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"eshelman" Discussed on Millennial Money
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"eshelman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Here's Rick Eshelman and a very happy fourth of July week to you here on the RIC Edelman show yet. We're not quite fourth of July yet, but I think for many of us. Well, it is. I mean, the festivities have begun, it's my favorite holiday of the year. And I think that's true for an awful lot of us as Americans. We just love our independence day. But, but I am a little concerned about a lot of attitudes that are pervasive in the American landscape today. There's a survey that was just released this week from Bank rate dot com. That was simply shocking to me, and I want to share the survey results with you, and explain to you, why. Thirty nine percent of Americans are out of their minds. Yeah. According to the survey thirty nine percent of Americans polled say, the economy is either not so good or down. Right. Poor. Thirty nine percent. Four out of ten Americans say the economy is in bad shape. That's insane. There isn't a single financial or economic expert in the country, who would agree with that sentence. In fact, bankratEcom surveyed economic experts and unanimously they all said the economy is an excellent shape. In fact, forty percent of Americans are not only saying that the economy is poor forty percent of them say the next recession has already begun. They say the next recession has already begun or will within the next twelve months. There isn't any economist anywhere. Survey by bankrate dot com that agreed with that statement every economist every market expert, they surveyed was unanimous in their belief that a recession is at least more than a year away. There's no way based on current economic data that this economy is not an excellent condition and that a recession is anytime soon. And since we have the first of the political debates having occurred this week, we might as well raise the political specter in the survey. They noted a difference in attitudes between Republicans and Democrats. Seventy seven percent of Republicans rate, the economy as good or excellent only forty nine percent of Democrats agree and Democrats are twice as likely as Republicans to say that the next recession has already begun. This is called an n over one here. Ristic. You don't even know what I'm talking about. But that's what's going on. When we are looking at a survey sample unil- at fractions, are you've got the numerator on the top, and the denominator on the bottom and, and over one means the number of people I'm serving as the numerator out of a total population base. That's the denominator and end over one means, I'm going to survey me. That's the numerator on top out of a total population base of me on the bottom the only person I'm looking at, when I'm trying to figure out what's going on, is me. My attitude. My experience my history. My survey Shen. That's an an over one here stick. Now there are three hundred and twenty million Americans don't you? Think if we were to do a survey of all three hundred twenty million of them, we would get a more accurate picture of what's really going on. But when people say, I think the economy stinks, I think, we're in a recession, you know what that means. It means you're economy stinks. It means your household is in a recession. It means you don't have a job, you're not making money. You're not saving money. You have bills. You can't pay your in debt. It doesn't mean the entire country is. And yet, people are looking at their own personal circumstance, and concluding, if it's this way for me, it must be this way for everyone everywhere. So allow me to please dispel the incorrect notions that you may have because forty percent of Americans think the economy's poor and that we're already in a recession or soon will be in fact inflation is only one and a half. Percent this year. Do you realize that since nineteen twenty six the average annual rate of inflation is three point two percent? Inflation is running at less than half its normal rate. This means it's never been more affordable to buy goods and services interest rates are also equally low right now. We've got interest rates that are lower now than they were thirty years ago, notice that mortgage rates are below four percent. Right now. It's never been more affordable to buy houses and cars and durable goods like refrigerators and big screen TV's, because of low interest rates gas prices are very low. Have you noticed that at the pump compared to a couple of years ago? The unemployment rate is only three point six percent. It's the lowest unemployment rate. You ready for this since nineteen sixty nine. The bureau of labor statistics part of the department of labor. They're expecting twenty one million new jobs to be created this decade eighty eight percent of all ocupation 's are experiencing growth. We added seventy five thousand jobs alone, just in the month of may have thirteen million Americans who work in manufacturing. They earn an average of eighty five thousand dollars a year and US manufacturing is expected to grow nearly four percent this year in the first quarter of this year alone. Just the first three months, our growth in our GDP was over three percent. A huge number this massive growth. That's not a recession a recession is when our economic output, shrinks, they grew almost four percent. Just in the first three months, the United States, such a strong economy, more than one fifth of the fortune global five hundred is in the United. States. The United States is the second leading exporter of goods and services to the entire world. US companies earned in the first three months of this year. Two trillion dollars just in the first three months. US corporations are sitting on nearly two trillion dollars in cash. Apple alone has two hundred and forty five billion dollars in cash. What do you suppose? These companies might do with all that money. Think of the research and development think of the jobs, they'll create think of the dividends they'll distribute to their shareholders. You know, there are a lot of reasons the United States is such a powerhouse. We have abundant natural resources. We have outstanding infrastructure, a large, well, educated and productive workforce, and the best of all, we've got a free market and business oriented environment and most importantly, we have the rule of law. Our society provides us with political stability. We don't change leadership in this country by shooting people. We change leaders through open elections. We have a functional legal system. A regulatory structure that lets the economy grow, we have a sense of entrepreneurship that leads to innovation research and development. It's an exciting environment and it's not just the US. It's not just great news in the US. This is the way it is around the world. Let me give you some statistics from the book fact fullness, which Bill Gates said is one of the most important books. He ever read, if we look at legal slavery in eighteen hundred there were one hundred ninety three countries that allowed legal slavery today. Three solar panels in two thousand cost sixty six dollars. Now they're six bucks. The number of children who died before they reached age five in eighteen hundred. It was forty four percent of all the children in the world died before they reached h five today. It's not forty four percent. It's four percent. The number of deaths per one hundred thousand people who died due to battle in one thousand nine hundred forty during World War, Two, it was two hundred people per one hundred thousand in the world today. It's one deaths per ten billion passenger miles in aircraft. In one thousand nine twenty nine twenty one hundred people died for every ten billion passenger miles today. One people don't die in air crashes, the way we used to have a deaths from natural disasters for every one hundred thousand people in the world, a thousand of them died annually from natural disasters back in eighteen hundred. Now it's dropped from one thousand people per one hundred thousand to just seventy one. There were one hundred and forty eight countries in eighteen fifty. We're had people dying due to smallpox now. It's zero have about hunger in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. Twenty percent of the world was undernourished. Now it's half that number we have to recognize things are getting better and better in one thousand nine hundred six one movie was produced last year. Eleven thousand movies in eighteen ninety three women had the right to vote in only one country today. It's in virtually every country in the world and sixteen sixty five there were one hundred scientific scholarly articles written last year two point five million in eighteen ten only ten percent of adults could read and write today..
