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"franklin templeton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Make sure the night on your fallen, But he's got great stuff in the athletic all the times to make sure the checking that out we'll get the latest. On spring training and other things and bags. You insist, courtesy of the Magus line. How are you? I'm doing good. You know, it's it's really funny. Whenever someone says, Hey, check out his stuff or or I like your stuff. I always think it's a funny word. It just strikes me as funny like, I'm glad you like my stuff. It's kind of a George Carlin thing right my stuff and it's an all encompassing word because it's just it's everything. That's kind of what I said. But I guess it's kind of a lazy word. I could be more specific of your stuff like I'm looking at your I'm looking at it right now. So I could I could say something specific, I suppose. But did you like the stuff? That's all that matters? It is. I guess that is all that matters. Hey, we can drill down on the Giants in just a second. I was reading Obviously Ellen Relic his piece yesterday. In the athletic where he said you talked to, sources have said, no D H, no playoffs, and I always think to myself that deals get done when they have to get done, and last year got done at the last minute, But he's saying that it's not going to get done. So is this absolute? This is not gonna get done, and we're gonna move forward. And obviously we talked about this before the team that is probably most affected by not getting expanded. Playoffs is the giant. So in your mind, is this it? There's gonna be no more negotiation before the season starts. I mean, he did leave that little bit of an out saying, you know, something can happen at the last minute, so in which which you have to do because I could have it. It's not saying that it's impossible that something could happen. But you know, the expectation all along was that they didn't reach the agreement early enough. You know, it really would be throwing a wrench into a lot of teams plans that all the sudden tell him, Okay, You're gonna have a th now or to tell them, um you know that expanded postseason and if they were expand rosters that would certainly threw a wrench other craft in the plan. I don't think I'm gonna do that either. Um, Yeah, right now, it just I think that's just crystallizes What we already sort of new and We're sort of assuming by this point, which is no agreement, so it's not gonna happen. But, yeah, like you said, there's still there's still a little sliver of time before opening day, So there's always the possibility of something could change expectations that it won't What's strange about it, I guess. And I guess this does because we've been hearing about this for a long time. And you certainly know this better than I would. But there is such a Disconnect between owners, players, etcetera, and I would think maybe I'm wrong, and you could correct me. But it seems like this would be pretty simple that that you'd want the d h that you could make this trade that they could find some sort of middle ground on trade in D H for expanded playoffs, But yet they can't Which to me is going to be a major problem. If they can't negotiate some like this. Then after this season, how they're going to be expected to negotiate the things that they have to negotiate to get baseball going again. Well, that's that's the bigger context. Right? This is the last year of the collective bargaining agreement, and they think basically both sides are organ and dig in because they know that that's going to be probably a messy affair. It doesn't mean it necessarily is going to end poorly. They could come to an agreement. But I don't think anybody expects the negotiations are going to be quick and clean and let's shake hands and go have a martini together. But you know what? You don't start those negotiations before you have to, And you certainly don't give up any of your bargaining chips before you have to, And that's the way the players are looking at this. They know that the owners Really want expanded postseason. They know it's big time revenue grab for them. They're not quite sure if they're gonna get a portion of the of that revenue that really is sort of commensurate with what he deserves. So you know for them, too. To take the D H as a concession for opening the door to expanded playoffs. They don't feel this affair concession. They feel that that's you know that's peanuts compared to what they would be agreeing to and what the ways that that would benefit the teams in the league. Andrew Magalie is joining us is do those every Friday. Pop him one here on the SportsCenter. We're gonna get to baseball, I promise. But I just saw this a few minutes before he had John so I haven't had the opportunity to read the whole thing. But it's a great piece that people should read because it's it's important. Johnson's first interview since taking over as giant's chairman of the board, and obviously, when you hear that, you start thinking about political contributions. What do you say in that in that regard, and how do you think this all Effects. Everything is far as those go because obviously that that was a big conversation piece. Yeah, I mean, it's been a big change in in in corporate governance for the Giants. Some of this is just sort of you know, corporate governance is is the league basically wanted each of the team's control people, uh, which really is the person who has a vested power in our organization has the voting rights that organization with an MLB attends the owners meetings, etcetera. They want that person to really be a principal owner or is close to a principal owner. As possible. And, you know, at the start of 2019 Larry Baer was the control person. He was CEO. And he does have an ownership stake in the team. But it z, you know, single digits s. Oh, it's it's not like he was really sitting that paradigm. The Giants were sort of an exception. Too. It will be wanted. And then the incident happened with Larry and with his wife and he was suspended it, Rob Dean. Um you know who is Harmon Burns is Late. Harmon Burns, his son in law, who owns a big chunk of the team, along with his wife. He became the control person on an interim basis on and I think that was gonna happen anyway, regardless of the incident with Larry, that they were going to make this governance change and then and then Ah Greg Johnson was appointed in November of 2019, but didn't start officially until February of 2020, because that's when he officially stepped down as a CEO of Franklin Resource is Franklin Templeton and S O..

