health plan. They lost that Health Plan and they were forced into the government exchange, which was a narrow Network that didn't have their choice of doctor and what good job Is Obamacare if it doesn't even give you access to the kind of doctor or the specialist doctor that you need to treat your pre-existing conditions so far from helping people from people with pre-existing conditions Obamacare hurt people with pre-existing conditions, and we tried to fix that and the bill that I and I voted multiple times to protect people with pre-existing condition regularly voted multiple times to guarantee coverage for people with pre-existing conditions. And in the legislation that I voted for the American the American Health Care Act was included in there a guaranteed-issue provision, and it it it's simply it mandated that if you had a pre-existing condition, you cannot be denied access to coverage that is a fact and whenever my opponent or any anybody in the media or any troll on social media says, otherwise, they're just they're either lying or they have a name. A sled and they don't know what the actual facts are. The facts are that I have voted repeatedly to protect people with pre-existing conditions. And I know personally how darn important it is with my sister has struggled with a pre-existing condition her whole life with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. It is personal to me. I would never vote for anything that would hurt people with pre-existing conditions. And of course with my wife as I as I say in my in my advertisement, she had a pre-existing condition called mitral valve prolapse. I know know more than most people how important it is to protect people with pristine condition. So it is offensive to me offensive that anyone would suggest or imply that not only do I not understand how important it is, but that I voted in some way to hurt people with pre-existing conditions. It's totally false. It is totally false. And and I'm very proud that I voted for the American Health Care Act, which would protect people with pre-existing. Yep. Is far better because not only would it guarantee coverage for people with pre-existing conditions? It would do so without increasing premiums or increase in cost. It was a very smart approach using box and invisible reinsurance to keep premiums down while at the same time protecting people with pre-existing conditions. It does so in ways that the Affordable Care Act doesn't and that's why it's a far better policy options for people with pre-existing conditions. And as I say in my TV ad I will never ever under any circumstances support my opponents plan which would put bureaucrats and politicians in charge of our Healthcare but bureaucrats in between people with pre-existing conditions and their doctors that is government-run health care, and that is a disaster for people with pre-existing conditions. The last thing anyone wants including my family is a politician to overrule a doctor who is trying to treat a patient with a pre-existing condition. We have seen that dead. And it is a disaster and I will I am proud of standing up for patients and families, especially patients with pre-existing conditions because they don't need bureaucrats to charge. They need their doctors and they're nurses and their hospitals in charge. Well and Andy, we're we're proud of so much of what you're doing and so much of what you have accomplished and we really hope that we love you buddy. We hope that the the voters will appreciate the same way and we'll get to the polls or get their ballots in and vote voting has never been more important than it is right now. You're exactly right and it's so important that people not be fooled. Don't be fooled by by you know, anybody who says that that we are not supporting that we being waged publicans are not supporting people with pre-existing conditions. We've done we've done more for for folks in the health-care area and the response to the pandemic than any socialist could ever and buy American-made products look on the back of boxes and and let's do away with China and do our part on that front to hey Andy. Thanks for joining us so much. We always loved having you and you're welcome. Anytime great to be with you all you're listening to the Tom Dupree show Power by to prove Financial Group will be back in just a few minutes with Team Dupree to talk about what's happened in the financial markets this week. Stay tuned. It's happening over there. Yep. In the Middle East happening right here on the police, and then I believe you must vote no matter where it happens. Your world happened showed exactly what happened to your listen and learn news radio 630 wlap. Hi, this is Tom Dupree with Dupree Financial Group many people have 401k and 403b plans for their retirement investment accounts off in certain cases are firm can help participants in these plans manage their Investments. This can be helpful because those retirement plans often offer numerous different mutual funds investment options, and unless the participant is an investment expert. It can be quite confusing. In this case. We put our investment expertise to work for you the participant off for free analysis of your retirement investment accounts call Dupree Financial Group at 859-233-0400. Also, be sure to listen to the Tom depreciate. Saturdays from 7 to 9 a.m. At Newsradio 630 wlap or wlap, That's Dupree Financial Group at 859-233-0500..

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

08:19 min | Last month

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"There's A. Book called. Popular Delusions and the madness of crowds right by I can't think of the guy's Machi-. Yeah. It talks about bubbles. And our friend. Jim Grant. Has described bubbles also. So which bubble is this when describing? Its its talking about the current move in tech stocks what we've seen really Since the Bottom that the stock market made in March since this all pandemic thing started, we had a huge drop in the market, but since March that have been quite a few texts talks. that have gone up multiple times. So stock like Tesla end up eight or nine times since March Apple big company doubled since March. There have been multiple smaller companies that have gone up five six times. Why you know the and they talk about this, there's A. There's A. Kind of a strange brew of. A lot of it had to do with people not working. Nothing to do sports to bet on, they were betting on the stock market. So I wonder how much In terms of buying. From individuals on Robin Hood. And I'd be interested in just that Apple Lone. Individuals buying stocks on Robin Hood how much that had to do with the rising Tesla just Robin Hood. It's I don't know how to quantify that to be honest There are websites published as one called Robin. Tack. I think that's what it's called. It publishes robinhood uses a buying I've looked at it during the last month or two when Testa has introduced shown up in the top. you know list I'm sure that has something to do with it but I think it also has to do this article talks about Softbank, you know buying jaw four billion dollars, worth of options And it doesn't just have to be Robin Hood. So there could be other young or are there other APPS competing with Robin? Hood that are. Kind of like Robin Hood. They're not like Robin Hood but a lot of brokerage companies and moved to zero daughter commissions nor trade fees. So they're also trying to compete against Robin Hood. So you know you're td Ameritrade and. A bunch of other companies where the commissions are quite low. where the barrier to buying the stock, it used to be back in the seventies I guess you probably spend fifty or one hundred dollars to buy a stock. You right today you pay nothing at the same time in other I look at it is that we are in a bull market that's touted Twelve, years ago most And As a bull market matures. You see more interest from retail investors. I. I don't think this phenomenon is is unique. It's unique from the point of view of you know commissions being low. But if you look back at the last major bull market in the late ninety s as got closer and closer to the peak, you saw tremendous retail interest So that aspect I think remains in previous bull markets you know back in. The seventies eighties, I was a lot of interest in Japanese stocks and then in the sixties and seventies ever that was interest words. Tech. Stocks in telecommunications stocks I think, and of course, the Great Depression. The. Story about how you know the shoe shine boy would tell you what stocks to buy So I think it's the same phenomenon this time around you know young robinhood investors but The idea is that as bull markets mature, you know we've had eleven years, twelve years of rising market. And as it gets. Closer to the peak, you're going to see more and more people interested in in this market. No one was interested in this market and no eight or nine. Oh yeah they were. They didn't WanNa hear about stocks I Our sons were at A. School. And I got a list of parents. And sent out a flier saying stocks are cheap. This was in. Oh nine or maybe early Oh ten. and. They complained. To. The school over it. I got a lot of pushback. Obviously no customers. But it was because. I think people hated stocks at the time. Right because back then the memory of the DOT com. Bubble was close you know it was pretty recent people had lost money in the housing Since then So. There was a period dislike there was in the early eighties when business had this famous headline death of equities where you know under the like stocks. But since then we had this massive bull market and something similar happened again after away or nine we've had you know when you look at what the market has done percentage wise since then it's been tremendous, it's gone up almost five and a half six times over a period of. you know eleven years. So that's a massive bull market and it's taken a lot of people by surprise because a lot of people in the earliest stages did not believe in this market. You know this is this was this has been one of the most hated markets because people always had a reason as to why the market was going to crash and Sherve you've seen major swings you know and. Here recently in February we saw quick thirty, five percent drop, which is a major swing. But unlike a real bear market, the despite the drop did not last immediately in a month's time you had major swing back So the are all signs that the bull the bigger bull market has continued and. Now you're starting to see retail interest, and of course, you could argue that the pandemic and The inability to go to casinos and bedrooms, sports and things like that has brought another section into the market. But even without that, you know you, you would see even in January February, before the market dropped, there were some signs of complacency. There are some stocks that going up without the backs. That is you Tom. And I it's kind of. To what you were saying though like this sports gambling all that stuff, the casinos. Storm, because. When you think of these big large cap companies you know These. Multi hundred, billion dollar companies and things. A lot of their stock ownership is institutional investors so. Really, you only have a very small percentage that is. Daily traded that won't, and you know we've talked about this with all its that marginal barrel or that marginal stock and what you're seeing is you know as more people get it get on Robin Hood. So this is where the Robin Hood factor really comes into play. You know as more and more people, open robinhood account and buy one share Tesla. It's that marginal share every single Tom and. When? When you're only trading three percent of the float or whatever that number may be you know it can move the stock from a liquidity standpoint. Beyond where it should be. And the opposite true as well..