"eshelman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And of course, Wells Fargo all of these firms admitted to the SEC that they sold to their clients more, expensive mutual funds. When dental funds were available that cost less an environment. Like that. Yeah. I get it. I understand why you don't trust the financial services industry. But it doesn't mean that you can't still. Leave your financial goals. It doesn't mean that you can't find someone who is trustworthy who is honorable who is worthy of your business. And so I encourage you don't give up the fight continue to hunt continue your search. There's a reason that barons says named me three times the number one independent financial adviser in the nation Barron's ranking of advisers has three major components assets managed revenue produced on quality, the adviser's practice investment returns are not a component of the rankings. I got the award in two thousand nine two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve there's a reason that barons has named Eshelman Financial Engines, the number one firm in the nation. There's a reason that consumer reports issued its ranking of Eshelman Financial Engines the way that it did you want to get a copy of the ranking from consumer reports just go to our website. And you'll see the full ranking there and you'll see why we're so excited, and frankly honored and humbled by their ranking it.
2019 Daytona 500: Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman to be honorary starter, joins grand marshal J.J. Watt
"Super Bowl MVP. Julian Edelman will be yelling, gentlemen. Start your engines this weekend in Florida as the honorary starter for Sunday's Daytona five hundred the patriots wide receiver played a huge part in his team's thirteen to three win over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl. Fifty three Eshelman isn't the only NFL star who will be in attendance for nascar's biggest race JJ. Watt of the Houston. Texans
"eshelman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Going to see another professional football player by the name of Eshelman out there. So I'm I'm I'm milk in it for all it's worth, what can I tell you? So all right. A little a little bit more seriously here, I have talked in the past with you about being very careful having your guard up. If your financial adviser ever says to you. I'm leaving my firm, and I'm going to another firm these are called breakaway brokers. That's the industry term for this. When a financial adviser or a stockbroker leaves where they are say Wells Fargo or Merrill, Lynch or UBS. I may go to another firm. The reason that they're doing this. They will tell you is because the new firm has better products or services. But in fact, in reality, the reason, they're leaving is because the new firm is offering a financial incentive to come over in many cases. The new firm is writing a check often in the form of what's called a forgivable loan. Meaning if they're lend you the money, but if you stay with me, a long time, I'll I won't make you repay it. So it's it's it's a bonus. But they call it a forgivable loan and that bonus can be one times their annual pay two times their annual pay even three times their annual pay. Let me ask you this question. You know, where you work say another company approached you another employer in the same field a school? If you're at school teacher or another agency if you work for the government or. Another tech company if you're in the tech field, and they say to you, we would like you to leave your job and come over to us to do the same job you're doing now, but will pay you a one time bonus of twice your annual salary. Wow. That would make you leave wouldn't it? So you've got to watch out when your adviser says I'm leaving. Why would the new firm be willing to pay that adviser a bonus of one or two or three times their annual pay to get them to move? It's real simple. They want the advisor not only to come over. They want the advisor to bring all of their clients on all of their clients assets. Because that's how the new firm makes money. So what's in it for you is the advisor going to start selling you new products is the advisor gonna say the investments, I gave you with the Old Firm aren't any good anymore. And I want to sell you new investments at the new firm because only when you buy new investments that the new firm is their revenue for the new firm. So are you going to get churned, which by the way is illegal? Is there a conflict of interest? Here. Are they going to recommend new transactions that might cost you fees or expenses or taxes to make a move? So you've got to be careful if your financial adviser says on leaving, and I want you to come with me. But I've said this to you in the past. And if you're a long-time listener here on the RIC Edelman show, you've heard me offer that warning to you. But I want to now share with you. Another version of this. This. I'm about to share with you is inside baseball. This is something that I've never talked about on the air. And I don't think anyone has ever shared this with you. I don't recall ever seeing a new story about this in the media in the financial trade press warning clients about it. I don't think I've ever seen a covered on CNBC or in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times or investor's business daily or barons or Forbes or fortune business week. So I'm going to share with you something that is likely new. It's not just a breakaway broker. That's when a broker goes from one firm to another what I wanna talk with you about now. Is an IB. An independent broker dealer. And here's what's involved. Many financial advisers. Work at firms companies like Merrill, Lynch or UBS or whoever. And the firm provides them all of the back office support. The firm buys the real estate provides the office furnishings, desks and chairs and lights buys all the tech telephones and computers has all of the support back office operations, the compliance people the traders legal financial HR department and IT the firm does it all just like where you work the firm. Does it all all you do show up simple and easy, right? But there's another group of broker dealers separate from Merrill, Lynch and UBS Wells Fargo these are called independent broker dealers companies like Raymond James, Ameriprise L, P L Commonwealth. These are not household names. These are not names you've probably heard of. And the reason you've not heard of them is that they don't really for the most part do marketing to consumers, you know, Merrill. Lynch runs ads all over the place. They have a big brand name households. But Raymond James of you really heard of them. Have you ever heard of L P L L P L has more financial advisers than Merrill, Lynch? They're pretty big. But you've never heard of them. Why not because the advisers who work at L P L are not employees of L P L instead, they're independent advisors. And so here's the pitch instead of going to work at a brokerage firm like Merrill, or maybe becoming a breakaway broker and shifting from Merrill to UBS. They go independent and instead of earning twenty or thirty percent of the revenues they produce they now earn eighty or ninety percent of the revenues they produce why. Because they'll PL or Raymond James or whoever doesn't pay. Their overhead doesn't provide them with office. Space doesn't get them furniture and fixtures doesn't provide them with technology doesn't do any of that the advisers on their own to do it. So if you're advisor says, I'm going independent. You've got a raise a real. I Brown why. Because your advisor has never been self employed before your adviser has never run a startup do. They know anything about finding office space. Do they know how to sign leases? How are they going to hire the staff to run this practice? How much of their time is going to be devoted to HR? IT finance and accounting marketing operations trading compliance, and legal and how much of their time will be distracted away from you all because they're trying to earn a bigger revenue stream than they were before might be in their best interest to do it. But is it in yours? So you've got to ask yourself if your advisor says to you, I'm going out on my own, and I'm gonna hang my own shingle. Do they really know how to do that? Do they have the financial wherewithal to take on the risk of running a business? And what does it mean for you at the.