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:02 min | 3 months ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on KGO 810

"Let's take a telephone call here on the wreck. Gentleman show heading off the Seattle Washington chat with Kyle, who's on the phone. Welcome to the program. Kyle, How are you? Good. How are you doing? Well, thanks so much for calling in today. How can I help you? Thanks for having me if only you always here. I have no, actually a few questions if that's okay. So the first one I have some money from previous employers tied up in a My question was originally question was until I listen to your program last week, and he didn't seem to home and raw Who is it worth it to take it from an irate To a Roth and hope that I get 20% return a year, So there's about $10,000 in those funds. And with the 20% return over 30 years, it should be close to three or $4 million. But he didn't take too happy with Ross. So I wanted to get you on. And put on that If you think it's something we're doing or so just keep it in our very well. They're two separate questions here. One is the account registration. The second is the rate of return on the investment strategy. So let's talk about the account registration first. There's no particular benefit tax wise to moving money from an IRA to a Roth. Ah, lot of folks think that their tax rate and retirement will be lower than their current tax rate. But the academic data tells us that that is not true, and it is also not predictable because we don't know what future tax rates are going to bay. So unless you are currently in a very low tax bracket, which I define his 15% or less. I don't see any particular motivation for converting to the Roth because the act of converting forces you to pay taxes right now. I don't see the point in paying attacks today that you don't have to pay any taxes are mandatory in this country. Why pay a tax? That's optional, so I would not do the Roth. The second part of your question has to do with the rate of return you're going to earn and you've suggested earning 20% a year. What makes you think you're capable of earning 20% a year? Honestly, I don't know. I previously have heard like Franklin Templeton can get somewhere between 16 18 So 20 against more hope, Holden and probably realistic anymore. Franklin Templeton is one of the largest mutual fund companies in America. And I assure you they have never said that they're capable of generating for you 16 18% a year they have never said that. So where did you hear that? From? Obviously this is friends and family and stuff talking. So that's why when I heard it, I had the same same reaction was like that. Can't be. Yeah. So let me tell you what's going on. Kyle. Your friends and family owned some mutual funds at Franklin Templeton and in 2020. They very well may have earned 16 or 18%. They may have learned even farm or than that, depending on when, during the year they invested in 2020. If they invested in April or may and held to December, they may have earned 50 or 60%. If they held throughout the entire calendar year in some of the Franklin Templeton stock funds, they may have earned 16% because guess what? That was the average return of the S and P 500 last year. Last year was a very good year for the stock market, whether you were in the whole calendar year or only a smaller portion of the year. And people who do not have a lot of investment experience might look at that and say, Gosh, that must be the way it always works. Well, it isn't the average return of the stock market since 1926. 10% a year and that's the best performing asset class in the world. Stocks outperform BONDS Real estate oil, gold commodities Foreign securities government securities You name it. Since 1926 stocks have been the best performing asset class with the return of on Lee. I'll put that in quotes on Lee 10% per year, So if somebody thinks that they're gonna be able to produce 15, or 20% a year over a 30 year period They're setting themselves up for disappointment because it's not going to happen. Now That doesn't mean you shouldn't invest with Franklin Templeton. Oh, doesn't mean you shouldn't invest in the stock market. I just want to level set your expectations, And regardless of what those returns may prove to be that doesn't have any influence on whether you do an IRA or a Roth IRA or anything else because the IRA is nothing but a glass. What you pour into the glass, the liquid, you poor, whether it's beer, vodka. Apple cider or water That's totally different from the glass itself. So you've got two issues. What kind of glass do you want? An IRA or a Roth and what liquidy you gonna pour into the glass? My preference is that you keep it as an IRA and you pour into that glass of variety of liquids. That's how you get diversification, a blended balanced portfolio that features a variety of asset classes because different asset classes not only have different return potential, they also have different risk exposure. Different tax implications. Different liquidity notions. So different investments have different features. That's why all these different investments exist. Some people like some features. Other people like other features. On a blended basis, You'll have kind of the best of both worlds. No one thing can do a lot of damage. You know, It's like 12 eggs and 12 baskets. So I think what you need to do is quit listening to your family and friends. And that's why I'm so glad you called me today. I am, too and my other on that topic. The other option with it is it is about $10,000 between the two A. I want to take it and invested in the pasta like unusual phone, such as exponential technologies or something like that. Well, I'm a big fan of all the above. First of all, Let's make life a little simple and consolidate these different I raise into a single IRA. There's no reason to have two separate IRA accounts because that's just two separate sets of paperwork. Two different sets of everything. You've got to pay attention to. You can consolidate, put all the money into a single IRA, and that way it becomes easier to manage, and you could have a variety of investments in a single IRA. You mentioned exponential technologies. I think everybody knows. I'm a huge fan of exponential technologies. I literally wrote the book on Exponential Technologies called the Truth about your Future and I am personally very heavily invested in exponential technologies on the broad array of investments associated with all that we need to recognize they are higher in risk than Other investment areas because of the inherent nature of what they're doing, And so it's riskier. No question about it, but I believe the outsized return is also higher. So you've got to decide if your risk tolerance is okay with that asset class. Or I would say that that the theme of investing on if I think it's kind of perfect for an irate because, by definition, you have a very long time horizon, and so a diversified fund or syriza of funds in the exponential technology space Can make a lot of sense for an IRA account. I think that's good thinking, and there are a variety probably a couple of dozen different mutual funds that exist in the exponential technology space. You could go into a one that's broad that covers..