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

05:28 min | Last month

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

08:41 min | 2 months ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"City. Welcome back to the Tom Decrease. Show. We're in the second half of the hour. Toss on on over time debris pray are host, and this is power by debris financial. Group. Okay we're GONNA stick with This theme. Value Stocks. Why do we do this? Well, this is how we invest. Article. From looks like. I think this is money watch also. Value Stocks which trade lowest to gross stock since two thousand and one look like a smart play. As the economy rebounds value stocks have started to perform better than gross stugz. Some investors argued this by Philip. Van Dorn. Some investors argue that Marx at trend. Growth stocks bringing mainly from the technology industry. Now have sky high valuations. After a robust rebound since the march lows, that's that's putting it mildly. Value Stocks. Are Getting a second look as beleaguered industries. Rise out of the doldrums brought about by the COVID. Nineteen recession. over the past week. This is through August eleventh. One Thousand Value Index has returned two point eight percent. While the Russell Growth Index was down one point four. Diana. Jaffe senior portfolio manager at TC. W. Group said. In an interview that valuations for value stocks as represented by the Russell One, thousand value index are the most attractive they have been relative to the Russell One thousand growth. Index. Since two, thousand and one. My. You. Know we put together these portfolios. For people talk a little bit about. You know some of what goes into that and not just the ETF. But yeah, what's in the ATF's right absolutely. So, when we're we're dealing with people's retirement money. The question is how much are you paying a what's evaluation for the companies that you're buying in the portfolio? So we look for areas that are undervalued that our values sectors Right. Now we've we've seen companies you know banks we read an interesting Article Philip shared at this morning how banks are reacting with this ninety or this forbearance program that the government's put in place. Long. Story. Short and explain what a forbearance programming on mortgages where they don't have to pay their mortgage payment for a certain period of time. Okay. Well, banks are able to use this to their advantage Long Story Short they can buy Jenny Maes at par when these things were trading at a premium prior. Yeah. It's a way that they can be very profitable to. Not Exploit a situation, but be profitable they see an opportunity. Banks have a lot of different ways of are you saying that the price of Jenny Maes has come down because? As of now, no. So what but they could because of essentially it's it's a call provision essentially what it is. Yeah. So basically what the bank, it's gotTa be ninety days of delinquent payment, and then they can go into the the mortgage backed security and actually pull the individual mortgage out swap it for Virginie's at par a-. Yeah and what they're able to do, it's giving them a put option. Basically and swap a call. I didn't know that a call option. So they know it's a put option because they're taking that bad mortgage and put it back and getting Ginnie Mae in return for it. It's the opposite it's a call so they're going out and buying it out of the NBA S at below value. So if you've got three and if you've got a three and a half percent NBS That's trading at one. Oh, four. Okay. For example, but there's a mortgage in there. That's delinquent one mortgage. Banking Cohen pull that out. At par at at one hundred and why would they want it delinquent mortgages on their books because there's I mean there's like eight percent of all mortgages out there that are. In this defer deferral program. If they become what's the word re reforming right? If they become re performing, they immediately reprised back to one. Oh, four of the bank picks up four points without even so it's not a riskless trade. Could could default fall. But It is likely that they would go back to the premium were. All that's just one example of one specific industry where we're seeing value. So you're you're able to buy the earnings of that company at very low price today. Yeah Insurance companies and insurance companies have issues you know with if their underwriting if there's issues there with interest rates there float portfolios not as attractive as it has been in the past but. If. You look valuations price to book values. It's it's a an area that's hated. So we're looking at I would argue like in the case of Berkshire. Hathaway. That they're floor slope portfolio is like a Dag. Weight Tattoo around their ankle I mean it's It's it's becoming like a black hole. It produces no income at all at this. If you'RE GONNA keep it in t-bills like what he's doing, right And maybe you know. Who knows what kind of opportunities they find they need to buy something they've been buying a lot of America you know apple you know ton of Apple Stock and that actually wasn't buffet. That was one of his lieutenants. But All these different areas. We're looking for something for our clients were trying not overpay for something a company with a more consistent type of business Preferably, they pay dividends because the dividends that's still a big portion of the portfolio. You know you have the income part and then you have hopefully the price appreciation part So it's a combination of all those things and we take all that into account when we're putting together. Right. I mean on on top of that to you know the You're talking about price appreciation. Now, I think one of the big things and this is what we're talking about in the first hour that you know we're very cognizant of is the opposite of that. The price depreciation right now and. You've seen kind of this this deal linking between the economy and the stock market, but the de-linking was caused by. Textile tech stocks. Now, the there's always a flip side to this, and this is what you know Adarsh was getting at in the first. The first segment is that you go back in history and you look like two thousand is a prime example of when this euphoria took about like all look at all these great tech stocks you know and and they keep going up and you know it's it's a game hopper tight at that point eventually. Some of you know Tesla I don't think going bankrupt Amazon's not going bankrupt. These companies now go bet you tesla goes bankrupt. Tesla goes bankrupt. I, don't think they have a sustainable long-term business. What's what's.

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Abide in Me (John 15:5)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:31 min | 2 months ago

Abide in Me (John 15:5)

