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"john connolly" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:41 min | 2 d ago

"john connolly" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Host. Kenmore, Rafe. Thank you, Jack. And, you know, ladies and gentlemen on this show, we like our bonds shaken and not stirred. And, you know, apparently, all those other financial shows they stir their bonds. Did you know that Jack, they stir them? John Connolly would not approve. He would not be happy and you don't well, he's here in spirit, and he would not be happy. I can tell you I can speak on his behalf. Anyway, We are back. I am camera, the host, and I am a founder and senior retirement planner of retirement planners of America, and we are a firm that specializes in retirement planning. And so that means we work primarily with people who are over 50, who are retired or retiring soon. And we have two goals. We have actually won over our king goal. And that is we want to facilitate your second childhood without parental supervision. Okay, so I kind of think about what that means to you. And whatever that is. Does that mean playing golf spending time with grandchildren? Travel? Um, whatever it means, right? Anything But Pickleball, by the way, I'm totally against pickleball. I can't Why people love it. I'm a tennis player. I guess I'm a snob that pickleball anyone's talking to climb. He told me can you ought to try it? It's a lot of fun. Maybe I'll be big playing pickup ball at some point myself, too. But right now, I'm just I'm a snob. I'm a tennis player. Okay, But anyway, whatever your second childhood is about, we want to facilitate that for you. We want you to have financial peace of mind. And very importantly, we want your money toe last as long as you do. And all of that is what we were fully engaged in and financial times. Actually, three times name just one of the top 300 advisory firms and we're very proud of that designation. But, you know, without our beloved and most valued clients, we would be nowhere. So all your clients we love you love you love you and we thank you. If you're not a client again, our website is our p o a dot com All right. So I was recently interviewed by Victoria Cannon, who is a reporter at U. S News and World Report. Anyway and so her she asked me the question was, is the 60 40 portfolio dead? And my answers are as follows. Okay, So the first question, she said, is generally what is a 60 40 portfolio and what is the benefit that it would offer investors? And my answer. What is was the 60 40 portfolio is what is commonly known as a growth and income portfolio. So the protocol is that the first number is stocks and the second number is bonds. So if you're 60 40, it means that you're 60 and growth and 40 in income. So it's a growth and income. You put the growth word first. The assumed benefit for investors is that you are more heavily weighted towards growth to compensate for inflation, because generally you might be a younger person. And when I say younger 60 years old is what I think of when I say that it is also presumed to diversify against large downside, since stocks and bonds tend to move in different directions, although they didn't last week. So Western number two. Why is 60 40 portfolio no longer a good option for investors, especially as they construct a portfolio for retirement. And I said, No, I don't and I don't agree with the premise of your question. 60 40 portfolio is still a good option for investors, in my opinion, who are retired or retiring soon, but this depends upon the rate of return and the risk that is appropriate for them, okay. And so we call this number. The hurdle rate. What rate of return? Do we need to support your lifestyle? So if someone's hurdle rate is 2%, for example, we may need no stock market for that. But on the other hand, if they're hurdle rate is five or 6% that we may need some. So the percentage that you put into the stock market in our view is dependent on how much risk you need to take. How much is appropriate to achieve your goals. So then, she says, what market factors are making the 60 40 portfolio problematic or what might an investor who uses a strategy be missing out on And I said, Basically Bear markets are the main problem with a simple asset allocation strategy. Okay, so, for example, the 2000 and eight bear market saw the S and P 500 fall 57%. The 60 40 portfolio would have lost quote unquote only 37%. Well, you know, 37 is better than 57 for our clients who are retired, retiring soon. Ah 37% loss. Is not acceptable, Okay? It's not something that we wanna have. So she says. What's a better way and I said, Well, What you always have to understand is that there's this old expression that says the market can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent. Okay, So you need to have a plan to protect yourself from the downside when the market decides to go way down like it did in y two K in 2000 and eight and I believe will again in the future. I don't know when, but I think it's a pretty much a nine iron clad that it will So Then she asked me. Do you think that if someone is still using the 60 40 portfolio, but wants to readjust our allocation to accommodate for today's world? What's the best way to do that? My answer to that was no one can predict what market conditions will be. So how do we know what to adjust? Adjusting to the market conditions if you're doing that is pure market timing, And if you're doing that chances are you're going to be wrong. So well, we believe in is a discipline of figuring out first how much risk is appropriate, creating a portfolio around the amount of risk that is appropriate and then being disciplined around staying in that risk profile? We don't try to time the market, you know, we think right now you should be heavier. This lighter that you should be 70 30 versus 60 40. It is determined by the risk that's appropriate for you. That's what we make. That's what are guiding is and after that, it's a matter of making sure we stay with that. Now. If your risk profile changes, then you might think about changing your allocation. But it's not based on market conditions because market conditions contract you You know, you may think. Oh my gosh, It's everything has changed. And then next week, it changes back and it's like, Gosh, I shouldn't have done that long term discipline. All right now, if you're over 50 if you are retired or retiring soon I want to make you an offer. You can go to our website R P O a calm And while you're there, you can click on meet with an advisor. If you do that, then we'll schedule a time to visit with you..