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Woman fired from job after calling 911 on black man in park

Curtis Sliwa

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Woman fired from job after calling 911 on black man in park

"The New York City Human Rights Commission is investigating that controversial incidents Central Park earlier this week in which a white woman call the cops on a black man video taken by him shows Amy Cooper on the phone with their dogs saying she was being threatened that her life was being threatened the man says that is a bird watcher he'd simply asked her to put the dog on a leash there are signs up all over the place Cooper's since apologized surrendered her dog to an animal rescue and has been fired from her job as VP at Franklin Templeton

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on V103

V103

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on V103

"It will be cloudy all day maybe a chance of rain coming up a little bit later on today well last night Ramona did it what ro James last night and we're doing it yet again big takers back hosting the V. one oh three Verizon artists lounge on V. one oh three side G. page he's gonna have wrote to me on yep and it all goes down Thursday night tomorrow night at eight o'clock make sure you are listening and watching at V. one oh three Atlanta the IG page all right so let's listen yesterday we we had a long talk yesterday and we were really talking about the woman who basically called the police in Central Park saying she was being assaulted by a black man completely alive but she was using a very hurried scared high pitched tone like she was being raped or something and basically just lying using her what they call it now her white privilege to basically scare and knowing that that is a very scary thing to a black person that when the cops they automatically come in they automatically assume that you are the culprit right away well her job yep the lady's name is Amy Cooper she basically apologized she said I sincerely and humbly apologize to everyone especially to that man and his family it was unacceptable and humbly and fully apologize to everyone who has seen the video and everyone that's been offended adding everyone thinks of me in a lower light and I understand she basically said she wasn't a racist okay so she wasn't a races but she used the fact that he was a black man and told him I'm a call the police and tell my B. and assaulted by a blue that man like you know like that's come on man so anyway her job Franklin Templeton has announced that she's been fired from her job following our internal review they said of the incident and Central Park on Monday we have made the decision to terminate the employee involved effective immediately the investment firm double down and said we do not tolerate racism of any kind at Franklin Templeton yep that's what it is also appears there she was shamed into returning her rescue dog that she was out at the park with she was dragging the dog around looking like she was abusing the dog to the abandoned angels Cocker spaniel rescue bank has reported that she adopted the pop in two thousand and eighteen and just hours after the video went viral she surrendered the dog in question to the rescue while this matter is being addressed they say the dog is now in a rescue care and safe and in good health.