"John Chapter Fifteen verse five. Jesus says I am the vine you are the branches whoever abides in me and I in him he is. Bears much fruit. For a part for me, you can do nothing. I distinctly remember when I first studied this passage as a teenager. I reading it, and I was reading somebody who'd written on it and they specifically point out I just I don't know why I distinctly remember this but they specifically pointed out that as a follower of Jesus my primary responsibility was not to bear fruit. I. Remember. Kind of being struck by that like I thought that's what I'm supposed to do. I. Want to do good things for Jesus WanNa, do this and that and have an impact for his glory but I remember learning this verse calls us not to bear. Fruit. But in this verse, Jesus Calls Us to do one primary thing to abide in him. I'm the vine he says, you're the branches whoever abides in me and I in him he it is de bears much fruit. In other words you abide in me and I will bear my fruit through you. You don't have to worry about fruit bearing if you are abiding. The problem is when you're not abiding. Part from me, you can do nothing. Oh. Let that Soak in nothing. You can't do anything apart from Jesus. So just think about your life. Think about all the ways maybe you do. You want to bear fruit I WANNA, bear fruit like WanNa be a good faithful. Loving husband I wanna be a good faithful. Loving Dad I wanna be a good faithful loving pastor I want to I want to do all kinds of things for the glory of Christ in the world but I can't do anything nothing Jesus said nothing apart from abiding me I can't read the husband. The Dad. The Pastor, the man got his called me to be. I can't do any of those things apart from abiding in him the primary responsibility in my life before loving my wife or my kids or leading in the church or anything. The primary responsibility in my life is abiding in Jesus and I just want to say to you based on this verse. The same exact thing your primary responsibility is not to bear fruit. Your primary responsibility today. Tomorrow the next day the next day. is to abide in Jesus. To. Love Him To love his word here his word tweet goes on talk about the next part of John Fifteen. Just abide in my word he says, pray according to my word seven here in John Fifteen is the verse from which. After which this podcast is named like pray the word if you abide in me and my words abide in, you ask whatever you wish will be done for you. The whole point of this podcast is to abide in God's word and Dupree according to God's word knowing that we ask according to his word we will have what we've asked so. God I I, pray for that right now in my own life and the lives of those who are listening, we prayed together help us. To. Abide in you. To remain in you to walk in intimacy with you through prayer. Through Meditation on Memorization of. Study. Listening to your word obeying your word. And God we pray that as we abide in you, we pray we ask that you would bear fruit through us that you would make us good faithful loving single brothers and sisters, husbands, wives, MOMS, DADS grandparents, Co workers, neighbors. Friends family members, God please help us to be good faithful loving and all these ways help us to lead people. Jesus. We pray their fruit of our lives would be people coming to know Jesus. God we confess we can do none of these things without you. Nothing we are totally. Incompetent people in every way, and so we pray help us to abide in you. You and us, and as we do, we ask you to bear fruit through us. That is far beyond anything we could ever do on our own. Jesus even as I pray this. I praise you. We praise you together for the privilege of abiding in you. There's nowhere else we want to be then remaining abiding in you. So help us to do that day after day after day to make this our primary focus in Jesus name we pray. Amen

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

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Court Unseals Documents in Ghislaine Maxwell Lawsuit

Bloomberg Law

05:44 min | 2 months ago

Court Unseals Documents in Ghislaine Maxwell Lawsuit

"Unsealed documents show that Jeffrey Epstein was offering advice. Take Elaine Maxwell as latest 2015 despite her lawyer statement that the quarters socialite had no contact with the disgraced financier in a decade. Maxwell's in a federal jail in Brooklyn after her arrest this month on charges of engaging with Epstein in a sex trafficking scheme, she's trying to stop the disclosure of documents that include her sworn testimony in a civil case. Joining me is Bloomberg legal reporter Patricia Hatano, who's been covering the Maxwell case that give us the background on these documents there? This is a prolonged involved. Story goes back here. There was a young woman named Virginia Robert to Frank's, and she says that when she was 16 years old, she encounters going Maxwell at Mar a Lago. Her dad works there, the maintenance man, he gets a job at the law. She's handing out pals and ah lovely woman. British woman comes up to her She's reading a book about massage and offered her a job working for this wealthy man who wants to go looking for a private, Mr She said. She was 16 years old at the time. So she goes to the mansion. If it turns out, she's introduced Jeffrey Epstein and he immediately and Maxwell, she alleges. Forced her to perform sex acts with the two of them program and she became a sex slave she and alleges that was in 1999 2000. So then she ends up. Trying to join a law with victims of Epstein after everything gets his secret plea deal, and she makes him comments about Maxwell publicly and Maxwell coming back and issued a press release in January 2015. She makes pigments and says that this woman is a liar. Would provoke a pram a defamation lawsuit. Dupree, Suze Maxwell for Defamation and Natural gave testimony under oath questioned about the sex trafficking. Judy was very, very aggressive. Her lawyers included David Boy and this guy Bradley, Edward and Pottenger in Florida, and they really went to question Maxwell at people that worked at the stain home in Palm Beach. All kind of allegation. Soju phase allege with force have sex that you have traffic in Spain. This man including alleged princes, possibly Prince Andrew. She named him and Maxwell denies it. So what happens is the stuff was all settled right? On the eve of trial, 2015 losses got settled right before trial, And then the documents were under field. So how did all those sealed documents get unsealed before Jeffrey Epstein's suicide? But after F being gets prosecuted, the Miami Herald goes to ask why this field And the Court of Appeals. Second Circuit Court of Appeals directed that the judge who had originally had the law didn't properly feel you shouldn't have properly field everything. It was improper to keep all the documents from the public. And so that's how we get to this point. The circuit orders last on the order all these documents and fields and all the documents start hitting the docket. And the next day, Jeffrey Epstein is found dead in his jail cell of an apparent suicide. So the document release was sent back to a new federal judge to preside over what properly on field in what should not be properly and field And you can imagine there's all these implications for other people whose names may can't come off other victims who allegedly were there when the trafficking occurred or were also traffic who may not want to have their names come out there like a Jane Doe Juan and a Jane Doe two and no Mortal, Jane Doe and also John Doe. So Judge Preska on July 23rd shelter hearing after you know, Matthew now been charged and says, Okay, let's go and have a hearing about what you get on field, So she ordered the first transfer documents to be unsealed last Thursday night, So that's how we get to the testimony. Maxwell with questioned under oath. The government used the testimony as a basis say stay. She lied and committed two counts of perjury for lying when she claimed she was never present. When Ft may have been sexually abusing, underage girl know, and she'd seen anything like it, she was not aware of that activity, illegal activity no more. President ever witnessing it so that testimony remains under seal because she went for an emergency motion and after the court of Appeals to again stop the release. Thursday night, the 30th so that was on 11th hour stock about part But the rest of the documents hit the docket starting at like 9 30 on Thursday night. How many documents are already out 2000 pages released in August. So that's when we started first seeing these allegations of possible you know Prince Andrew's involvement, some captains of industry more implicated some senators from former president their allegations that were flight records of people who were on the plane. Two F Things Iowan in the Virgin

