18 Burst results for "Etrade"

Jaguars ship Nick Foles to Bears, one year after signing him to $88m deal

SportsCenter AllNight

02:32 min | 4 months ago

Jaguars ship Nick Foles to Bears, one year after signing him to $88m deal

"Radio Brady of course not the only quarterback who's on the move this week Evers teddy Bridgewater Marcus Mariota and now Nick Foles balls is heading to Chicago the bears pulling off a trade with Jacksonville Chicago gives up a compensatory fourth round pick in return for getting Nick Foles so what happens now in Chicago here's our Mike Tannenbaum and feel gates there's a restart because in in our last show we had a debate about whether we think this is Nick Foles job immediately or whether we think this is competition to pursue the starting job and he admits will battle it out during offseason workouts if we have them and then eventually during training camp if that goes on as scheduled I look at it like this the bears were settling if they stuck surface did that with Mitch Trubisky yep the rosters to well fortified in too many spots and there were too many obvious concerns and trade you're right right pace may forever have to live with the idea that he took Mitch Trubisky ten slots ahead of Patrick Mahomes and deshaun Watson we get and traded up one of the first round pick to move up one slot to get him really I'm just gonna put but it's over it's done with that I've been two thousand and seventeen fun ways to win football games and salvage I mean it and we talk about this during lunch again the like you know Matt Ryan pays to be feeling the heat a little bit right now right he knows he's got to win this year and this division is not a cake walk you've got a good Vikings team made the playoffs last year an actual Packers team within its energy efficient game last year this is not an all in move but this is a movie you have to make to put yourself back in the mix to be competitive and allow yourself to playing January football Soldier Field again they had to make so I had to make a move etrade you said what is it on the play calling which basically was a three year starter they had one winning season when I was at the Dauphin two years ago were playing against him we want him to throw the ball down the field to the left he couldn't do that he he was thirtieth in the league in average yards per attempt that's a critical statistic that compresses the field and the other thing about Ryan pace the fields point which is your locker room keeps your general manager there is a check and balance they have a championship defense to Ryan pace's credit he could walk into that locker so he felt we could go win with Mitch Trubisky after we have three years of a sample set now you walk and say Hey this guy's won a Super Bowl we have a real chance now it injects energy into that whole program it also has three years left on the contract with twenty one million guaranteed the falls also has the ability now to avoid the deal after either of the first two years in Chicago depending on his

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"etrade" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Small businesses the regulation right now the final a nail in the coffin so to speak to regulatory burden on some of these smaller banks doddfrank looks like it's about to get overturned in and picked apart enough that it's going to start to make sense for banks to take a sigh of relief in a breather and be a little bit more aggressive about lending so i think we're going to start to see that also begin to pick up the economy for the small business in the entrepreneur thank you dan you're welcome i appreciate the call great thank you god bless you as well sure appreciate you let me go to noel noel is calling us from texas they know well hi okay i am debt free and i don't know what do you have my money max out our retirement i have about two hundred thousand their home on three cars and like i'm bragging what will you do with your money so i don't even know how are you are you are you guys still working oh yes i'm only thirty eight okay all right so i would say that you need to continue doing what you're doing from a savings and investing standpoint max out your 401k's like you're doing your ira's keep asking them out i would have i would have an investment account at a good solid brokerage td ameritrade fidelity brokerage etrade one of those preferably but any good solid brokers firm i start learning systems start understanding the platform and start following some good longterm goals and asset allocation models for your age group i think you do very very well i would look at i assume based on how disciplined you've been i assume the avid good emergency savings.