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John Connolly, former Boston FBI agent, to be released from a Florida prison

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | Last week

John Connolly, former Boston FBI agent, to be released from a Florida prison

"From prison for a disgraced FBI agent connected with mobster Whitey Bulger. Ask and you shall receive 80 year old John Conley requested a medical release from President Florida. Now the Florida Commission on Offender Review has said yes by a vote of 2 to 1. For years, Conley was the FBI's handler of notorious mobster Whitey Bulger, and he was convicted in 2000 and eight on charges related to the killing of world highlight President John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale. Way back in 1982. He was sentenced to 40 years in prison. That's not happening. Under the terms of his medical release, Conley is supposed to stay in a specified residents or a hospice facility. But it's not present. Carl

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Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Boston mobster Whitey Bulger seeks release

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Boston mobster Whitey Bulger seeks release

"FBI agent John Connolly is asking to be released from prison on medical grounds. Connolly is serving 40 years for warning former Boston mobster Whitey Bulger that he was about to be implicated in a mob hit. Connelly will ask the Florida Commission on Offender Review Wednesday to release him, his lawyer tells The Herald is 80 year old client has melanomas and diabetes that Connolly was convicted back in 2008 of second degree murder after a mob hit man. Killed. Uh, A, um, A, uh John Callahan in Fort Lauderdale. Excuse me. Trial Evidence show, Connolly tipped a bowl jer that Kellyanne was about to implicate culture in another killing.

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Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Bulger seeks release from Miami prison

Purity Products

00:16 sec | 2 weeks ago

Imprisoned ex-FBI agent who worked with Bulger seeks release from Miami prison

"For alerting Whitey Bulger that he could be implicated in a mob murder wants to be released from prison on medical grounds. 80 year old John Connolly is serving a 40 year sentence. But we'll ask the Florida Commission on Offender Review Wednesday to release him because he has melanoma and diabetes. I'm Dan Watkins. Well, I