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

08:20 min | 3 months ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Welcome to the top dupree show. Tom's flying solo today. Well. You Got Oh well. I'm with you, but you're. You'RE GONNA. Be Doing most talking like you always do. That's a good thing. I wanted to play this for the late. Great Charlie, Daniels. Turned up. Jacksonville. People down the door I was. In College. Dr When the southern rock. Phenomenon. The South primarily? Little School in Tennessee. Charlie Daniels. was. One of the leaders of it. Long with Leonard Skinner. Elvin Bishop. Sitting on a Bela high income. So. And what they don't say about Charlie Daniels. In the newspaper. We say didn't in the Nashville paper. About his tremendous Christian faith. which towards the end of his life? Was the the biggest thing going for him. All right. I'm going to read scripture here. This is from John Eight verse, starting at Verse Twenty One. Then Jesus again said under them I. Go my way. And you shall seek me, and shall and your sins whether I go, you cannot com. He's talking to the Pharisees here who are arguing with him and telling him that he is not who he says he is that they are the ones. That are the chosen people. The Jews Willie kill himself because he say whether I go, you cannot come, and he said to them you are from beneath I am from above you of this world I. Am not of this world. I said therefore under you. You shall die in your sins for if you believe not that I'm he. You shall die in your sins. Then, said they under that under him now. and Jesus Seth under them even the same that I said unto you from the beginning. I have many things to say and to judge of you. But. He the sent me is true and I speak to the world those things which I have heard of him. They understood not that he spoke to them of the father. Then Jesus said unto them. When! You have lifted up the son of man. Then show you know that I. AM HE BY LIFTING UP? He means on the Cross. And that I do nothing of myself, but as my father has taught me. I speak these things. And he that sent me is with me. The father has not left me alone. For I, do always those things that please him. As he space these words many believed on him. Then Jesus to those Jews, which believed on him. If you continue in my word. Then, are you my disciples indeed in other words? It's not enough just to believe on me. You have to follow me. And do my will. And you shall know the Truth and the truth shall make you free. They answered him. Abraham seed, and we're never in bondage to any man. How say how? You shall be made free. Jesus answered them. Verily, verily I say to you. Who So ever commit a sin. Is The Servant of Sin. I'm going to leave it at that. I have some stories. Today I. was just on. Gone for A little bit and Spent time. Praying and Reading Scripture and listening to. People that I think are good people to listen to on on Youtube lots of podcast day yeah. Exactly a lot of them. One of them is a guy named Eric Metaxas. Who is a Christian? Radio host. In. New York City. Spell that form M. E., T. A. X. A. S.. Aren't you glad I asked him spell it? Your see. and. One of the things that I listen to was his interview with the guy named. Jonathan Cahn. WHO IS Jonathan is pastor at a Messianic Jewish congregation in Wayne New Jersey. And has written Several books. And speaks regularly. who knows maybe we'll get him on this show at some point. But he he talks about biblical. Prophecy. And how IT IS COMING! alive today and the the things that we're seeing today. That are just amazing. And Jonathan. Is is going to have a thing in DC. Next year and no sorry this fall. September twenty sixth. called the the return and. It's GonNa. Be, dedicated to. Fasting and prayer. and. Bringing people into? Repentance. And Revival. So if you look at. What's going on in the world today? You have to conclude if you're a Christian. That, we're in a spiritual battle. For the soul of our nation. and. It, it's getting more intense every day. But those who are people of faith. have to. Kind of knuckle down. and. Get before the Lord and Trust. That That he's going to bring them through, and you have to trust God for everything. That's what I found. Is that it's? It isn't. A part time. endeavor. It's an. It's an all time endeavor. and. Just like Jesus was. Speaking to the Jews that didn't believe in him. He tells them in chapter. Forty four of John Eight. Your father is the devil..

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How Churches Are Reopening During Coronavirus

The Tom Dupree Show

03:00 min | 3 months ago

How Churches Are Reopening During Coronavirus

"More than seventy percent of church. I'm getting these stories from a thing called Christian headlines More than seventy percent of churches are meeting again and most practice social distancing. Most Protestant churches in the United States have returned to in person. Services. And most are also practicing social distancing by closing off certain seats to battle the coronavirus pandemic. According to a new life way research survey. More than seventy percent of Protestant churches met in person in July, a stark contrast to April when only ten percent met. The survey. Of. Protestant pastors shows seventy one percent of churches met July nineteenth seventy three percent. Met July Twelfth and seventy percent, July fifth. Meanwhile, churches are taking extra precautions to stop the spread of the virus for example, ninety four percent or providing hand, sanitizer, masks, or gloves to those needing it. Eighty six percent or conducting additional cleaning surfaces. Seventy six percent or closing seats to increase distance between people and to practice. Social distancing. Fifty nine percent recommend mast. Masks. About a third or requiring them. Although, most churches did not meet in May. A majority fifty five percent said they met the first weekend in June. Still, Twenty one percent of pastor say they have not met. Since the pandemic started. One, fifth of churches have offered drive in services during the pandemic, according to the study, resuming imperfect worship services has not been reverting to worship as usual. Says Scott McConnell Executive Director at lifeway research churches are making efforts to make the environment safe. But these efforts are often second gas by those who either want more precautions or less restrictions. Although most churches are meeting in person again only twenty nine percent or holding in Person Bible Studies. Only thirteen percent are holding children's activities. Maintaining social distance and necessary sanitation is very difficult with younger ages. To complicate things further saw the volunteers who normally work with kids and students are in high risk groups who are not ready to return anytime soon. That's pretty interesting.

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Get More Engagement and Grow Your Network on LinkedIn - Dale Dupree

Daily Sales Tips

07:05 min | 7 months ago

Get More Engagement and Grow Your Network on LinkedIn - Dale Dupree

"The last few weeks. I've been working on pulling together. Tips and advice on linked in from a few dozen of those in the sales ecosystem. Who are doing it. The best and driving the highest levels of engagement after DALE'S TIPS. I'll tell you about the Webinar and other assets that will be available starting April second. Here's Dale do pre the leader of the sales rebellion so these are linked and tips to get more engagement growing your network just being more visible inside of the former general met. My first step is going to hear profile right now at probably sucks and you just have to admit that to some capacity so whether it's the banner of the don't have or that you copy and pasted from the Internet. Really doesn't have anything to do with your business to the profile picture that was taken a decade ago and doesn't reflect what you even look like now to the headlines headline actually is one of the most important because in most headlines we either captured the attention of the person visiting our page or we just turn them off entirely so remember in your headline to speak to the people that are interested in learning more about you or just to get them interested in general instead of putting things up that you want them to read so for example put in something about how you sell this product and can make their life better message. May to learn more. Nobody is going to message you and the small amount of people that do message. You aren't enough to really build your link then on another level the kind of level that you're looking to grow it in the first place let's also look at your bio section as well to you right now. Your bio is probably sort of a timeline of your accomplishments and a bunch of stuff that most people just don't really care about. Maybe somebody is looking to hire you or a recruiter or CEO. That's trying to find some fresh blood for their office. But what about your buyer? What about your prospect? What about your clients? What about the people that you're trying to attract your tribe? Does anything your bio really speak to them. My suggestion would be to make your bio more of a story board at a time line of the things that you have accomplished and not just focusing on your accomplishments but something that captivates the reader and ignites the brain gets them thinking more about you and your personal brand. And not just the words that you're putting on page thing to do is make sure that you have a ton of key words throughout your profiles while to whether it's in your work experience whether it's in your bio whether it's in your headline in order to get the algorithm it linked and uses to pick up what it is that people are searching for when it comes to you and your expertise in the first place you'll get a couple of thousand or even ten thousand plus people searching for you in finding you through the search engine if you can do this right at some point it only bead in the in the double digits single digits. But eventually it'll it'll turn into the five digit marks and Sire. If you're doing this right. So just stay focused on the keyword side of it because the Lincoln Algorithm works a lot like Google's algorithm as well too so people are searching for recruiter or accountant or attorney having it in your profile a myriad of times in a relevant way will push you into the search engine. Second tip would be to throw gasoline on engagement yet. The best though is not just to God and create your own content. Good creating your own content. Just make sure that you're doing it in a consistent basis but if you suck at great content you just don't like to create content on how to create content on a daily basis or even a weekly basis or monthly basis. Just go into other people's content that it's a great strategy. I utilize alongside posting on a daily basis but I actually had into other people's content in comment a lot more than I'm posting because I only post once a day but I'm throwing dozens of comments out on a daily basis. The idea of doing this is that you can show people the fire that you have of the subjects of their speaking on always remain positive in these moments. Try to attract unnecessary drama. Make sure that you are trying to complement the author in the way that you are either constructively criticizing and giving a different opinion if you are or back the author APP and give a further look into the subjects through your mind and the big piece of the puzzle. Here is that you'll hit their first second and third degree in connections through this type of engagement. It's big it can end up getting your fouls on followers over the course of a few weeks. If you're doing it consistently doing the right places. Another good way to show up in the algorithm a lot. Easier when it comes to content and what people are searching and what people are saying in their feed is to also head into each individual requests that someone sends you and post inside of their content. So not just your existing connections but also the connections send you a friend request. Head into their content engage quickly in the the concept is most relevant to you and you will start to pull them into your algorithm as well as their audience into your algorithm as well this is about building a community internally on lengthen through this type of practice my third and final would be few things actually and. I'm going to run through quickly. These are the ways that I have transcended the norm instead of Lincoln and separated myself. The first would be that I said unedited. Video with intro. Music aesthetics the entire works or voice. Note or a gift to every single person that connects with me. That's within my target market or that sends me a massive after. I connect with them. If they're not necessarily my target market. I Post every single day on Lincoln and I create the content of the morning of or the night before but I never do any of it in advance. Because I find that sharing what's on my heart and the heat of the moment is much more influential to the reader ended articulates a lot better from me in my heart. I have a dozen influence pages that I follow the first person or at least try to be the first person to comment soon as they post. What I'm doing here is attracting. They're following over to my page in my contents while to I always post texts heavy content. I don't use a lot of video. I don't use a lot of link sharing I don't share content outside of linked into my feet. Either this pushes you into the Algorithm. A Lot. Better with a lot more consistency. I use one unique. Hashtag one popular Hashtag and one kind of middle of the Road Hashtag and I did not use more than three in the concept behind this is that I- trend in two of them and the unique Hashtag. I build myself so as people start to follow that Hashtag. I have a very unique and loyal following as well too.