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"etrade" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"If you understand that concept and you already know how to treat the financial markets at least you understand the core concept of white price moves right and that's all we do at the academy we have a patented strategy where we teach you how and why price moves and it's based upon a pretty simple concept it's supply and demand and if you can identify chart where it's likely that there are imbalances of supply and demand i guess what you've just identified you've identified where prices likely to change on a chart and if you can identify where prices likely to change on a chart then you can identify low prices so you can buy it wholesale and then turn around and sell it for retail in the android and that's what we do at the academy it's not rocket science it's the most difficult thing ever gonna learn in your tire life it is teaching people how to look at a price chart and how to identify whereas likely that the banks and institutions are buying and selling you know it's a competition if you think about it people show up to this exchange they put their product for sale on the exchange the exchanges just matching up buyers and sellers and but we're competing against each other and i say you know if you listen to this show in the commercial breaks were giving away some pretty cool things not the least of which is a workshop that we do at the academy for folks it's an introductory workshop to teach you how the markets work but you know when these workshops we explain to you how the banks and institutions consistently consistently make profits ryan how we don't want to compete against them you know successful trading and investing is simply the transfer of money from the account of the person the doesn't know what they're doing and into the account of the person dust manhattan wall street knows this and they exploit the hell out of it they know that there's thirty nine million retail traders out there that simply went out and funded an e trade account because they liked the commercial of the guide the dumbest kid in high school bottom boat right they think well if i fund my etrade account that i can have a boat to without even knowing what they're doing amazing film field i know where we risk real money without.

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"etrade" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"A lot of parenting wing a terror thank you are in local press um play like goldman how does the compared to the other financial philbrick question if you look at the exchanges which have been the dominant leadership in the financials there they look very much like tech tech stocks then if we look at a lot of the other brokers morgan stanley etrade schwab they've had big runs the great stocks are leading the sector i think that's where you want to be a goldman's a laggard i think it's an interesting aim at current levels goldman's definitely the laggard but what about jp morgan for example trades probably at a premium to the space the stock is now my my contention so is this a stock that states that are all time high for a period of time market doesn't allow you that long appeared to sell the highest which means by definition it's going higher right great points we can even extend that argument to technology where we have all these software names that have run and service stocks the market was very good coming off the lows in february going back to the old leadership so name like jp morgan you could say the same thing with bankamerica those are the leaders but if you're looking for names in your little nervous about stretching for stocks again i'm gonna come back i think one by one you see more and more financial start to improve and basin sort to break out i think woman's name mentioned the old leadership and in your presentation said over over extended software companies well are they call well i think that you've seen if we look at technology holy of software services to the secular leadership does wellknown environment when you get concerned about the cyclical back row backdrop the economy and when you look at semiconductors for example they peaked out in november went through 25 percent correction down there at shot in fresh highs and i was concerned about a when i think it was on the show last time somebody's name for wobbling you've got corrections and now the resuming leadership so tech in general is is still driving his leadership software i think its dominant leadership names like activation and electronic arts all starting to move out of these big trading ranges i think they're still timely robert thank you thank you for hours time are find scott too much.

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"etrade" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Way so ideally i think we're most people get stuck here and thinking the job is the only course of action is because they are more emotional than strategic most people who are successful think very strategically they're not worried about what's going to happen here they're like i mentioned earlier lot of our students come from different backgrounds different age groups the one thing they have in common is they're both wanting to learn his skill that they can use over and over again maybe teach their kids or grandkid's down the road and really there are mantra is they want a thrive instead of simply survive and it's interesting when you look at the wealthiest people out there the wealthiest people in the world and it was fun working with a group of instructors this weekend and i actually darren brought this up with our with our students he said you know were where's where's the most wealth created where the wealthy is people come from and the class you know we were talking about the financial markets in the classes first reaction was off from the financial markets stocks options that's where all the wealth created and he's like now not words comes from and it's a else a real open it's got to be real estate you know 'cause we just really think along these investing terms as far as what is the vehicle that goddess there rabieslike nope that's now we're talking about and he went back to like the base those the uh the gates the buffets and all these guys were they all have in common they run a business they run a successful business now what are they doing their businesses are very different but these are some of the wealthiest people in the world race specially his microstart stocks gone over me bill gates took another nice leap forward but in the end they run a successful business you can even go to buffets everyone says oh he etrade trade buys and sells stocks yeah kinda he pie he buys and sells companies he uses stocks and options do that but what i'm getting out of here is they all run a successful.