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"john connolly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"john connolly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Oh, and laying wealth Partners, a show where we sit down and talk about some of the things you might be wondering about when it comes to money and markets and economy, things like that. And what do you do about it? How do you take that step out to get some financial help. That's what this show is all about. John Connolly is here today and We've been talking a little bit about markets and the game stops story right now. And another thing that you're going to hear some of these financial talking heads say is the market is in a bubble right now and what happens to bubbles? They burst here Is Jeremy Grantham talking on CNBC. Here's what he has to say. Put it this way when you have reached this level of obvious super enthusiasm The bubble has always without exception broken in the next few months, Not a few years. It's always how do you keep that level? Of enthusiasm going indefinitely. It can't be done. Well, He's a ray of sunshine. Isn't it indefinitely? Yeah. So what I mean is this There's always those people out there that are going to say we're right on the edge of fallen, you know, into the pit, and then there's always people say, Hey, we've got more room to grow. How do you sift through that stuff, John? You have to look at certain indicators and look at the market as a whole. And you know this is where proper planning comes in and not trying to get to two emotional, higher low either way. You know, you listen to the news, and they focus on you know, the daily trading movements of certain Stark's Gamestop dominated the news last week. But you know, the big news for investors now is that earnings are coming in right now. And earns a coming in stronger than expected been right now, more than 82% of the S and P. 500 companies have beaten the earnings expectations. So you know that's the second highest return since 2000 and nine So when I look at people saying the bubbles coming, we can't just ignore the fact that earnings are coming in much higher than what was anticipated so that that's a good sign. Well, I think of when you watch some of these financial networks, even the names of the shows the closing bell the halftime report. They are so focused on the here the now by the minute. And if your retirement saver you can't be focused in the minute you've got to be focused on the next 10 2030 40 years And that's a whole different mindset, isn't it? Yeah. You gotta look at the holistic picture the long view of things. And you know the market was due for a pause a little bit. We've been in a rally for a few months now, so there was the positive and then we saw that with the game stop the short sellers. The hedge funds We're shortening, which caused him to then have to fire sales, some other positions that they have to go back and buy those shorts that they were selling. So now all of a sudden that pushed the liquidation the market down, right, So we saw that liquidity happened, which usually when the liquidity ends The liquidation is what happens is the bull returns. Right? So we're starting to see that the indicators are there for the returns. And then one of the indicators that we look at is called the breath indicator, and what that shows us is the measure of how broadly are starts taking part of the rally. And that indicator showing us that is broadening, which suggests that there's still room and support for growth there. So you have to look at that as well, which was a great indicator showing us that there is some growth ahead of us as well. And one of the other things that we're looking at his interest rates are still low. The Federal Reserve has made a commitment to put money into the market stimulus packages. These are all things that I'm looking at, saying. I just don't see a bubble happening anytime soon. And when somebody says something like that, and you are two years from retirement or one year for retirement or in retirement, you're just saying I just don't wanna get hurt. So then it becomes a matter of risk control and protecting your money and saying, John, I want 80% of this set aside so that it doesn't go up and down and I don't get hurt. And and that's a discussion. That is a serious one, isn't it? Yes, the when we're doing financial planning with individuals. As we get closer to the retiring. Obviously, we're going to readjust your portfolio dependent on what your situation is what you needs are But if we don't have to become more conservative because we're financially independent and where we're going to retire with confidence, there's no need to change right. But if things in the economy in the market dictate that we have to make those changes, we will But imagine, just hear that individual who just was on the audiotape, saying the bubbles come on the bubbles coming and let's say it never came. And then you became too conservative and you kind of missed out on some decent returns. That's why you gotta have a big picture. That's why you gotta follow the financial plan make adjustments as needed, but nothing need jerk reaction. We gotta have discipline to make sure that we followed the plan but make the necessary changes when it's needed. It's interesting just in the time that we've been talking here in the show. We've talked about people who are all after growth, like the game stops story, and then we're talking about people who are saying I don't want to get hurt. So you're gonna fall in one of those categories and wherever you are, you've probably got questions. And if you want to set about 15 minutes strategy call our website is right there for you. This is no cost no obligation. Talk to a financial advisor. That person isn't in your life right now. You've been here in this show for 20 years on the radio. Why not reach out to the rig Beano and Lang wealth partners and set up a 15 minute call. Just ask your questions again. It's at 365 retirement dot com..