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Woman fired from job after calling 911 on black man in park

Steve Harvey

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Woman fired from job after calling 911 on black man in park

"Health you remember her the woman in the center of a dog confrontation in New York city's Central Park she's being fired from a job at investment firm Franklin Templeton Anne Cooper who is white was seen on video calling the NYPD and accusing a black man of threatening her and her dog after the man asked her to put a dog on a leash his recording myself and my daughter meantime the animal rescue group said Cooper voluntarily surrendered the dog in the video Cooper's employer said we do not tolerate racism of any

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up with Franklin Templeton and like Mason the latest to cross the tape plus we'll take a look at Walmart disappointed with the results gets remaining resilient into the trading of the day right now let's head over to Greg Jerry to get some numbers on the trading of the day great stock still down these of apple said sales would miss forecasts that spooked investors would go for a limited economic impact from that the corona virus that originated in China treasuries up the dollar is stronger as well right now apple let's take a quick look at apple's down two and a quarter percent would you believe the Milken institute does Wilmer he does not see much of a fast recovery from the coronavirus effect on the markets when all of this is over the shape of side I had very doubts about we don't know the transmission mechanism I don't know the time profile of this new virus that the V. shaped assumption that most with financial markets of making I think it's way too optimistic given the lack of facts and the lack of transparency that's funny stories of have been having we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio SP five hundred down four tenths of a percent about thirteen dollars down six tenths of a percent at a hundred eighty in the vast extent two tenths of a percent of seventeen ten years up twelve thirty seconds the yield is one point five four percent West Texas intermediate crude is down three quarters of one percent fifty one sixty seven over with comics gold up one point one percent at sixteen oh three eighty per ounce the dollar yen as OR one nine eighty one the euro dollar eight twenty two and the British pound about thirty thirty five that's a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg markets continues now with Lisa and Paul thank.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on WTOP