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"etrade" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on WGN Radio

"From from two thousand this ad from two thousand features a dancing chimpanzee and a winking admission from each trade that the company waste a two ductless lawyer two million dollars in the super bowl commercial aero that's good etrade did a lot of good commercials uh over the years for the super bowl there was a trade was talking beatty rife the tartan day i love that i don't care i know people hate it i love the deal like the talking baby on her a lamb and like the talk baby 1982 a pepsi would cindy crawford and then uh where's the beef nights boy that was a that was a super bowl ad wow i didn't know that there was this i didn't know that that was a super bowl ad question asked by actors claire polar 1984 became one of the most popular catchphrases of the decade okay all right thirty other commercials there from from last night dan that you want to that he wanted to mention here you know we hit the the mlk one i know is is getting a lot of heat your hours his kinda odd it's just a shame has for a car commercial cbs's like obviously very beautiful and what he said and yeah you know things like that and acknowledging the anniversary right you know you just kinda white would have been his competence to ram commercial right right and what did would you thinking about my commercials yeah they were pretty good they're always pretty good but i like as morale though like i had seen that one the day before continue to too night with the but now i saw two goes into the store to buy the gas twelve back and like i don't know it's just the the dili dili thing is like ridiculous how widespread that thing is i mean we were at a wedding three weeks ago and like every speech given by a male i will point out andy with dili dili now i am i was met with dili delis from the crowd right so belie a so far no issues they capture such magic in that first one that like you almost inevitably it had to be bad or not live up to expectations but it seemed like while they're really didn't gaurd were yeah i i.

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"etrade" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"To be able to be successful like wall street yeah and i might add chris again the the whole compound key component of all of this is you need to be educated in other words if you're if you don't plan on getting any education and you just open up a futures reflects account it's one of the worst things to try because its leverage if you don't have any edge caitian you don't know what a stop is for example which is again you always likened it to the emergency brakes sauna click on the car again it's the worst thing to trade because you can lose a lot more money but if you're an educated trader who does understand proper risk management you'd you understand what a stoploss is on a trade it's by far and away the best thing to trade is huge upside of course it is you have to be have to be able to do it because the financial markets are unpredictable to an extent in their risky and so of course you know you can learn to time the markets with the feared we high degree of accuracy begin are gonna be right 100 percent of the time and we need to protect our cells those times would were wrong on dragway wall street as it went on every trade goldman sachs does it went on every trade berkshire hathaway doesn't win on every trade and at the average retail investor out there thirty nine million of you guys treating from her etrade account you know went on very many trades item you'd also you needed annexed that risk and lift gate that risk milk mitigated as law key is that we make more money on our winners than we lose on our losers and that's what professional triggers do including of bankers on wall street right so you need to be able to identify imbalances of supply demand that's what moves price one way or the other and you want a big enough imbalance that has could have push price to a level that you could make a lot of money riot or at least more than your risk and so once you learn how to do that than you start to identify low risk trades that are low risk by nature high probability meeting.

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"etrade" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on WGN Radio

"End and ended really quick m m and painfully for a lot of people so that's it so that's a great example so uh the fed chairman in the late 90s exact timeframe that you're talking about sound greenspan right and he has that famous phrase of irrational exuberance in the in the markets he made that statement in 1990 six interesting the bear market didn't show up for another four years bright four years after he made that statement so trends in yandi invest markets trends can last a lot longer than a lot of us a lot of a snack interesting sawyer limit let me eyes were doing new year's resolutions here people are saying you know i need to get myself situated in okay fine i'm i'm i believe would march has said i'm not gonna guess the market i want to get involved but a lot of people they don't wanna use the financial advisor because they want to pay you mark they legs i can i can hey i i can open up my etrade account or whatever whatever discount brokerage you want to go with tv water whatever and verses okay i'm gonna give you what one percent or whatever you charge a what are you tell people who are sick the yield i can do this myself and i won't pay the fees and i'm going to be better off in the end of the world's a big place and there are and there are people that the just like to do this stuff on their own and and enhance your question about what do i tell them i tell them that you know have added that that's that's great and and wish them and wish them well the clients that we work with though are are more interested in and kind of outsourcing uh that uh that expertise and and i and i would say financial planning is a lot more than just buying a particular stock so other things about retirement retirement planning do you have the.