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Crime Boss, James Whitey Bulger

Kingpins

04:32 min | 5 months ago

Crime Boss, James Whitey Bulger

"In the kitchen of seven ninety, nine east. Third Street in Boston Fifty Five Year Old Boston crime boss Whitey Bolger said across from John mcintire he felt nothing but hatred. He knew that McIntyre agreed to talk to the DA and there was nothing that Whitey loathed more than a rat. A cool breeze rattled the window on that day in November nineteen eighty-four McIntyre was handcuffed and chained to a chair. Whitey set his MAC ten machine pistol on the table and told him that they needed to talk. Knew, he was doomed. There was a reason why Whitey had become the kingpin of South Boston. Lording over the neighborhoods loansharking bookmaking truck hijacking and extortion rackets, and it wasn't by showing mercy. He knew that even if he was somehow able to talk his way out of the situation that was nowhere to run. By the end of his career Whitey sanctioned hits as far away as Oklahoma McIntyre. Himself had even been involved in weapons smuggling scheme into Ireland full Whitey. No less. His boss was an international criminal. The great irony of course was Whitey got away with all of his criminal enterprises because he himself was an FBI informant. Whitey had grown up in the projects with an FBI agent named John Connolly. To him. Whitey was more than just a valuable pawn in their war against the Italian mafia, and for Bolger, Connolly became his `get-out-of-jail-free card and it was connelly who gave him the tip that one of his guys McIntyre was talking of course only those in White T.'s inner circle new of his deal between Bolger and connolly besides who would suspect Whitey of talking he was the gentleman gangster who bought Turkeys for poor South Boston families on Thanksgiving, the man who was a fitness. Nut He didn't drink or smoke the same Whitey who for all of his wealth and power still drove a Chevy Malibu and lived with his mother nearly until her death in nineteen eighty. Whitey, was a Southie boy through and through no, one would accuse him of talking to the feds so why he ran southie and that meant he had all the tools in his pocket, the power of the FBI and the power to do whatever needed to be done to anyone who crossed him. In. The kitchen John mcintire shook his head apologizing over and over again he told his boss. I'm sorry. I was week white. He wasn't interested in the apologies he needed information. He turned the conversation to ask him questions about what McIntyre told the FBI. NDA and then oddly his questions shifted back towards business McIntyre was entrenched in Boston's drug trade Whitey. He had been forcing South Boston's drug dealers to pay him rent for working his streets and he wanted to make sure he was still getting his haircut McIntyre spilled everything both what he said to the feds and about the drug industry he held back nothing by the time McIntyre was done talking Whitey was satisfied. He calmed McIntyre down in assured him that they were just going to send him away. Once the heat died down, he could return to Boston somehow whites he managed to convince McIntyre to come down to the basement with him. and. Once they were downstairs white he tried to strangle McIntyre with the rope. But the rope was too thick. All it did was make McIntyre. throw-up frustrated Whitey grabbed a gun and shot him with that bullet. Whitey used his position as an informant for the FBI to kill another enforcement and the FBI had helped him do it. People like John McIntyre. What collateral damage the cost of doing business ultimately McIntyre's death meant nothing to Whitey. In fact, he went upstairs and took a nap a ritual he kept after every kill. Meanwhile, two of his henchmen buried the body