"On news that Franklin Templeton we'll buy it for four and a half billion dollars that'll create a mutual fund manager giant with one point five trillion dollars investor money under management leg Mason traces its roots back to eighteen ninety nine as a predecessor company selling stocks of the Baltimore stock exchange two big Dow stocks are weighing on the markets this morning Walmart is down after holiday sales missed estimates apple is down after saying fallout from the corona virus in China will mean it Mrs sales targets this quarter apple accounts for about seven and a half percent of the Dow's movement Walmart is two point eight percent opening bell in four minutes and our futures are down one hundred fifty points just label WTOP news straight ahead after traffic and weather tomorrow night's democratic candidates debate in Las Vegas will feature a new face it's nine twenty six hi I'm owner a new look home design vacations are pretty low when it comes to contractors think about someone comes out to your house to give me a refund they walk around the house and they say imagine if you went to the grocery store and the cashier looked at your carton said about a hundred Bucks I mean I like the beat the scanning process it feels accurate and new look we do it right we use state of the art software to build a detailed estimate outlining every major point of the roof and provide you with a full measure report so just like at the grocery store you see exactly what you're paying for and our goal is always to do it for less so this week save fifty percent on all roofing materials they get no payments no interest until twenty twenty one.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The company for about a half a billion dollars, right between four seventy five and five hundred twenty five million dollars I remember the company like. Most gun manufacturers reeling in and out of bankruptcy Defaulting on debt who who controls it now, for some investment company I believe I believe their. Own privately which which again when you're frankly hones, in? Its Franklin the mutual fund company I think is right who who, owns a darn thing but they don't want to sell it and again it's not Franklin Templeton Franklin Templeton mutual fund right. So it's not publicly owned in terms of public avail traded stock so they can do whatever they want but if they don't wanna sell I thought they had an interesting. Way of playing this though they played the politically correct card by saying that well they're going. To stop the sale of, a ar fifteen style. Weapons? And focus more and police in defense contracts with they're also, going to make it the smart, guns right they they wanted. To convert the whole line over to smart guns which? Would be that gun wouldn't work unless it was in the hand of the owner who had a licensed to carry and what's interesting is so smart guns have failed to make. A lot of headway because of opposition from groups like the National Rifle Association Interesting case but at the bottom line is, when, you're dealing with companies their own privately in this case by mutual, fund company but not a publicly available stock they. Don't have to sell the bay keep it as, long? As they want if whatever price slow it's really j. p. Morgan, Chase and Franklin Templeton they must feel that there's something they're working on that makes it worth a lot more money yeah. They must feel that the this the prices inadequate because let's face it very at some point everything is for sale price kindergarten anymore there Evidence that the economy is, hopping well take a look at the, restaurant is industry I mean restaurants sales. Are web good time, to be a restaurant owner good time via waiter. Good time to be really in any capacity in the restaurant business because they're making money one. Of, the greatest tests of the economy, in my opinion is how a restaurants doing because let's face. It eating out is the ultimate discretionary. Item So luxury you don't It's an affordable one if I got a few extra, bucks in my pocket I go out a couple of times a week instead of once a. Week at the margin it's a big difference and it doesn't take a whole lot to drive. That increased a, business and right now restaurants are, seeing that extra business big time sales over the last twelve months have come in an eight percent gain four times faster. Than a year ago that is a great litmus test for how well the economy is, doing and more importantly how well people. Feel about spending money that's that's loose change money that you don't feel bad about, going, out and spending hey we have a poll, question going on today which is related to Costco. And BJ's wholesale club I'm a member of, BJ's and I been in Costco's around the. Country they're pretty good but I. Prefer BJ's we would like to know what you prefer do you. Prefer shopping at a BJ's club or do you prefer. Shopping at a Costco. Club thus far according to our poll which is at, financial exchange show dot com fifty.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"In a challenging and exciting career one where you can be part of solving complex challenges across industries and geographies and yet another blow to egypt's poorest citizens the electricity ministry is announcing a price increase of up to sixty nine percents starting july first the subsidy cuts are the latest efforts to curb spending the economic reform plan is backed by the imf and aims to boost revenue and investment while reducing the fiscal deficit so with us as the managing director for frontier and meena at franklin templeton bestseller the reform process moving from strength to strength arguably in egypt but there is the concern that if you move too fast you might see the kind of backlash that we saw the last couple of weeks and in jordan we don't think that's likely at the moment these electricity hikes have been widely positioned in the past we've seen we expect fuel hikes to come as well egypt has done a great job of being able to bring down its inflation to its lowest level of about eleven point six percent which is enabled the central bank to cut rates so these these these have been highlighted in the past we think that he was on a growing trajectory expect gdp growth to grow five and a half percent which is substantially higher than than jordanian economic growth and the benefits of that to be widely felt throughout the economy so we don't see the twos being very closely correlated well we have seen a bit of a sell off and egyptian stocks across the board this is not focused on a particular sector what's happening here is this just a reality of profittaking after what has been a very still a rally or is it perhaps it change of interest and of the mci decision.