"eshelman" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"And I'm every time I opened a sports page every time, I read a blog. Not totally satisfied because Kevin Durant. Came there with an agenda came there wanting things Steph curry. Invited him and gave him things gave him the ball. Let him take the big shots. The core of the patriots is defined by Eshelman. Precise as a cheap steak. Claes hurt imperfect. Seventh rounder never seeks. Attention never demands the ball. I'm not saying stars don't have a place and I'm not saying free agents. Don't have a place NFL free agency. I mean, they're trying to get more like NBA free agency, which is awesome. But when LeBron went to Miami, don't Wayne Wade's family. Lebron James was just really talented and rented, Chris Bosh was really talented. You donnas has Lomas family staff is family elements family hightower's family gronk is family. Brady's family Josh mcdaniels now he left for a while. He came back. He missed his family. Is that when I watched that game yesterday what really really sticks with me. Is that and it's not elements stories not just about that. He's a seventh rounder. And but but I go back to something. I've always believed in sports. That sports are similar to like a house. You have a foundation, and then you build the house, but when you drive down the street, and you see a house being built it all starts with the foundation that will build a roof. I don't build the kitchen first they build the foundation, and then people come in from the county or the state and if the foundations not right you can't build the house. Your foundation is who you draft. There's an old saying in sports. Nobody loves you more than a team that drafts. You the Orlando Magic love Dwight Howard, everybody else. Just saw him as a means to an end Edelman Steph curry they define their current dynasties drafted by him. Mentor them coached by them. Loved by them. Willing to give because when you're in the family you'll step in front of that car for another family member. Steph curry, that's what you build around. Good stuff. The guy that knows the patriots better than any coach not working for that organization. Eric man, Jeannie will join us next. Alright. Valentine's Day football's over no more excuses of the many reasons, I love football. I can use it as an excuse for six months. You know, Honey, I was gonna go to the store is a big football game on. I got to study for my show tomorrow with joy, and there's a football topic. And it's so handy and now football ends, and I got no more excuses, and here comes Valentine's Day, and I can't be a schmuck, and I have to get on it. So I go to Sheri's berries, okay? Signature dipped delicious, Valentine's strawberries, top would decadent toppings chips heartened glitter sprinkles fresh tasty worth the wait candlelight dinner, nothing better to top it off than Sheri's berries..
"eshelman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Linda corporate Carson, KFI news low scoring and not so super for L A at Super Bowl fifty three in Atlanta. The final score yesterday was thirteen to three Rams got three points. Patriots. Get their six Super Bowl. Tom Brady is quarterback. Bill Belichick is a head coach the Rams failed gave L A its first NFL championship since nineteen Eighty-three when the raiders. Beat the Redskins. Patriots is Hebrew Giulio. Julian L Eshelman was named the game's MVP North Dakota Republican Senator John HOGAN says President Trump may be forced to declare a national emergency to build a wall along the southern border. If congress doesn't make a deal if we can't get compromise out of speaker Pelosi and get to a good solution. Then he would be forced to go. The national emergency root wouldn't says a border security solution cleared by both chambers of congress without intervention from Trump is the best solution. GM says it's planning to lay off four thousand salaried workers the layoffs begin today. It's a started overall effort to reduce the company's North American workforce. By fifteen percent GM says it's trying to free up six billion dollars annually. So it can invest the money into a new generation of vehicles, including electric and self driving cars, it's also planning to develop a ride hailing service. More fellow Democrats are speaking up and encouraging Virginia. Governor Ralph northern to resign California Democratic congresswoman Karen bass has a racist photo showing northern black face KKK costume proves. He's. Completely dishonest is not honest. He's disingenuous he needs to resign. And if he has any any way that he wants to regain his integrity. He would resign and then participate in the discussion she says, he he could've come clean and talk to African Americans decades ago Virginia democratic Representative Donald mckeekan says it would be better for everyone. If at northern stepped down he's lost the authority to lead. He he's lost the authority to govern. He has to resign. Isn't the best interests of the Commonwealth is in the best interest of the party, February is cancer prevention month year, it's estimated that over one point seven million people are going to be diagnosed with cancer and our estimates. Are that around forty percent of these cases could be prevented American Institute for cancer research is Alice benders says around seven hundred thousand cases of cancer could likely be prevented each year some ways to reduce your risk of developing cancer include staying physically active limiting alcohol in sticking to a healthy.