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"etrade" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"The bank ten thousand to keep from sitting the government 2500 and this guy thinks that's a positive transaction this is a moron well i appreciate your feedback i'm cannot math the followup question sure okay what are your thoughts um if we were to die ease the financial advisor on easing websites like etrade or scott trader fidelity to spend a since set up like simple roth ira raise or an esa first on our would do a good solution troopers on than those useless the guy who has district i personally use one that's why we have the smartvestor pros um we have them because the data tells us all the research tells us that when you have someone that has a value system that's aligned with yours in the can actually do maths um that has the heart of a teacher you sit down with them you are going to do better in your investment you're gonna be more likely to stick with your investments because their subject matter experts and um you know what is it to people higher personal trainer when they're losing weight and trying to get in shape they don't know how to count to ten of course in our count the ten lift in that weight who like her a one two three r my knows i counts ten but not everybody's the subject matter expert another by has good accountability and so the subject matter expert accountability in any field the that has a a heart of a teacher and that can add and that their value system aligns with you makes a ton of sense and so that's why we've had you know people helping with investments firm how no twenty years i've been doing this i'm not in the investment business i don't care what you do but the data all tells us all the research tells us that you will make more money with your investments for those reasons if you're with some one that smart 'nother first guide you met with not smart he's not he's a more seriously in debt for the tax benefit just can't two math i mean s and you're a financial got seriously now check check smartvestor at daveramsey dot com in front of smartvestor pro.

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"etrade" Discussed on Slate Money

Slate Money

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on Slate Money

"Bunch of money in the stock market by putting it in the stock market and the stock market rising is there a case of taking some of those profits and buying a new kitchen yeah i mean i i target again if it's not money you need it this was just like money you were kind of playing with then sure went out i mean that actually you could probably say that's what a lot of investment firms are doing right now they're sitting on a lot of cash because they made returns and they're taking it out holding it because there's nothing to invest in so i wanted jump inherit she's talking about taking money out of a 401 k coz she's worried about the market dropping if you do that you pay penalties and taxes and you may end up losing as much just from that as you would from a market correction it just i wouldn't do that i would just keep that money there you know if theoretically if you were talking about just taking money evan etrade account that might be that that was sort of what you said you're kind of play money that would be a different story i think in general i you know yeah they're doomsday prep result their low like horton call them what not because they think the world's gonna explode but if you're not going to go all i i a plan for the future is that there's going to be a future i think that's that's my general take on these things i would say there is a middle ground here that you use down to me like someone like everyone has a different risk tolerance a newfound to me like you're scared your risk tolerance is quite low and that's fine it is normal and reasonable an absolutely fine to have a relatively low risk tolerance that doesn't mean you shouldn't have a 401 k you should have a for on k but maybe it means the you'll 401 k shouldn't be as heavily invested in the stock market as may be yours is so.

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"etrade" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"What you know what's going on there so um i like a lot of people who bought on coin days which is the most popular exchange online exchange for buying this i've noticed lots of um outages on quaint they said you can't even access your account they're saying that because of this just surge in interest uh in all these cryptocurrencies their their servers are overloaded and you take it into your account which means you can't buy and you can't sell um and you know we've gotten very accustomed to the idea that no matter how turbulent markets are if you have a vanguard account infidelity etrade whatever your most of the time you can get in there and you can buy or sell uh it you know so we have do we have some things that happen your circuit breakers go into effect if there are sharp price drops in certain you know in stocks or something like that but for the most cart part um you can you can make transactions are not always at the price you want but at least you can you can make a transaction um and not that is why you know liquid wide liquidity matters so much liquidity can be very poor in uh these markets for cryptocurrencies uh and partly because of just because of technical outages and if you think about the inability to sell if you need to get kinda get your money out in a hurry beckoned beckoned really have a bad effect um kind of a towel tate affect if we're seeing what you might call a big selloff or something looks like a run in bitcoin or entities other currencies because if you're sitting there trying to sell at ten thousand you can't get in your account well the price keeps falling you don't get to lock in that price that you want to sell at uh you just sit there and watch the price go down so now it's eight thousand six thousand five four thousand two thousand and if we do that we have seen swings in bitcoin of that magnitude away sir and so you wanted to say.

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"etrade" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"And up to a few days for tavicici hit its target right we are going to take your prophets right exactly so that's what trading is it's frequent buying and selling in the financial markets and you know what is not rocket science by the way buying and selling we all know that we make money buying low in selling high it's just that simple it's just that the financial markets had their own language that makes it seem overly confusing and complied by the financial markets are risky by nature the just it just is i mean uh uh think about it in most free commerce markets the retail market for example in this country typically there's somebody who manufactures the product in that are retailers going to buy that product from manufacturer on a wholesale level and in turn around and sell it to the public for retake now in the financial markets there's not really well he's missing from the equation obviously companies can publish stocks put those on the on the free market for people to buy and sell um but i think he's really kind of missing is the is the is the public it's the retail person to person based paint retail best ought to say that people don't pay retail were even over retail for or financial products like stocks sure but what it what it means is that because everybody's just looking to buy and then we sell it will everybody's tried abide wholesale and seller retail nixon a happen in fact the average joe out there the person that's out there trading his own money in his etrade account their referred to by wall street as the retail trader knock it that's the to the term that they point for the average joe there and they like to buy wholesale that's what wall street as and sell it at retail to the retail trading community now you're right so that secret to it of course is to figure out will these banks and institutions by wholesale and we're there are likely to be buying and selling because they're the.