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Markets bond index you've got the mci total return index and then you line and yellow that is really standing out from the other two that is the dow jones koop told return x reinvest index i want you to put some perspective to this what's the key takeaway that clients should have from this chart basically that bond markets are safer than equity markets isn't it i mean we have basically been sleeping quite well over the past few months you've had a lot of negative news surrounding interest rate hikes there's been a lot of anxiety around the director for inflation and its impact on rates you've had also quite a bit of uncertainty tehran what the right librium is for asset prices so there's been a lot that's been impacting markets and it's been quite negative over the po quite volatile over the past few months you look at those charts and you realize down one percent over you know during this entire period shows the resilience shows lower volatility shows also that diversification benefits that you get by investing in the space so when i look at that i actually got quite a bit of comfort if this is going to be a difficult time then you know what i look forward i think about exactly what happened last night which was which is quite the hawkish sorry a dovish feds i mean they're basically acknowledges that they don't see the threat of fishing really rising rapidly so you kind of going to now start taking away the risk of much higher rates going forward and we'll talk about the credit cycle here being quite constructive or on an improving trajectory i think we have all the ingredients to have a pretty good two thousand eighteen thank you very much they're giving us the very latest view on the fed and bonds in space down here do comfort from franklin templeton what have we got let's see what.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The total return index and then you line and yellow that is really standing out from the other two that is the dow jones sukuk toll return x reinvest index i want you to put some perspective to this what's the key takeaway the client should have from this charter basically that bond markets are safer than equity markets isn't it i mean you we have basically been skipping quite well over the past few months you've had a lot of negative news surrounding you know interest rate hikes there's been a lot of anxiety around the director for inflation and its impact on rates you've had also quite a bit of uncertainty around what the right equillibrium is for asset prices so there's been a lot that's been impacting markets and it's been quite negative over the po quite volatile over the past few months you look at those charts and you realize you know down one percent over you know during this entire period shows the resilience shows a lower volatility shows also diversification benefits that you get by investing in the space so when i look at that i actually got quite a bit of comfort if this is going to be difficult time then you know what i look forward and i think about exactly what happened last night which was which is you know quite a hawkish sorry dovish feds i mean they're basically acknowledged yesterday that they don't see the threat of inflation really rising rapidly so you kind of built announced are taking away the risk of much higher rates going forward and when we talk about the credit cycle here being quite constructive or on an improving trajectory i i think we have all the ingredients that have a pretty good two thousand eighteen thank you very much for giving us the very latest view on the fed and bombs in space down here comfort from franklin templeton let's see what the region man talk about kuwait because we've been telling.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"So we tend to be more prudent and less speculative with investors money when it comes to things like that were not likely to buy those high pu ratio so all of that being said you and i've been talking about price to earnings ratios which is the p ratio in the fundamentals in the math the reality is is that when we talk engineer terms like the market is trading at twenty one times earnings or twenty two times earnings when historically its traded a fifteen or sixteen or so times earnings uh all all of that is of little relevance if if you have a personal situation where he of x amount of dollars saved you plan i'm retiring and few years unietd x amount of dollar so live off what does any of that matter who refers to episode that all wires our joy a it boils down to an individual situation so we can identify on the show we can identify where we feel opportunities may exist in the marketplace does mean they'll come true tomorrow or the next by meant it could take five years it could take fifty years i don't know but we look at the fundamentals but that doesn't mean you should change your financial plan based on something you saw the news or heard on the radio or reading the newspaper heard at work or whatever you really need to sit down we we feel very strongly about this of franklin templeton with financial official licensed individual like yourself and look at your personal situation then you build your portfolio based signed your risk tolerance your goals your needs you know we were talking about that tech bubble the late 90s everyone remembers i mean i i i view financial players like you all the time and they used to tell me how little old ladies were coming in dropping off traction telling them that their grandson told the by.