"eshelman" Discussed on WTVN
"Now, here's Rick Eshelman. Welcome back to the Rick Edelman show. Thanks for hanging around this half hour. I'm Rick Edelman. Excuse me, sitting on my Perspective's. Oh, sorry. I wanna share with you a couple of anecdotes. We can often learn from other people's mistakes. There are two ways, you know, to gain knowledge right in life. You can either go through your own experiences or you can learn from other's experiences. And the latter is a whole lot cheaper. All lot easier whole lot faster than going through your own experiences yourself. So here's the first one guy has mutual funds at a mutual fund company. This is a true story, by the way, this was related to us by this guy. He he had money in mutual funds Atta mutual fund company, and he wanted to convert some of his IRA at naira account there. And he wanted to convert some of his IRA to a Roth IRA he used their website. He went onto their website. And he you know clicked away to make the changes and he thought when he entered the data he thought he was moving dollars. But in fact, he was moving shares. So instead of moving ten thousand dollars from his IRA to the Roth. He ended up moving three hundred thousand dollars. Well, he realized his mistake immediately. And so he called the mutual fund company on the phone using their eight hundred phone number. But he was told that they would not correct the trade even though it had just happened a couple of minutes ago, and he called us, and he said, you know, what I want to file a complaint with FINRA the financial industry. Regulatory authority FINRA regulates the mutual fund industry. And he's like I want to complain to FINRA well for for probably fifteen twenty years. I was an arbitrator with fenra. I was one of those judges who heard cases and dealt with complaints. I can tell you FINRA is unlikely to help here other than suggesting that you file an arbitration claim against the mutual fund company, and as a federal arbitrator based on the facts that this guy told us, I don't think he's gonna win. I mean, he did it on his own. He clicked the button to execute the trade, and the fact that he later had a regret even. So it was two minutes later. I don't know that the company has any legal obligation to him. I mean, you might argue out of goodwill. They should be willing to fix it. And I I certainly question that and so for that reason, I think he should go up the chain of command at the firm, you shouldn't go to fenra at least not right away. He should go to the manager in that branch office every time he reaches someone who says no to his demand. He should say I want to talk to your manager. And he should keep saying that all the way up to the CEO if needed. Because I believe this is a customer service issue. They've got the ability to fix it. If they choose to. And so I think you should go that route he also might consider going to the company's chat rooms, you know. There are a lot of these mutual fund companies that have users congregate on chat rooms on the internet. And they talk about whatever it is. They talk about and if he goes onto that chat room and talks about what happened in his situation. He might get commentary from other investors. And in fact, I'm willing to bet that the company monitors that chat room and the peer pressure might help. Incite the company to help him fix it. But the biggest moral of the story is that next time. He shouldn't try to do this on his own if he had gone to a financial adviser and said the financial advisor, here's what I want to do allowing the advisor to execute. It for him not only with the adviser most likely have done it, right? The advisor would own the liability. If the thing went wrong. It's kind of similar with doing your own taxes. If you do your own taxes, and you get audited, you're on your own. If you end up owning interest or penalties you're on your own. But if you have a professional tax preparer, a CPA or an enrolled agent or a tax attorney, do your tax return, and you end up getting audited, and you end up with penalties that professional will pay those penalties because they're standing behind their work when you do things on your own. Well, you know, bad things can happen. Here's another case study. This one is sad there really no winners here. But at least on one sense it turned up better than it. Otherwise might have this was a client of ours, by the way, but she just shared the story with us. She's seventy two years old and accidentally ran over a woman in a grocery store parking lot. This was just awful. The woman that was run over survived. She had significant injuries. But thank thankfully, she she survived. But as you can imagine our client was just devastated at at having caused these injuries. And she was also worried that there was going to be a big lawsuit. As a result of this. This particular clients got life savings of about a million dollars. And was like, oh my goodness. Is it possible that I'm going to get sued, and I'm gonna have to write a check for a million bucks..
Patriots Julian Edelman uniquely hypes up Tom Brady
"Patriots fans know, Tom Brady and Julian Edelman Sherrod special bond, but Eshelman was the ultimate hype man after his QB's second quarter touchdown to Philip door. Set gave the pats of fourteen nothing lead on the chiefs in the AFC title game. Thanks. Two. Showtime's inside the NFL captured elements passionate reaction, countless bats doubters have suggested Brady's slipping at forty one. And he and his teammates clearly been motivated while critics have appeared misguided. Patriots website also recorded Bill bell checks post game speech to his team -gratulations. This is is there anything we talked about competing on a road gets another good football team at this time of year guys just kept battle and kept competing. They certainly made their plays. We made a few more guys did a great job. And that's what it's going to be like the next game will be tougher than this one. But that's the way it's supposed to be when you going all the way through enjoyed this one you earned it, you deserve it. Give these guys credit now, they're a good football team. Obviously sold around. And you deserve to be champions. Gregg.
"eshelman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"After that intercept Eshelman guide creamed, I mean, so in college we look at targeting, and we look at home tell they don't really do that review that stuff now they will after the game's over. So I think they go back and you can look at probably seven or eight plays in those two games on helmet to helmet shots. And it's like, you know, if you're trying to really clean this stuff up. You gotta get on these guys got to know, what's amazing to me is yours at a blown call against the losing team. But you never talk about a blown call against the winning teams. We had that discussion off the air about the past interference. But no one the face mask on Jared Goff. There you go. Yes. And I'll get into that later because there was a face mask on golf at the two yard line. And we'll get into the pass interference. We'll get into football. But right now. Even though it's not baseball season. We're going to transition into baseball. It is for fish fan. As you guys know every Monday when fishes on we go over the updates as far as the free agency transactions MLB will look at this or that and fish always has little tidbits on and they'll be all year round. This guy bleeds baseball somebody else that well, I don't wanna see his star. But he did some work here in Las Vegas, and is one of the best voices in baseball. And it does not matter where this guy works. Now. You know, I'm friends with Roberto Clementi junior. So talking about the does the pirates Tim never worked for the pirates the Red Sox now, he's the newest voice of that dodger broadcast team, which is the best of the best. And he takes time. And I'm thinking, okay. He's out west now. Cool. He's either back in Vegas stopping by on his way to LA or LA long. Behold. He says, yeah, I'll come on sometime maybe next week. So I'm like, all right. What about eight thirty nine o'clock. So he's back east. He goes. But I'll come on. I said all right. Let me make it eight fifteen. Then my time. Would you be eleven fifteen back east? Tim never taken time out at two never. You can follow him on Twitter to first off utmost respect, for the way that you. Call baseball games, you keep it interesting. You always get that score out there on. I remember when I met Mr. Scully and Dorothy, Chandler pavilion. When I was waiting tables way back when when phantom of the opera was there in