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"john connolly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"john connolly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Name is Michael I'm with John Connolly investment adviser representative and one of the partners ever be known Lang wealth partners today answering tough questions we talked about if you were about to be he let go from her job or you were thinking that they were gonna let you go and you were about five years away from retirement if you missed that you can catch it on the podcast now we're gonna talk about if your company offers you a pension by and you were hoping to work for a few more years before you retire John this is a big situation because again a life change they're gonna retire and you know they get offered this pension buyout there's a lot of choices which should they start to consider first yes often times people get their company might want to downsize in instead of just laying people off the they do this by how we may offer them incentives to maybe go ahead and move on and retire stop working for the company and you know I see people make the mistake too often of just taking the buy out as if it was free money and I'll take that buy out and then I'll go find another job then I'll be fine and sometimes that that second job with the new job doesn't happen right and all of a sudden you took that buy out whether it be in a lump sum format or a pension so to say so the first thing I would do is is anyone who gets offered a buyout should really go through the numbers and look at it to see if it makes sense for you okay and that means sitting down with an adviser taking a look at just how much I saved for retirement this is what we're thinking of our income expenses are going to be in the future hi this is a projected growth rate of those funds and so forth we pay taxes inflation into consideration in let's see we added a lump sum to that list of assets to that capital how is that going to affect us for our retirement does that make us all of a sudden financially independent because the lump sum was a big enough lump sum that you can now comfortably retire so before you make that decision you go through that process so that you make the right decision John and here's where that income gap review really comes into play that you were talking about yeah you want to have that income gap to understand was the shortfall and now do I have enough money saved to earn enough interest to meet that shortfall now on the flip side if all of a sudden we realize we go through the process that you know you're not quite there the numbers aren't adding up the not aligning correctly and we would suggest that you don't take this lump sum pension buyout because the the incoming earning now and working is better for you because if you don't find that second job you're not financially independent okay okay we also have to run the numbers of what's the pension that they're offering you right so you can decide to take out a lump sum or a pension that they'll pay you for the rest of your life we have to run those numbers to decide is that pension today that they're promising to give you moving forward can you turn around and create your own pension that is better than what they're offering you with maybe taken a lump sum what you know this is such a great conversation because it I'm sure you see those people get offered a pension buyout and they think all wild this is our ticket out and they get emotional about it and they don't do that with the research and they just take it like you said earlier but you're going back to to taking a lump sum or that a you know I guess the payments on that pension you gotta be careful with that because I've heard that some people have taken their pensions and once they pass away their pension is essentially gone yeah you have different choices of pension one pension might be you pay me for the rest of my life which is the Max but when I pass away there's no more payments and more I'll take a little bit less than what you are offering and my wife for my spouse will get two thirds of what I was again so you have to be smart about how you take that pension and then on top of it if someone ever got sick in the state of Massachusetts and you had to go to a nursing home and you were collecting a pension that pension is at risk to the nursing home could allow take the sick per sends income pay that nursing home bill okay so that is a concern as well health plays a role in this this is a great opportunity for people to get those answers because it is confusing then you compound emotion on top of that so this is where the income gap review comes into play once you guys run this income gap review and the numbers are all in it makes it pretty simple on what road to take what decision to make it might with any planning process if you run the numbers and you have a plan in place it will allow you to make the right decision or the most educated decision that you can make right so you want to limit eight as many mistakes that you can as possible by doing the proper plan in that is why we're offering this income gap to our listeners today so that they can get an understanding of what their income and expenses are what that shortfall is Mike wow what a great feeling to know what your choices are unemotional about it that way you can make the best possible decision for your retirement that's what you guys do each and every day ever be online while partners and of course here on just don't lose the money radio the just all of the money podcast so if you.

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"john connolly" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:26 min | 1 year ago

"john connolly" Discussed on AP News

"Governors in South Carolina Georgia and Mississippi have refused to issue a stay at home orders even as leaders in some of the biggest cities in those states closed everything but essential businesses like grocery stores in Elgin South Carolina Erica Neely is still taking customers at her salon and hope that they would they don't make us and she was gloves and a mask and says safety is important but staying open is the only way to pay bills this is how I eat and has made known on your system John Connolly says some stay in home waters don't seem to flatten the curve last days got everything already plans in place yeah and the people around run around for most people corona virus causes moderate symptoms but for the old and those with existing issues it can be serious and lead to death I'm Julie Walker

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Some business owners hope to stay open despite virus

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Some business owners hope to stay open despite virus