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And the operational side of the businesses a distraction necessary one look a tory one but nevertheless a distraction so by bringing in ryan parker who was he previous he was at el pl precisely and before that which had 17 gene thousand i think 15000 financial advisers i organization prior to that uh uh frank russel uh one of the biggest firms in our industry and before that franklin templeton one of the biggest mutual fund companies the market 20year executive fabulous guy very skilled and talented who's now running from daytoday swat on have to deal with all of that and i have my financial planning team working with my clients for the most part and so i can focus my energies and attention on bigger picture stuff that is really going to move the needle for america and not just our firms but all of america dealing with the major challenges revealing the fuel to personal finance you're now twenty point six seeking i always afraid to round up but twenty let's call 21 it depends on what the market the today 2021 billion while it's one hundred million against that swinging 5 percent a day if as being twentyfive but when did that really ramp up if you launch thirty one years ago was it was it that hockey stick growth immediately was it a long slow process tell us about what that growth curve looked like it has been growing steadily on growth was never our goal jim i rule simple about it we said look we're going to help people and if somebody asked for our help and we don't have the capacity to help them will grow will add a financial planner who.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The collagen buying homes and caring for aging parents that's the fun that's what we all get into financial planning and the operational side of the businesses a distraction necessary one mcnuggets horii won but nevertheless a distraction so by bringing in ryan parker who is he previous eu is at l p l pre hasley and before that which had seventeen thousand i think 15000 financial advisers i'll organization prior to that uh uh frank russel uh one of the biggest firms in our industry and before that franklin templeton one of the biggest mutual fund companies to market 20year executive fabulous guy very skilled and talented who's now running the firm daytoday swab don't have to deal with all of that and i have my financial planning team working with my clients for the most part and so i can focus my energies and attention on bigger picture stuff that is really going to move the needle for america and not just our firms but all of america dealing with the major challenges we're dealing in the field of personal finance you're now twenty point six seek i always afraid to round up but twenty let's called 21 it depends on what the market the today twenty twenty one billion well it's one hundred million aids not swinging five percent of the day difference 24 not but when did that really ramp up if you launch thirty one years ago was it was it that hockey stick growth immediately was it a long slow process tell us about what that growth curve looked like it has been growing steadily on and it will growth was never our goal jimmy lai roof simple about it we said look we're going to help people and if somebody asked for our help and we don't have the capacity to help them will grow will add a financial planner who.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kids in the collagen buying homes and caring for aging parents that's the fun that's what we all get into financial planning and the operational side of the businesses a distraction necessary one nugatory one but nevertheless a distraction so by bringing in ryan parker who is he previous he was at l p l previously and before that which had 17 back and i think 15000 financial advisers i l organization prior to that uh uh frank russel uh one of the biggest firms in our industry and before that franklin templeton uh one of the biggest mutual fund companies to america twenty year executive of fabulous guy very skilled and talented who's now running the firm daytoday swat on have to deal with all of that and i have my financial planning team working with my clients for the most part and so i can focus my energies and attention on bigger picture stuff that is really going to move the needle for america and not just our firms but all of america dealing with the major challenges were dealing in the field of personal finance you're now twenty point six seeking i always afraid to round up but twenty let's call 21 it depends on what the market the today twenty twenty one billion well it's one hundred million aids that swinging 5 percent a day there has been 20th runoff but when did that really ramp up if you launch thirty one years ago was it was it that hockey stick growth immediately was it a long slow process tell us about what the growth curve looked like it has been growing steadily on growth was never our goal jim i roof simple about it we said look we're going to help people and if somebody asked for our help and we don't have the capacity help them will grow will add a financial planner who pin assessed and wool stop growing when people stop asking for help but.