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

11:49 min | 9 months ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Tom to pre show. Philip you have article in here call on how to become a financial adviser in some ways being a financial adviser is like being a therapist. You share in your clients. Biggest life events like having in a baby retiring and handling inheritance and are often tasked with helping them address their fears like recessions or running out of money. You know. That's that's what you've been talking about here is Four one K.. Versus IRA non advised versus advised that kind of thing and I just got talk a little bit about well. Some of the requirements of being a financial adviser. I've got about two things finish on his 401k over because I I won't make sure are educated. Our our listeners are educated. That's good You know I was talking about. You're on the phone sometimes. They have paperwork the work that they require. Yeah they mail it to you so you may have that step The the next thing that you have to be very cognizant of is is is part of it in a Roth Roth 401k. So if so then you have to have a second account a Roth a roth. IRA right off. 401K Roth IRA because you never WANNA put money in a roth into a traditional. Because I just gonNA screw you all up. You'RE GONNA end up paying double taxes on K.. Explain what Ralph our Ari. The difference between a Roth and traditional is a roth goes in after tax and grows tax free a traditional is before tax and goes tax deferred. So when you take money out of a roth there's no tax consequences. Yeah pure when you take money out of our tradition it is it is tax free that is pure retirement yields. Good exactly now. Now there's also the ability to roll over a 401k to a roth. Ira It's a conversion. Yep explain that you pay taxes X.'s on what you're rolling from a traditional planet original 401k to a Roth IRA right now you have to pay it all in one lump SOM- Yes you pay it out of other sources to you cannot have it with hailed from the rollover money you have to have outside sources of of money to pay this When this would be a good time to do something like that would be? Maybe let's say you're fifty nine and a half and you're going to work until you're seventy and the market is down markets down thirty percent or something like dat now. That would be a good time to do. It lowers your tax consequences than when things start to move back in the positive direction while you're taking tax free growth. That point right walk walk the listeners. Through how they would do that though do they. Do they have to I mean let's say it's four hundred thousand dollars. Our she wants to move to a roth. That's pretty significant tax. Bill do but you want it to wear. The market's down to where maybe it's only two hundred thousand okay and then when you're you're only paying tax because because the market has pushed the value of it down so you're paying tax on a lower number got it when you roll it over over you WanNa have outside sources savings to to be able to pay them. We haven't had. Market's doing that lightly now. A good time to do like that right up the other way that the other the other thing that you would need not just the down market necessarily the other thing you may need to is time Out You know because you you don't WanNA H- you don't want to do this. Conversion at fifty nine and a half and turn around and retire at sixty two because then you you use crushed your assets paying taxes. What you did Now I think this is you. You really need lead. You need to have additional resources available to pay the tax. That would be the true thing to do. Yeah Yeah and that goes down to the last question question on the WHO. What when where? Why wear to do this? So the best place to do this because obviously we're we're we're talking about. What is somebody that can educate you us a depre- on someone that can walk you through the steps what the consequences of of certain actions will be and can hold you know hold you accountable on it and make sure that things are done properly so you need to find some you need to find an advisor adviser that you trust you? We were talking about doctors. Having a second or third opinion. You know you find a doctor that you trust. If you build a relationship with a doctor trust this guy. I trust what he's done his credentials. And that's that's that's how you make a decision Same principle with as a financial adviser you know. It's it's all a matter of building a relationship based on trust and the reason that the trust is there is that they've done their best to educate and guide you through decision making process. Got a really important question that we haven't talked about that. I think many people people will ask and that is what are the fees involved in all of this that we're talking about so from a a FI perspective on moving it out of a 401k. The really shouldn't be any fee every so often a four one K.. Provider her may charge a liquidation. Fear or something like that very small They offer you the I we can expedite the check it to you. But it'll cost you another fifty bucks or something like that. You know all those little nickel dahmer fees but if you just do a base basic 401k rollover over don't don't expedite it 'cause you don't need to expedite. It don't don't do anything like that shouldn't be any fees there now when you pick an advisor to manage the money there is a so as to prevent Andrew Group we charge a percentage of the assets under management management we we charge on a quarterly basis. A fourth of our annual fee comes out each quarter We always bill a quarter in advance because if at any point during a quarter a client left us their pro rated back to the day the unused portion of their management fee. You know it's it's a lot easier to to to do it that way it's simple it's clean. Transparent some people charge you commissions based on on what they what they buy Some people. Let's say you're rolling it over and you're buying an annuity You know that's that's that's a big. I mean by just pay the taxes on at that point. You know because you're gonNA pay a six percent commission seven percent commission right Alfred right off the top and you're going to stunt your growth ellen question about when it's in the 401k plan or the the fees paid on that money by the employer to say a fidelity so the plan itself yes so the plant itself could cost you know four or five ten thousand. How big the plane is I mean? It could cost several thousand dollars to to have to run the plan to to have all the documentation done properly to have everything a third party administrator. Run it I'm Ed is paid by the the company that has the sponsor has the employer the employer so like Toyota or IBM or somebody like that. They're paying that. And that's a big one-size-fits-all huge umbrella with pooled money. uh-huh yeah and then the mutual funds that the plan a lot each one of those we'll have a management fee the associated with them so the fees to be in the 401K. There are fees. It's important you understand that right. I mean listen. Let's it's listeners. There are a lot of cost associated in hidden in a lot of this type of transactions in that this goes back to this business of getting a second or third opinion. Talk to whoever you are but come see us down at debris bring what you've been told well evaluated anyway. We'll give you our opinion because some of those plans are heavy. Loaded mutual funds and whatnot. Correct most of the four one ks that if somebody would have it Toyota or some place defeating fairly low on it so the real advantage would be to come to us to get more equity exposure. Good thing yeah. Allies plan more of a personal plan. Yeah it gives you that gives you that preference to have your money only do what you needed to do. At that time. You know because a lot of times as you near retirement or you're in retirement especially when you're in retirement. You need your money to work for you. Needed to to create an income stream for you. You can't do that really in a 401k. That's right you can't you can't have it. Produce the same amount of income and mutual mutual funds that are available in four one K.. Plan that you can you know. Investing directly in dividend paying stocks interest bearing bonds Things like that to produce the income that you need You know but to do that. You also have to have a heavy amount of research on what you're actually investing in. Yeah yeah because it's gotta pay but that's done by the advisors well sometimes when you say you've got to do I can. Let's see these people at home saying how am I going to research all of this. I don't know anything about this. Don't go to the Internet. Should parts of it. Yeah you can validate and make sure you're comfortable with what what we have told you. Or what the advisers told. You've always got to be your own advocate once again like when you go to the doctor. You've got to be your own advocate and to be your best advocate. You've got to be empowered with good it information right exactly and to piggyback off. What you said I mean you very easily could do this on your own? It will well not ease. He's not easily. You know you would spend a lot of time. It's a forty hour workweek trying to make sure if if you're sitting at home asking yourselves question how am I going to do is how am I gonNA do. Obviously you're probably not the person that needs to be doing it because you're not comfortable with doing it. Same thing prime example. I changed the brakes on my wife's vehicle lash. Yeah it was last year you know a lot of people just take it to shop and you have them change it. Well eyes are wide. I was comfortable with ripping the tires off and taking breaks off and putting the new ones on say a lot of money to save myself seven hundred bucks in his wife still here to tell us another year. I let's take a break here. It is the time to pre show. newsradio go six thirty W. L. A. P. will be right back. I have been diagnosed with.