downtown LA, and he had come into. He was going to the show. And I asked him I said, you know, I want to get into sports broadcasting, and can you give me a tip? He says, well, if you're doing play by play sign, you always wanna make sure that you get the score out there. He goes, even if it's a bad score or blow up for whatever it is just get it, especially if you're in anywhere where there's a lot of people because you never know who just got in their car or turned on the radio. And he said, that's the one thing that drives people crazy is when they don't know the score. And they're sitting there for five ten minutes. What the heck is a score to never you do that so eloquently everything else you do. I mean as far as baseball. I've watched a lot of your broadcast throughout the years. And listen to a lot of your broadcasts top the line to never thanks for joining us on sports X radio. Wow. Thank you. Thank you for having me. I'm looking forward to getting out in the warm weather. I'm actually in New Hampshire right now. One degree outside. Just let my dog out to get him in about five seconds so season. So you're the opposite of the chargers years day in they're getting acclimated to the cold. Like the chargers should have done after the Baltimore Ravens game should have gone up to Rhode Island or Vermont and froze their butts off but practice stayed in the east coast time zone. Yeah. Should be out west with us. Enjoying the nice weather and transitioning back out to the west coast, Tim if I had to nail down because you've done the broadcasting, of course, for a couple of east coast teams out west now, you'll be with the dodgers you lived in Vegas for years. East coast or west coast because I love being from jersey. But I love the west coast. What about you? Yeah. You know, I lived for twelve years. I lived and worked in Vegas. Got me out to California quite a bit and Zona. You know? I mean, I lived in Denver to for a number of years and just travel all throughout the west. I really liked the west and growing up in the east. You don't know that much about it until you get an opportunity to spend time in the western really appreciate it a lot. And always thought if I had an opportunity at some point that that made sense to take a hard look at it. And. Obviously when when the dodgers are at the other end of that opportunity. You definitely take more than a hard look at it. And. Really no brainer. When it came down to it. But I'm I'm looking forward to getting started. I mean, I think I counted it today thirty seven days before I do my first spring training game with the dodgers against the Rockies and. Really excited about getting going. A show up here. I'm still involved in college hockey in college basketball that I have to finish that schedule. Once that's done. I'll head out to Arizona. It'll get indoctrinated into the dodger culture are you in. Okay. Now, you're in new hats. College basketball, what New Hampshire university of New Hampshire where you actually university of Massachusetts in in Atlantic. Ten okay. I know people follow the eight ten very disappointed in UMass especially that last home laws thought they were starting to play. Well, they've had some close losses. They're like right there knocking on the door. They had some good games early on. And I said, you know, what this team is going to be a player say Lewis was real. I thought you messed me get Saint Louis, but they couldn't Bill confined themselves atop the eighteenth. I'm a big college basketball junkie northern Colorado was my big play tonight. They won't by twenty-five spread was one and a half joke against Idaho state, but got Creighton, right? And I and that team has been driving me crazy because I enjoy watching McDermott coach. And I said, you know, what they need a win against Georgetown. And they shoot it better than Georgetown, all the way round McLaughlin is good. And there's a couple of players for Ewings team that are that are pretty good. But I said, you know, if if Alexander and Minson these guys in ballot can all get it together on the same night. And they came back down to. Winning ninety one eighty seven so Crayton is that team. And when they get these home games back in Omaha to be a lot of fun. But I love the college basketball. But I really enjoy the baseball when it comes around Andrew fish vein is a guy. That's with me. This guy is an LA boy, he's a dodger guy, but he is followed this team for the longest time in my dad. Ironically was from Benson hers Brooklyn, so dodger stories, in fact, a horror stories, especially against you know, the giants and the Yankees in. Here's the craziest thing Tim, my last name is Thompson, and it's spelled T H O M S O N October third nineteen fifty one when Bobby hits the shot heard around the world. My dad is freaking out because he's listening to the game on the radio. And they bring in Branka Ralph Franken, and my dad's Frankie he's freaking out because he goes, I can't believe they're bringing a mini had given up a home run. I guess to Thompson earlier in the series are I I don't know if there was a two hundred three whatever was and and so he said he was just freaking out and was my great aunt. Birthday. And there were six eight. Oh, one nineteenth avenue Benson.
"eshelman" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Now, here's Rick Eshelman. Welcome to the Rick Edelman show. I'm RIC Edelman before we go any further on the program today, we need to just take a brief moment and express our condolences and sadness for what's going on with the wildfires in California throughout the entire state. Our hearts and prayers go to everyone who is affected by this. We've got clients ourselves and staff and financial planners and in and around the bay area in the north end in and around Orange County and Los Angeles in the south, and it's it's an astonishing situation. We're our hearts, and I go out to you. If you're affected. And I would ordinarily begin the program by saying in a very happy weekend to you. I can't do that. Because of what's going on in California. I also can't do it. Because of what's going on with the Dow Jones industrial average it's been tumultuous week, and there's not really any choice. But I've got to talk about the stock market again with you. Because as I'm sure you're aware volatility has returned to the stock market and plenty of other financial markets over not just this week. But the past six weeks, you know, this is what what's the big deal recommend you our personal financial? Of course, you should be talking about the market. Well, we'll know because as my wife Jean loves to say, there's you know, the personal finance is more personal than finance. And quite frankly, the financial markets are a tiny little piece of the broader personal finance issues that you and I wrestle with every single day..
"eshelman" Discussed on First Things First
"That was Alabama. I'm glad they picked up that flag. Target into targeting rule. Jal is Joni to do something about that. There was a fun one last night too. Great quarterback squaring off every Rodgers Tom Brady Foxborough game tied at seventeen in the fourth. And this fumble by Aaron Jones proved costly later in the four Jillian Eshelman finds James white double pass pretty white with score three plays later. So New England up twenty four seventeen next pets possession Brady finds Josh Gordon for the fifty five yard touchdown. Beautiful play their brainy finish with just under three hundred yards and a touchdown. The pats win their six in a row. Meanwhile, the Packers fall two three four and one and here's Aaron Rodgers after the game. I said all the time you every year you have to learn how to win again. And we have to learn how to win on the road. We've lost four road games. We haven't lost at home we've tied, but we haven't lost at home. But we've played two great teams. Could be considered the the Rams loss today to top teams in the NFL and their respective conferences. And we had a chance to win. Both games is very frustrating. Because there's plays in every game. That would put us in a better situation if we can get that. Playoff. And maybe we get seven three earlier in the game and sets a different tone. If we can you know, we don't the bow there. If I hit devante down twenty four seventeen on second down there. Who knows we may some place? Mark was at three nights catches for us Jimmy made some place, but. We all got play better, myself included. Nick do believe that Aaron Rodgers and the Packers can still bounce back after dropping three four and one I think they're alive, but it's on life support..