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The collagen buying homes and caring for aging parents that's the fun that's what we all get into financial planning and the operational side of the businesses a distraction necessary one look like a tory one but nevertheless a distraction so by bringing in ryan parker who is he previous eu is at el pl precisely and before that which had 17 gene thousand i think 15000 financial advisers il organization prior to that uh uh frank russel uh one of the biggest firms in our industry and before that franklin templeton one of the biggest mutual fund companies to america 20year executive fabulous guy very skilled and talented who's now running from daytoday swat on have to deal with all of that and i have my financial planning team working with my clients for the most part and so i can focus my energies and attention on bigger picture stuff it is really going to move the needle for america and not just our firms but all of america dealing with the major challenges revealing the fuel to personal finance you're now twenty point six seeking i always afraid to round up but twenty let's call 21 it depends on what the market the today 2021 billion while it's one hundred million needs that swinging 5 percent a day if it's been twentyfive but when did that really ramp up if you launch thirty one years ago was it was it that hockey stick growth immediately was it a long slow process tell us about what that growth curve looked like it has been growing steadily on growth was never a goal jim i rule of simple about it we said look we're going to help people and if somebody asked for our help and we don't have the capacity to help them will grow will add a financial planner who pm assessed.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Financial crisis citigroup as you may recall back in two thousand eight and two thousand an idol lost a lot of money wayne more money than city clinton used to offset its corporate income taxes in those years so in those cases these massive losses become taxloss carryforwards we'll city shares extended declines and closed down almost one and a half percent after that news doug well let's stay with with the policy debate right now because we have a house and senate lawmakers set did this week to begin reconciling their tax bill ways and means chairman this would be in the house kevin brady saying that the discussions now are on a compromise that would allow individual tax payers to deduct a portion of their state income tax however under one of these plans they would lump that state income tax deduction with the property tax deduction the ladder already capped at ten thousand dollars so at the end of the day paul this might not do very much to ease the pain especially in high tech states and and as you were saying earlier us equities stand the tide after that big selloff we had an asia yesterday as we move into a asian trading day his little bit of insights mark mobius executive chairman at franklin templeton says he's bullish on emerging markets we go see at least twenty percent more growth in emerging modest going forward as we have an surpassed the two thousand seven he kiddo so bad scott happened mobius by the way says the two big risks to financial markets on north korea and global hackers he spoke of.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Whitaker yesterday franklin templeton announced eric bell chewed his tweeted franklin templeton shas vanguard of the whole world literally launching dirt cheap country etf this week three or four times cheaper than peers nine pieces points so you hear three to four times cheaper than peers but then you see the spread it's you know where does this and are we going to see negative fees for etfs by the way before we get into that we talk about the fact that he can now use a company name as a verb so van guarded i saw the other day that someone got amazon yeah i do know that i didn't know this was a thing can we say that we rid hold someone what does that flat let's not go there it could okay anyway no i think it makes saying it's like this is the best thing that could happen to individual investors probably in some ways i mean investing is going to be free if it's not already it's a rounding air so in the grand scheme of things it's great but at a certain point does it really mattered though i mean i think at this point as more of a distraction if you're monitoring billions of dollars than a few basis points makes a huge difference bought for normal people whether you're in a country etf at twenty two basis points or nine basis points like honestly that is not true to your life at all right in and the thing is especially with these type of etf so people are using these to trade them y'all into makeup making implicit bet somewhere they're not using them for long term investing more you know more than likely in in most cases so.

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"franklin templeton" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"franklin templeton" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"News but we are getting a lot of political news not only the macro and i guess victory in france the question is wasn't as much of a victory as some people had expected for all marsh but also of course brexit negotiate asians beginning today in brussels david zahn is here he's the head of a fixed income for frankly frank franklin templeton european fixed income franklin templeton i wanna ask you david first off about the expectations for brexit i mean post disastrous uk election do investors better softer brexit or is it just that uncertainty is up across the board well i think that most investors are looking for a softer brexit no and i think that's what the markets were telling us with with a pound is done and what the the stock market has done however i i think people are underestimating that we could have a hard brexit just because we could get to the end of the negotiating year period which is only two years less than that now and we don't have a deal because there's a lot of things that need to be negotiated over that time period this is where we have time with the eu allow that to happen i mean they don't want an incredibly hard brexit at least it doesn't seem like that would be very beneficial to the european union economy won't they give the okay a little bit more time rather than going out without a deal at all well i would hope that they would but remember in order to get an extension of this negotiation period the other 27 countries all have to unanimously agree that there should be an extension and getting twenty seven people to agree on anything is quite difficult and the jam i guess is that said the divorce bail com the sations take up a large amounts of the time.

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