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

02:46 min | 9 months ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

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"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

The Tom Dupree Show

08:07 min | 9 months ago

"dupree" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Satellite bigger going into the financial. Our our good opening line there right. Yes move them. Damn bear the lead singer he just does not make bad rock and roll. So that's what we're going to get into a little satellites and some of his solo steps. It's morning sounds good. We got in the studio Mike. Johnson Elizabeth Dupree Guy Hewlett and boy talk about what a week. It was this way. What a week he can teach the market? Yeah Tell us a little bit of Rona virus. What what happened with the corona virus market yesterday? Today it's sold off hard so the S. and P. Five hundred was down Well the Dow between the down there was about about two percent the market sold off yesterday. was that over all the sectors. Pretty much pretty much at tech. I think think the Nasdaq was down. More Amazon was up yesterday. ACTUALLY NO NASDAQ was only down. One point six percent of the Dow is down two percent yesterday. S and P five hundred down one point. It's seven seven yesterday but yeah I mean Amazon Amazon. They had blockbuster earnings and smoking. Earning all. Yeah now stock went went back. I think it closed back up. Above two thousand other companies over trillion and mark. Yeah Amazon's fourth quarter. Sales were eighty seven Baygen over same period last year. Yeah it's a mainly over over eighty seven billion over fourth quarter last year. Wow amazing people are spending money. Oh yeah absolutely. Consumers are strong now the other one. That was really interesting to me was apple. We've talked about apple a couple times. we're sending out our quarterly newsletters to our clients and One of the things we talk about Is is you know. We're value investors. We're looking at valuations of current holdings in the portfolio. You know new opportunities. That's what drives drives our decisions one of the things that we've done and this is not a recommendation. This is Shannon some light on what we're doing the portfolio. We actually trim some apple Couple of weeks ago which means sold sold some apple because the valuations had gotten stretched. It looked like it was being Liam priced to perfection was are thought when their earnings came out. I mean they were flat blockbuster. Earnings guy was talking about Amazon. Apple was right in line with that. In terms of how staggering it was so I mean the numbers. Really just kind of blow your mind So their product addicts sales were almost eighty billion dollars The revenues grew quarter over year over year. IPHONE sales sales. They sold on iphones. Fifty six billion dollars in iphones for the order and those things observe apple makes a tremendous amount of profit on this proprietor stuff they sell versus say Samsung or or somebody like that. Apple's got you know able to bring a lot to the bottom line at. You're absolutely I mean the wearables which are like the Apple Watch and different things or the home stuff. This this number I hear was amazing. I mean just these numbers are staggering. Apple has four four hundred eighty million paid subscribers across it services portfolio four hundred eighty million people pay probably average JAU ticket one hundred thirty forty bucks a month. Probably I mean I. It's it. What ten guide do have Mike? I can speak instead of holding finger going on I the subscription rights are not that high where they get subscription Is With memory for I clouds and it's still not a main it for what it is. It's it's about ten dollars dollar a month for memory for cloud out phone. Well that's that's if you have a little bit of memory if you have a lot of memory you've got kids using a bunch memory writes more lihue. TERABYTES is four bucks. I know because that's what we have. Eh Two terabytes that sounds like four dollars data sore thing. We've got about two hundred something within and I might be and that's the model is to get those little fees off of selling storage space on the clock right or four ninety nine and Google does the same thing and tell you once you start using it. You can't stop right. I mean what are you GonNa win. We had the two hundred gig or whatever it was the dollar a month. Well that filled build up. Well I don't I don't know how to get the stuff off there and so now it's filled up Elizabeth. Maybe you can help me figure out how to get some of this crap off their now consumer but you know after fills up you expand it. You may just but their earnings were blockbuster. Best earnings he's ever for apple would the stock do day they released earnings. It was up two percent. That's it what does that tell you is priced for perfection. And and yesterday the stock dropped the the all the whole market was down yesterday but the stock was down about four and a half percent yesterday. so. That's one thing that we try to be very careful with with our clients. Investments constantly monitor valuations. And if something even if it's a good company I mean the cash flows phenomenal with Apple. But if it's being as you use this analogy yesterday with somebody you know if if you've got you by a year ago you buy one hundred thousand dollar house. That's paying five thousand dollars in ransom. Five percent yield will now. Somebody's willing to pay one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars for but still only paying five thousand dollars in rent so the current yield is lower. Well we might take some of that in this case we would sell a piece of the house if you could do that. And look for a House that was trading for seventy five thousand paying five thousand dollars in So we're we're constantly gently monitoring the investments for for our newsletter. We did some some analysis on our clients portfolios verses what what the market is right now. The market has a pe price earnings ratio of about twenty five the S. and p. five hundred which is historically historically is high on average our clients portfolios have a price to earnings ratio between sixteen to eighteen so value. How you is where we are? Value is where we are and what that means. Were owning things that we don't believe or priced to perfection. Bright price to projections always a risky place to be because if even if they hit perfection. You're probably not going to see much of a price movement and if they don't hit perfection you could really hurt. Hey I wanna jump in there right now. You mentioned the newsletter twice Y- in just a minute on our website after the newsletter goes out to our customers and they have received it we post the newsletter on our website. You can go to the website and subscribe on on the homepage to our newsletter to start receiving the newsletter And we we don't share your email with anybody. It's just completely in house so that you can enjoy some of the little nuggets we share with our customers. It's all very good stuff. Let's take a break here. It is the Tom Appreciate newsradio. Six thirty this.