"eshelman" Discussed on The Jump
"Kevin tonight on sportscenter, Tom Brady gets a big weapon back on offense. How the return of Julian Eshelman changes the patsies plus which sleeper team in football has the best chance to make the playoffs and afresh debate from Tony and Mike see at six Easter. Tune into the junk. Tom loro racy McGrady and I are Houston. Well, I'm heading to Houston, Tracey lives there. Chris, Paul, my stand Tony, no, any more from the rockets is our little training camp tour three o'clock eastern on ESPN come hang out with us and speaking of the rockets, you think we're gonna ask about this because we are rockets guard. Chris. Paul was asked about the difference between playing with his current team and his former team. The clippers, here's the quote from the athletic CPA three saying, quote, no one is looking at you sideways for shooting a certain shot or complaining because they only took three shots and question at the bottom of the screen. I'm supposed to ask you if you think he's throwing shade, but I'm really just gonna skip to who was he throwing. I mean, if I had to guess it would be because he's the one that probably took the least amount of shots there and probably felt like he wanted to have a bigger piece of the pie offensively. Hence the whole Dallas emoji thing right faith. We're good. I mean, I think it's Blake. A couple of people I think is you know when he says somebody looking at you sideways, particularly, that could be Blake. Okay. That's the, you know, somebody only take three shut that could be de'andre Jerry. No, wouldn't JJ. I don't think JJ's industry. Yeah. Evers it'd be another one, but you know, obviously, you ask Chris Paul a question. He's going to answer that and he wouldn't particularly real thrilled about some of the guys he played with here in Los Angeles. So he definitely some shades and Rachel say, hi to see people. Former cash, love you. You know what's interesting though the best teams you played on one of the great teams of all time, the best teams that end up winning they sacrifice and this that team clearly based. Chris, Paul was telling us and we could see it obviously didn't sign unfold in sacrifice for each other. They did. They did. They, everybody was more interested, not everybody, but it seemed like a lot of people more interested in getting there. Yeah, yeah. And when you when you look at Chris, Paul taken his shots ways who is always trying to get other people involved in them. The ball who I used to have to tail to take shots to tell him, look, I need you to score tonight. You know that right there. You can tell was comfortable situation with that team in lock room and all other stuff they were going through. So I think he's just kind of saying, you asked me questions, mcgeown answer, and I wouldn't happy there and you have some guys that I wouldn't happy about playing with. And and so forth. And we will hear from Chris Paul tomorrow on this show. So we will go into that. I do think it's interesting that players there was going to sacrifice scattered sacrifice. Those sacrifices are wheel, and sometimes it's the shot. Sometimes we heard Katie the beginning to be no one talks about me for player of the year or other defense player of the year. The other awards, like those kinds of sacrifices you have to make. It's you're going to be on an all star winning team. These are the sacrifices that happens some guys deal with those differently than other. Chris, Bosh, exactly. JR Smith is sacrificing some money because his lawyer has said, JR accepted a deal that will pay six hundred dollars in restitution after tossing AMAN cell phone in construction site in New York City. Back in July. Look, I wanna say this not everything they are does like allowing Jason Terry. And into not scoring or some of the other stuff going on this cell phone stuff. And we're seeing Rodney hood here, and there's been a bunch of Westbrook obviously had an issue that was, yeah, no one wants to get close to Ross and James harden has done the same thing. We don't always know what the person holding the cell phone is saying to someone and sticking cellphone someone's face..
"eshelman" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"If you get suspended that many times. Well, I question his love for himself and he's talked about that. I don't love myself enough, and when I love myself, I just give up and go over the edge into really bad. And that's the thing because people look, maybe he's graduated. But in the beginning it was it was marijuana. It we the people that we not addictive, what you tell me what you can't sit down for sixty million dollars. And I say, whatever it is is a dicta- simple in that you if you can't stop regardless of the ramifications, that's an addiction and we'd led to this and then it legend that that, yeah, that's how bad that got in. I told you he wound up is only like a year and a half. Go live with Johnny Manziel right here in West Hollywood. There was some stuff going down in that apartment. That's not a pretty sight. So the point is I hope he saved himself. I told you, I've gotten no him a little bit. I like him. He's deep, I root form because he's got hall of fame ability. I mean, hall of and I don't throw that phrase out loosely. Has he lived up to approved it and concluded? He didn't even like what he did. Saturday said he let his teammates down. He goes to some promotional endorsements. Shoot in allegedly pulled his hamstring. I don't know. I mean, that's a bad sign. All these bad signs, his whole histories, a bad sign about the. I mean, they believed in and everybody believes like you said, the the hall yesterday, everybody believes that I can be the guy that change it, what he's going to be different under my watch. But at some point in time, Joshua just has to come to the conclusion. This is on me, I've gotten all the help. They can give me at some point in time and you can't put yourself skip. If you, if you and alcohol, you can ever never go. You can. Can't go in a bar. You can't put yourself in harm's way, Josh. If you have these issues, the friends that you hang around, the put you in the situation. You gotta let them go. You have to know who you are, what you are in a boy that at all? Yeah, we're about see what he's made up and I'm gonna guess he's, I'm going to bet he's made at the right stuff. I hope I think he's going to be the next Randy moss for the guys is if anybody, if anybody can change it's, this is the New England way what this is the missing piece to this puzzle. Because if if he gets Eshelman back and Josh is what I think he could be or Jalen Ramsey mo- oh, you will be able to have you have your hands full. Mouth. That's a heavyweight. That'd be a good. Good man. That'd be a good with. We might have to go on the road. They blame the championship Jacksonville, New England, Josh Gordon, Jalen Ramsey I'll send. I'm thinking, maybe it's in Foxborough. Now. Jacksonville, we beat your head. Right. Do you think it's all Jackson is Jacksonville's world New England's just live. I won't say that I'm not saying is Jacksonville's world, but I think I think everyone starting to see now that New England can be, this is the formula to beat them. You know, I mean, when you're at the top and someone beats, you. You know your their bones in Liz. Like those. But here again, we don't know if that's gonna happen every every game, but. That wasn't even there to the point. They can beat you not playing their best. You have to play year Here bath. bathroom damn near your business, especially. 'cause you really completely get him, you're not worried about the deepen you compete against Tom Brady. 'cause eagle issue. Sunday when they had to Detroit to face their former decoding. Go, hey. Be really good or really ugly, it could be bad. Okay. Well, then the NFL get the clay Matthews call, right? So wrong. The NFL said, the roughing, the passer call against clay Matthews late in the fourth quarter. Sunday was the correct call a league source reiterated yesterday that the quote technique of grabbing the passer from behind the leg or legs and scooping and polling in an upward motion is a foul. The NFL senior VP of officiating said..