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"etrade" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The etrade baby what if you remember those ads where there's a baby can running around i think they still you they'd be the use the baby for a long time but the etrade baby was buying islands cardiac surgeons they were day trading in between heart surgeries a whole economy and the stock market was like it was like a wild party for a little while it was like the best party you've ever been too and you just kind of in the middle of a new immune realize what time it was in till somebody fell off a balcony the music stop in the cops gay that's or that's what happened greed just as wild this wild gree in these crazy expectations they just carry crept in and slowly got to the point where uh china cracked and the bubble define pots th the day of reckoning was applause in fact it took a decade it took her it took ten years to clean up after that party during are decades so that's that's a uh uh will we just one no two is that is that where we are today we are read the point of party were so he's about to fall balcony then the s p five hundred dropped almost fifty percent but even worse and that's part of what we're talking about today with fanta the fang stocks which is the topic of this very important discussion here today even worse the nasdaq heavily laid with tech tech tech all day when from over five thousand to about 1100 that's it over seventy five percent drop if you just on the nasdaq total wiped out today the nasdaq is up over four hundred percent whoa wait a minute four hundred percent since two thousand nine death so it's worth asking and worth worrying today about the same thing but it hey is fang you've heard of this facebook apple amazon netflixing gugel that's fang is fang said he up for something like that is something we were.

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"etrade" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"And every time i would call cucolo people would say i don't need you i'm doing better all on my own which is not something you could say even in the late eighties because you needed a broker tobias stock but that was tickets back to how things just changed so much that you didn't need financial vise or the also looking back and two people were doing well because they were concentrated in tech stocks once the downturn came they probably didn't do so and what so so many people did when they could start investing on their own was not investing on their own but day trading on their own rights kind of the first adoration of hey i can it i don't need a stockbroker i can do is by myself and let's ask anyone's permission what am i going to do these are not by and hold investors yes as the whole concept of day tradings kinda born in the 1990s when here's your etrade account or td ameritrade datek that was one of the big ones rain his here's your day take account what are you going to do you're just going to trade stocks all day and because there was so much momentum in tech stocks there were just going up day after day after day that mit just made the concept of day trading that much more enticing not only had the opportunity to date trade but hey maybe you could double your money a day or week but it does drouin all kinds of people who had no idea what they're doing or no business doing then early of year the bespoke investment group published a table of the composition of the sectors the sp 500 over various anchorman so you look back at 1990 tech stocks made up six point three percent of the sp 500 by 1995 or nine point three so growing by 1999 it was twenty nine percent of the sp 500 and the there have all the sectors going back to 1990 up until two thousand seventeen and at no point do you see any other sector making up that much of the sp 500.

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"etrade" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

Optimal Finance Daily

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on Optimal Finance Daily

"How to open a roth ira account to open up a roth ira find a brokerage account there are many out there so a highly suggest shopping around and taking a look at the options certain factors you want to consider when looking at brokers can be things like minimum investment fees customer service investment options and transaction fees a few brokers i suggest though are charles schwab vanguard and etrade these broker's offer fantastic customer service and are well known in the investment community for their great stock options special note most brokers typically have minimum amounts for opening a roth ira usually about three thousand dollars sometimes the wave the minimums if you set up an automatic payment plan depositing say one hundred dollars a month also is worth noting that there is currently a yearly maximum investment of fifty five hundred dollars to a roth this amount changes often those so be sure to check out the irs contribution limits page to keep updated now once your account is set up your money will just be sitting there you need to do things then number one set up an automatic payment plan so you're automatically depositing money into your rot second decide where to invest your off money technically you can be in stocks index funds mutual funds whatever but i suggest investing your money in a lowcost diversified portfolio that includes index funds such as the sp 500 the sp 500 averages a return of ten percent and is managed with barely any fees for more you can read my introductory articles on stocks and bonds and i will teach you to be rich dot com to gain a better understanding of your options i also created a video that will show you exactly how to choose a roth ira.