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Pentagon says Iran shot down U.S. drone over international waters

Rush Limbaugh

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Pentagon says Iran shot down U.S. drone over international waters

"As the Pentagon says the Iranian shot down in American drone in what it says were international waters Centcom, general Joseph Castellon unprovoked attack on the US surveillance asset that had not violated arena airspace, at any time during its mission Tehran freely. Admits it shot down the drone, but says it was over Iranian airspace at the time. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington wilder now. balancing the attack on a u._s. drone over international waters is a very foolish move president trump floated the idea that maybe it was not what the iranian regime wanted i have a feeling that it was a mistake made by somebody that shouldn't have been doing what they did ask if there would be a u._s. military response the president basically said stay tune russian president putin is warning the u._s. against using force against iran saying it would have catastrophic consequences during a state tv appearance today a call in show putin said u._s. military iraq would be quote catastrophe for the region at a

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President, President Trump And NASA discussed on Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

President, President Trump And NASA discussed on Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

"Inexplicable story of the day are changeable, president is raising questions about his own plan to have the US go back to the moon. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington less than a month after pledging more money for a new mission to the moon. President Trump tweeted that NASA should not be wasting its time on a lunar mission. A few hours earlier the head of NASA was saying something much different at a space conference. We're going to go back to the moon sustainably it wasn't immediately clear if the president was making a space policy change with his tweet from aboard Air

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The Principle of an Effective Sales Pitch

Daily Sales Tips

02:57 min | 1 year ago

The Principle of an Effective Sales Pitch

"Today is all about the end which stands for nuance. Instead of reason this is the captain of the ship. Your reason is on we use this as a principal to define the pitch altogether. Let me give you the definition of the word, which is characterized by subtle. Shades of meaning or expression. This is the overall driving factor of your reason this principle is what will evolve your pitch into an emotion felt by the prospect as you speak life into their business through your first interactions to nuance of processes to throw subtle shades of yourself throughout the pitch in order to engulf the prospect and indoctrinate them in a healthy way toward taking an appointment with you eventually doing business, if the shoe fits the bottom line is is that if you're not throwing shades of your meaning and purpose into the process, then you will not get the desired outcome that. My reason theory is all about we're trying to build relationships with our prospects. You've probably heard it before people do business with those that they like entrust hiding behind some kind of fake sales persona does not help you to translate. Slate your true, meaning and value to the prospect, all it does is creates a barrier between you and them as a sales person in a buyer a transaction a commodity. However, you wanna put it it is not a relationship. If all we are focused on is a process to get to an appointment to do the dog and pony show in order to propose are price and close the sale sharing your reason nuancing the workflow in making that emotional connection for your buyer is how you lay the foundation. Of a long in successful business relationship. So if you think about it again, nuance walks alongside each phase inside of the reason theory, it is the see that your reason swims on all the way from the touch piece to the attention face to the storytelling into the outline the core principle behind this phase is confidence confidence in truly knowing yourself. Just as somebody can sense, fear or doubt or inherent happiness. We can also sense confidence. Looking at your story as a success be bold? Be humble in recognize that you only succeed when others around you succeed as well. This will help you to create the mindset the your prospect is looking for and once they're nuance it throughout. Out your reason in joy, the fruits of what is to

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Lay Out Your Agenda

Daily Sales Tips

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Lay Out Your Agenda

"This is tip four of my five tips series here on the show. We're talking about my reason theory, which is to radically educate and share ones narrative. Today's tip is all about the O which stands for outline inside of my reason theory. The outline is where the rubber meets the road. This is the climax of your pitch. Now that you know, you have the prospects. Attention. It's time to capitalize on. That fact. This is the part that ties the business outline into the entire pitch in sets the tone for the first meeting between you and your prospect. So when the Allen phase, we lay out our agenda, we romanticize the future business relationship between us and the prospect, the idea here is to be an option and not a sales rep you don't want to go for the throat. You wanna nurture them into these next steps you've taken them through this entire system that radically educates them tells your story gains their attention in changes the game entirely. So the last thing we want to do is get to the end of this pitch. And become a pushy sales person in the outline phase. We also allow the prospect to own the appointment. So instead of asking them, Mr. prospect, MRs prospect, can I send you a calendar. Invite for fifteen minutes on your schedule next week Tuesday. We passed the prospect the ball it allow them to choose the date and time with us, which is again, creating a sense of ownership when it comes to the upcoming meeting. You wanna create an atmosphere for the prospect that feels comfortable it allows them to say, yes to an appointment the lot easier. I like to say that you need to be the prospects champion and not their conquer. So again when we get to the outline stage, and we jump back into the business at hand. We don't wanna move in for the close your prospect is expecting it. Instead nurture them with the necessary information to make a decision to decide on whether or not you guys. Should meet in the first place. Even like this sales is the ground on which mutual interest. Meet that causes an undeniable feeling of satisfaction for both parties, not just the sales person. Not just the buyer. The LA important sounds a little bit something like this Mr. prospect minute goal for our encounters to understand you in your organization better in look, I could sit here and spit out a bunch of generic processes and workflows that I can optimize for you in your firm based on common knowledge of your vertical. But I'm not looking to sell you a surface level solution getting more intimate with your business. The only way for us to know whether or not any of my ideas will be applicable in changing the game for you and your team. It's also came to work toward developing a more sustainable relationship with the prospect of this point imagine a referral relationship. For example, one where you serve the prospect by helping them to be more involved in the community in which you are a trusted adviser or vice versa. So think of the Allen phase as a way to be able. To tie everything that we've discussed with the prospect up to this point regarding our reason theory, while also giving them the next steps that they own instead of an appointment that you're forcing them to

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Trump recommends Herman Cain for Federal Reserve

Mark Arum

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Trump recommends Herman Cain for Federal Reserve

"Up. President Donald Trump says he's ready to nominate Herman Cain to a seat on the Federal Reserve. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington rumored for months Herman Cain is a very good guy. President Trump told reporters today that he will nominate Herman Cain for a spot on the Federal Reserve to be an outstanding person a truly outstanding individual the former talk radio host met earlier this year with the president at the White House. Cain was once head of the Federal Reserve. Bank in Kansas

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Tell Your Story

Daily Sales Tips

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Tell Your Story

"Dale do pre the copier warrior and leader of the sales rebellion. This is tip number three right here on the show. We're talking about my reason theory, which is to radically educate and share ones narrative today is all about the S inside of reason, which stands for story story serve a purpose instead of communication. It's where we can make a meaningful impact on the conversation in drought. The individual who was entertaining our pitch. The purpose of telling a story is to help them understand that you are truly trying to build credibility while doing it differently than anybody else. And so when you give your story to a process. Checked the idea is to tell your tail be vulnerable 'cause undeniable curiosity in making encounter feel like an adventure talk about what's important to you. And how it applies to them. And the relationship that you're going to be pursuing a quick fact is that stories activate the entire brain and speak to your prospect on a completely different level. So let's talk about that for a second some science behind storytelling backs the theory up. It's quite simple. If we listened to a cold call that has the same old crap that we're used to hearing. Or we see a PowerPoint presentation with boring bullet points only certain parts of the brain get activated, their the language processing parts of the brain. Where basically you decode words into meaning. And that's it nothing else happens. It's why you get bored or lose attention when being presented to through slides during the Monday morning meeting at the. Office. But when you're being told a story things changed dramatically, not only are the language processing parts in your brain activated. But any other areas in your brain that you would use when experiencing the events of the story. So for example, if someone tells you about how the lists certain foods are your sensory cortex lights up if it's about motion your motor cortex gets activated. A story can put your entire brain to work. Now, all of this is interesting. But why is it so important to my reason theory, well, if we know that we can activate our prospects brain better, if we tell them stories than the simple answers, this a story if broken down into its simplest form is a connection of cause and effect cause effect is how we make decisions which is literally what you're trying to earn from your prospect. There. Yes decision to meet you. So remember stories are primal invoked raw emotion emotion that allows your prospect to see past the noise of the typical sales call into better understand why they should meet with you.