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says it's 'ridiculous' to link receiver Julian Edelman's suspension to personal health coach
"Out of. Pain to go to relieffactor dot com Sports I'm Wally Hines Kevin, Harvick will start his bid. For his first, Pocono raceway victory from the pole Harvick who says second in points says he's enjoying, the season-long battle with Kyle Busch Martin Twix junior everybody has good weeks and bad, weeks and it seems like on the. Bad weeks the other guys, are running top five so you gotta. Have to you're going to have to win races. Bush is first in the series standings to juniors third one game in the books and major league baseball today royals beating the Yankees tend to five game one of a doubleheader, game to coming, up at about. Ninety minutes cards. Lead the cubs six. To two in the fourth at the Canadian Open we Kim with a one shot lead over Dustin Johnson through sixteen Redskins first, round pick her. On pain expected. To miss two to. Three weeks because of an ankle injury this is SR in sports Tom Brady says it's ridiculous to suggest the suspension of patriots receiver Julian Edelman is related to. The quarterbacks personal health coach the questions about coach Alex Guerrero prompted Brady to abruptly end his first media availability of, training camp brushed aside a similar question in his first comments since receiving his four game. Ban for drug policy violation Eshelman anti Dan rob gronkowski are among several patra patriots who have also. Worked with Guerrero the Seattle Seahawks and left tackle Duane Brown have reached agreement on a multi. Year contract extension that locks. Up the protector, of Russell Wilson's blindside for the next few seasons. After the deal was finalized Brown tweeted that he was. Looking forward to spending the rest of his career in Seattle Brown arrive in Seattle midway through the twenty. Seventeen season after contentious holdout with Houston in search of a new contract this is SR in sports.
New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman facing four-game suspension
"Parts and it was all just absorbing good for them so ones defiant yes is so good soga so good see hughes brothers brother julian edelman will not begin the season perhaps with the new england patriots because he may have a four game suspension for violating the nfl's policy on p e d suspension is under appeal julian eshelman source told espn has taken hundreds of tests never tested positive before what i think is interesting about this though beyond the fact that it would affect the patriots quite dramatically especially with brandin cooks now a member of the rams and it'll mean is one of brady's favorite targets alex guerrero tom brady's rather controversial personal trainer has made a statement about julian edelman quote i've known julian since his rookie year and he's phenomenal athlete he takes his training seriously it's disappointing to hear today's news elite athletes sometimes work with multiple coaches and health professionals as part of their training here at our facility we take a natural holistic appropriate above all legal approach training and recovery for all our clients and anyone who would suggest otherwise responsible and just plain wrong he's not really speaking for julian edelman say alex guerrero speaking for tom brady yet the boss who he's speaking for the guy who helped him build at facility right next to foxboro guy who is what forty one forty still playing elite level quarterback exactly tv twelve the reason why he lives in boston now and fox boroughs because a tom brady and just ride net gravy train is not julian element it's not gronkowski is tom brady to boss and that would affect a brand severely pay manning just basically threw confession in indictment people in his camp say they yeah h in his history and because it's shocked to hear it wasn't for his wife yeah right right blew my mind right and i don't know if it was headline news for everyone in part because he's done and p were like all right damage done whatever but tom brady still at it so that would be devastating what i also.
"eshelman" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Miss elizabeth not with us in wreck so maybe you know take it a little i have known that well it's history sports history world wrestling and she's over the age of fifty jillian eshelman the tom brady paramore is facing a four game suspension violating the nfl's performance enhancing enhancing substances policy kim jones reported espn i had it if the suspension hold hasn't been formally appealed yet as of taping that's why whenever it comes out in the news like this it means it's under appeal you're not supposed to find out 'til it's fisher chats under appeal so under appeal element if it holds will miss the patriots first four games of the season texans jags lions and dolphins so there's some big games there elements thirty two of course he missed all of last season after suffering a tornado in the preseason greg will start with you patriots fan you and all pats fans are counting on eshelman to fill the void an off season which there were some key defections and now they will be without him for a quarter of the season is this a big deal it is for adamant he has the patriots no because i don't know what you're getting ataman i have not assumed he's going to be their number one receiver i have not assumed he's going to be the julian nedal men of old he's thirty two years old with a history of foot problems coming off at tourney c l always a smaller guy who is county on quickness to beat defenders maybe he was gonna come back in and just be like the old self but i wasn't assuming that and in the way the patriots kind of our run the only constant is change the offense is always changing they have gronk chris hogan jordan mathews james white sony michelle lotta guys who are going to catch the ball for them they're not all wide receivers but they're deep at wide receiver so i don't think it's a killer i'm more just wondering i don't care about the first four weeks you have that luxury when you're a patriots fan on some level i wonder what julia nettle men are they getting.