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"etrade" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on The Jump

"Cleveland and he's not playing slowed down hold a basketball either way a real temple as well so either way there's an adjustment to happen i'm with both the guys from the next there's no reason to rush into this could take your time and see what the lay of the land is like let's move onto the thunder russell westbrook's future means up in the air but opec isn't standing idly by last week they traded for paul george and then this week andre robertson agreed to a years thirty million dollar deal to remain with the team i can't believe i'm asking this they do you think you've done enough to convince wants to stay long terms i mean not for him to decide right today right when they did everything they possibly could to put their best foot forward and say we care about you we care about winning we got the barki guy this summer everybody wanted to move we got him that proves the type of franchise whereabouts kind of amazing that one year ago i mean is almost to the day a july fourth last year when kevin durant leaves and it took them less than a year to find a new star now i know he doesn't as paul george may not stay there i know russell westbrook may not stay there but the fact zero to do this in one year and those go back to some of the moves that allow that to happen just locking up all the depot on that contract cake is not going to contract with that and then had cost certainty with him in a way could flip him to indiana and they could take a chance on the who was you're coming home to resurrect his grip and getting said bonus in the in the draft etrade for serge ibaka the way that they've made those moves to a year outset them to be able to make a move like this and i like.

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"etrade" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"A tornado warning for alanon around when you're severe winters wlsam eight nine one sec we traffic solves or mother nature unleashes we've up with the latest traffic updates four times an hour john and rambling ray weekday mornings from six tilt on wlsam 890 of gave back to cubs visit with donald trump white house this is a great team he said and we played half the audio yeah already more correctly khor i mean i did play correctness i did right in my correct you are stated that correctly i guess is what i meant to say gentleman i would like to continue with the second half of it please so far we have learned he knows nothing he doesn't know the best hitter on the team is not even though chris brightest standing right next to him although he does the clear then that they probably have a lot of them probably a lot of good hitters very vague statements and then he's trying to summon the owner of the cleveland cavaliers have which by that i entered the building today and brendan greeley was going the cruiser why there what you got ta benin who met the emit met the ricketts kids and said they were from or they injury he introduced them to the governor of nebraska or something i gives yes really hard to there's always an ringgits connection in nebraska oh boy i think that's maybe were the dead started up mmhmm visit etrade as it etrade or ameritrade near a pretty good idea is a turned down the stairs i would say here's here's a great season he's like off the cubs already right because again i got i had no having cubs earth ready to say it's like when i would have to do a book report in school and didn't read the book news get right fillon with whatever this reg the meaning of this book is so meaningful lose great as a great book with lotta great team i don't know much about them all of the characters are good days and other women that that is the favorite billionaires dan komo the if reneged how would you like to take one of these baseball players in heavy be a basketball fled they saw this will strengthen book reminds me of the jordan rules another great.

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"etrade" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"etrade" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"And if you're a temples venue happy with that right i was the last arab emirates look it is right now and a full list with the last time to diminish soda temple wolves even got a whiff of mediocrity just a taste of media because i don't feel like they've had a great deal of experience with media other timbale wolves a shooin made the playoffs next year a shooin is a little bit of a stretch but i feel like they're in a position where they should be a flea often or the rarely should be legitimate playoff contender but as we talked about there's a chance for some real upheaval in the west depending upon how free agency shakes out so atrophy agency i think we'll get a better hand all right our twitter poll today on espn radio twitter account the question was who won jimmy butler trade in the options work bowls the temple wolves or the third option was that's not not how treats work in nerve the winner of course seventy percent said that the chambal wolves won the trade twenty two percent of of the audience voted for that's not how it works so kudos to them for understanding yes ed apparently no kudos for the bulls its role as a satellite as a lotta percent left or the bulls that has to be vetted though after the death etrade star player out imagine that that would reflect how the polls fans of and right now a sorry about that fell of it'll be okay you got you guys got something in return that's not the worst thing in the world so last night all marquel folks goals number one overall to the philadelphia seventy six years the sixers the process tears about time all the great stuff you got impede you've got to get um.

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