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How to Keep Your Prospect's Attention

Daily Sales Tips

02:26 min | 1 year ago

How to Keep Your Prospect's Attention

"Today. Dale do as back known to many as the copier warrior DALE'S been and be to be sales for over ten years as a top producer and served as a sales manager and VP of sales as well. He shook up his local market with his Dacia sales methods and built a fund an entertaining personal brand around a boring product in the process, he is now the leader of the sales rebellion and a full-time training and development coach for all sales walks. This is tip to my five tips series here on the show. We're talking about my reason theory, which is radically educating chair ones narrative today, we're gonna be talking about the a inside of reason which stands for attention. The first thing that we have to think about when we get to the attention phase is that we do not want to be just another name inside of the crowded sales bullpen that's calling on the prospect. Instead, we need to give them a compelling. Reason or else we will be just that so attention. This is the full thirty seconds of your thirty second commercial. And this is how you will change the game. Think of it being unexpected yet simple express to the prospect exactly how you know they feel about sales calls. So maybe it sounds a little something like this, Mr. prospect. You're probably expecting me to say some things about how great my company is. And how fast are service response to your problems in all the other garbage that most sales people dump in your ear every time they get you on the phone. But that's not what today's calls about think about the reaction. The your prospect would have if you can help them to understand that you know, exactly how they feel inside of the attention phase. We also have the opportunity to make light of the Arif as we already spoke about in the last tip, which is to radically educate. So if you have performed some type of I touch whether through video premature. Cereal or some type of marketing piece to interrupt their patterns in 'cause curiosity you have a subject as to why you're calling I hope that you receive my crumpled butter, Mr. prospect. What did you think of it? The goal here is to overcome the stereotypes that your prospect has on the typical salesperson so transcend, the normal interactions that your peers and colleagues are having with their prospects in customers be something so magnificent in so explicitly different that they have no other choice, but to meet with

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Man charged with sending bombs to Trump critics pleads guilty

Atlanta's Morning News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Man charged with sending bombs to Trump critics pleads guilty

"Hours a guilty plea in the case of the male bomber. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington almost five months after being arrested for sending sixteen mail bombs to a series of Democrats and critics of President Trump in the weeks before election day, Cesar pleaded guilty in the case accepting responsibility for sixty five different felony counts. It keep him in prison for the rest of his life. We told you a mail bomb addressed to CNN was intercepted at the post office in downtown

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Radically Educate

Daily Sales Tips

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Radically Educate

"Today's tip is the first in a series that will be released once per week over the next few weeks from Dale Duprey, some of you may know, Dale as the copier warrior. He is also the leader of the CEO of rebellion a sales trainer and the host of the selling local podcast here. He is what's up everybody. This is going to be tip one of five tip series here on the show going to be talking about my reason theory, which is to radically educate and share ones narrative, it's all the secret sauce behind the copier warriors cold outreach where I'll share the method behind my madness tip. One is all about the R E stage of my reason theory, which is to radically educate the idea to my cold outreach. Is that most people all do it the same? So the idea of having an attitude of radically educating those that you're conversing with will help you to have the mindset and the mentality in order to change the game. The other piece of the puzzle is is that my radically educate portion typically involves I. Which piece unless you're nasty are someone that's just on the phone at all times. It's pretty easy to create an execute on a first touch piece before calling to set the appointment with your prospect. When I talk about a first touch piece made a couple of different things. It can be a written document something that's printed, something that's manufactured as a marketing piece can be video. It's a lot of different ways to do this. But the idea and the mindset behind it as that it's simple. It's humor there's energy. We're creating curiosity with his touch piece. A good example of this will be my crumbled letter. It's a letter that's pre crumpled for the customer in the content inside literally tells the customer that we both know ninety percent of the sales garbage you get as just that. So pre crop us letter to make it easier for you to throw it away when you're reaching out to a prospect, putting a little bit more extra effort in energy in love behind that I touch it causes them to think different about you. And so create that cause and effect. Thank of meeting your best friend for the first time or connecting with Kendra. Spirit. The idea here is to be yourself into wear it on your sleeve proudly. So remember that within the first touch or Shen of my reason theory that interim marketing pieces are important, whether it's the crumpled letter or just the premise of your phone call is different than anybody else. The idea here is to change the game in Khasi prospect, having awakening end to think that maybe just maybe this salesperson is the one that I want to buy

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How Vaccines in Africa Protect Everyone in the World

Curiosity Daily

06:09 min | 1 year ago

How Vaccines in Africa Protect Everyone in the World

"Feels like vaccines have been coming up in the news pretty much nonstop leelee. Right. I mean, there's a lot of really great research in the world of vaccines right now. Researchers are using genetic technology is to develop new vaccines. That are useful all over the world. Not just here in the US. But in say developing countries in Africa and southeast Asia, but different here that in wonder how a vaccine in Africa might actually affect you. Well, we found out that it does. And today, we have a special guest to take you beyond the click bait headlines on the rest of the internet and dig into why you really should care about this, medical technology. You can give somebody as Nella Vader pitch. If you're at a party, and they say, I don't understand. Why vaccines are so important herd? Immunity is really important because not everyone can be vaccinated therefore, the more people we vaccinate the lower likelihood that the virus will find someone who isn't on caused an Ike break. So it's basically like putting up more and more and more barriers to stop the virus jumping from one person to the other because Maizels is the most transmissible human virus on the planet. And that's why we have to vaccinate. That's why her. Community we have to it off. So the heard lots of OSs because it's so so infectious if the virus is not as infectious, we don't have to vaccinate as many if the heard, and then just becomes a number scheme herd immunity number scheme, herd immunity, it's a numbers game. Paul DuPree is the director of the center for vaccine research at the university of Pittsburgh and a professor of micro biology and cellular genetics

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Federal budget deficit leaps 77 percent so far for fiscal 2019

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Federal budget deficit leaps 77 percent so far for fiscal 2019

"Minutes. We continue team coverage with our Washington watchdog, Jamie Dupree, says the outlook on the federal budget deficit continues to get worse in the nation's capital. Even as the Fed's reported in almost nine billion dollar budget surplus in January that was bad news as it was down almost forty billion from a year ago. Overall, the deficit is running seventy seven percent higher than at this point a year ago because of the combination of higher spending and lower tax

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House passes pay increase bill for federal workers

Sean Hannity

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

House passes pay increase bill for federal workers

"The house today voting to reverse the decision by President Trump which would deny pay raises to federal workers, Washington watchdog, Jamie Dupree, two point oh on Capitol Hill with the shutdown now over the house move today to reverse President Trump's decision to block is scheduled pay raise for civilian federal workers, congress can override and congress should override this executive order. The two point six percent pay hike is equal to the pay raise for members of the

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Trump mulling use of disaster aid to fund border wall

Atlanta's Morning News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Trump mulling use of disaster aid to fund border wall

"Jamie, Dupree's take the White House has floated a couple of different ideas this week on where President Trump would get the money to build his border wall. A number of GOP lawmakers did not like the trial balloon of doing that from the military or from military construction account says it would take away money for. Projects in their own home states, the latest idea which came out last night is that the president would divert billions in disaster relief approved last year by congress for hurricane victims in Florida, Texas in Puerto Rico as well as disaster aid for wildfire victims in California. I would bet there will be a lot of Republican opposition to taking away disaster relief money as well. Because when you talk about Florida and Texas, you're talking disaster aid intended for two pretty important states

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With Nick Ayers out of the running, Trump mulls others for chief of staff

Orlando's Morning News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

With Nick Ayers out of the running, Trump mulls others for chief of staff

"On moving with his family soon back to Georgia in this timeframe had been discussed with the president had been part of his discussions. But the question is now though who does the president tick the follow continues for the Trump Russia investigation from new court documents related to Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort more from Jamie Dupree, two point. Oh, while the president downplayed new documents released Friday, they clearly showed that his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has told the feds about Russia related matters from the 2016 campaign along with details about contacts Cohen head with the White House during the president's time in office for the latest on the

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