"eshelman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Degrees in boston local stories we're following tonight patriots wide receiver julian eshelman facing possible suspension state senate passes the socalled red flag bill accuweather calling for partly cloudy tonight in the fifties nice day around eighty tomorrow currently sixty seven and boston now rebroadcast of the cbs evening news here's jeff chlor others thursday nights the president says if the north korea summit goes well kim jong hoon could be coming to the white house the pizza delivery man arrested on an army base knelt the center of a national immigration controversy and what nasa says could be a breakthrough on marks but first tonight's headlines sixty seconds will you even inviting north korean leader kim jong to the united states leandra for goes well i think would be well received so i think that could have earlier today atf was conducting undercover operation in gary indiana when one of our agents was shot multiple times i had no idea that donald trump will be the one who would grant my freedom i love hearing him say your fire just told me free colin kaepernick's attorney wants to oppose the president relating to the quarterbacks pollution case against the nfl yet that son of a field right now out a disturbing case of road rage twelve minutes of sheer terror this monster was on the ground for one full hour there's a i said all strikes me who could be immediate headache pretty thing we're going to begin tonight with the delicate dance before a summit president trump predicted his meeting with kim jong hoon will be a great success but today during a joint appearance with the japanese prime minister the president said that if own does not de new because he put it sanctions will stay in place the president also said when he arrives in singapore attitude will be more important than preparation here's paula reid maybe we'll start with the white house what you president trump said today kim jong un could be invited to the white house if their upcoming meeting is a success i think he would look at it very favorably so i think that could happen mr trump also vowed to stop using the term maximum pressure to describe sanctions against the regime even though the penalties remained in place you'll know how well we do.
"eshelman" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Patriots they always find a way it doesn't matter is someone suspended for four games they usually win the division by four games and tom brady was out they find eshelman was out all of last year and they still almost won the super bowl that being said tom brady's qbr does dip by fourteen points when element is out and more important in this to me than the specifics of the game he misses is what this might do inside the locker room and inside that team southwick or sham and tom juno wrote that great story about the splintering of the patriots way about brady belgium and craft all being part of this triumvirate looking pushing and pulling for power where we know that eshelman has been going to see alex guerrero brady's guy the snake oil salesman guy that a lot of people don't believe knows what he's doing or is always in the right he's got he's got his tb twelve facility right in foxborough just outside gillette and if you've got eshelman going there and trusting in him for his care as he recovers from seattle and this turns out to in any way be something that bella chick or someone else with the team is concerned that guerrero had something to do with this just further splinters them absolutely and this has to become part of that conversation right i mean the fact that he's been training with the guy that the organization doesn't seem to like at this point and now he's filled a pd test which he is appealing he's i'm sure gonna come back and say i had no idea whatever he says i have no idea that was banned the teams logical response is going to be well you would have if you had been training here i mean that that's sort of the process that has to happen here and that's what happens when you open this door also should be noted i know for game suspension brady's gone through your right the patriots just win any way you want to look at it but if you do look at the crystal ball especially the first two match of the year they have the texans week one and then they have the jags in jacksonville week to not too easy games to start out with missing a key component of your offense absolutely you mentioned it already they lost a couple of their.
"eshelman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Shortly the news is sponsored today by toyota our top story another setback today for patriots receiver julian eshelman espn says he's been suspended for testing positive for performance enhancing drugs boston globe sports reporter jim greg mcbride says eshelman might not take the field in a real game now until october fourth for the patriots fan aunt redolent this last season after tearing his right acl and a third preseason game so now you know his expected return to the field is probably going to be delayed by other it'll is appealing the suspension and tom cuddy will have a lot more on this coming up in sports the attorney for a former globe employees being sued by the paper tells the judge there's no need of it a hearing in the suit against hillary sergeant was held earlier in suffolk superior court i don't think we should be here attorney jack segal says his client hillary sergeant is not impeding in the globes investigation of her accusations against editor brian mcgrory not refusing to comply last month she tweeted texts which she claims came from glory he allegedly asked her what she wears when she writes globe attorney marc baton says sergeant has refused to be interviewed nor has she provided documents tobacco claim to warton to ensure appointed that if a claim for what is made it's going to be thoroughly investigated argued that her refusal to cooperate is harming the investigation but attorney segal denies that i don't think there is a reputable harm here any irreparable harm from suffolk superior court bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty beacon hill this afternoon the state senate approves the socalled red flag bill the house earlier passed the legislation allowing the temporary removal of guns from those considered a danger to themselves or others an aide to governor baker says he likes the concept twentythreeyearold fushun fits is locked up charged with hitting an eight year old man with this car and leaving him to die ted schwab is renowned for his extravagant wit and warmth his family remembering eighty year old ted schwab a fixture in.
"eshelman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"By straight talk wireless best phones networks no contracts the new england patriots have been super busy this offseason they made a bunch of additions they made some trades that were eyeopening over the weekend sending away jacoby percent bring in another weapon in philip tour set perhaps to fill the void left behind by the android eshelman they feel like such a prohibitive favorite who do you is the biggest threat to new england in the afc i would say the oakland raiders right now are the biggest threat because oakland could do a number of things they can run the ball consistently down your throat their physical football team they own the line of scrimmage on the off to the side of the ball and they have weapons a and dare car the car is the guy that makes this odd this austrian school than he has guys on the outside crowd tree on one side cooper on the other side they can make big splash plays and move the chains when it gets thirty store they're they're a team you have to watch think the question mark for the oakland raiders is defensively kenny can they get in situations where new england spreads them out it can match up in the secondary and they're coming through a division where it's going to illicit this com this fc whis is going to get beat up kansas city is gonna be strong addict san diego's going to be as a team that's going to surprise some people in the denver broncos to have this strong defense i think there's this this team is going to be battlehardened coming out of the afc and nfc west and they're gonna give me when pages all they can handle over in the nfc a team ready near the top of that seattle kick sheldon richard yeah in a trade for a defense that already one of the defense of liberty and it's he's got to be like are you kidding me so talk about that from the standpoint of just how much more if you think that elevates that this this team has been built on the shores of his defense whether it'd be richard sherman earl thomas kam chancellor great defensive guys a bit make big plays they got better upfront immuno more you got so many a map i'm michael barr michael bennett you got you know these guys up front that get after.