"Governors in South Carolina Georgia and Mississippi have refused to issue a stay at home orders even as leaders in some of the biggest cities in those states closed everything but essential businesses like grocery stores in Elgin South Carolina Erica Neely is still taking customers at her salon and hope that they would they don't make us and she was gloves and a mask and says safety is important but staying open is the only way to pay bills this is how I eat and has made known on your system John Connolly says some stay in home waters don't seem to flatten the curve last days got everything already plans in place yeah and the people around run around for most people corona virus causes moderate symptoms but for the old and those with existing issues it can be serious and lead to death I'm Julie Walker

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June 17th, 1765 in Williamsburg Virginia

5 Minutes in Church History

04:10 min | 1 year ago

June 17th, 1765 in Williamsburg Virginia

"On this episode. I'm once again on location in colonial oneal Williamsburg in Virginia last time we were together. We were outside of Bruton Parish Church a congregation that was founded an Anglican congregation Gatien that was founded in sixteen seventy four Williamsburg was founded as a town in sixteen thirty eight and of course Jamestown Jamestown was the original capital but in sixteen ninety nine the capital of the colony was moved to here and it held that capital all the way until seventeen eighty when and during the revolutionary war it was deemed that Richmond would be a safer place well we are interested in the year seventeen sixty five in fact a date in seventeen sixty five on June seventeen seventeen sixty five a group of seventeen men got together and petitioned Russian the court here and Williamsburg. This is what they requested. We intend to make use of a house in the city of Williamsburg situated on part of a lot belonging to Mr George Davenport as a place for the public worship of God. According to the Protestant Austin dissenters of the Presbyterian denomination well. This is an Anglican colony. The Anglican Church is the the established church and these seventeen presbyterians wanted an authorized legal Presbyterian church to be established they actually actually added a ps two it and the PS was this as we are unable to obtain a settled minister. We intend this place at present only for occasional worship when we have opportunity to hear any legally qualified minister well. The city of Williamsburg granted their request. They established their church perch. It was just a small little modest meeting houses. They mentioned they're not even able to have a settled minister. I walked it off and it measures about twenty two defeat by thirty six feet and in this very simple meeting house these presbyterians met member how Paul ends Romans by listing listing off a number of people well here are seventeen names William Smith John Connolly Walter Lenox James Holdcroft Robert Burke Nicholson John orchiston James Douglas James Atherton William Gemmell Edward Cummins Thomas Skinner Daniel Hoy John Bell James Smith William Brown John Morris and Charles Hankins. These were carpenters vendor's craftsman. Some of them worked in the courthouse. These were the seventeen who started this church on June. Seventeen seventeen sixty five these presbyterians came out of the great awakening. They were a new side Presbyterian Rian Church that meant that they were not only in favor of the great awakening but many of these were likely converted during the great awakening some of them might have been in converted under the Ministry of George Whitfield. Remember that sermon that we heard a paragraph from by Steve Lawson. Some of them might have been converted by I Samuel Davies Samuel Davies was a Presbyterian Missionary Tha Virginia his first wife died and his second wife was Jane Holt. Her family was a prominent family here Williamsburg and so Samuel Davies made many visits to the capital city not only to see his in laws but also to petition before the Virginia legislature and before the Virginia governor for Religious Freedom and no doubt bolstered these presbyterians that were here in Williamsburg one of those ministers who came occasionally to preach actually to those ministers who came occasionally here to preach once they've established their meeting eating house were trained by Samuel Davies well. That's the Presbyterian

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"john connolly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"No by that point their relationship had ended. He had his relationship with the FBI, but not other law enforcement agencies. So in the early nineteen nineties, Massachusetts state police and the DA were building a case against Kuwaiti Bolger, and they came they were coming to get him in nineteen ninety five and his FBI. Handler John Connolly, would then his his as on the FBI who had since retired. But we still helping Bolger out tipped him off the that he was going to be arrested. And that's when Whitey Bolger went on the run and his relationship with the FBI he'd been closed as an informant by then anyway, what was going on with his childhood TJ to make him. Go the way he went. He was the oldest in the family and and. His father had a an industrial accidents. When when he was when the boys were young, and he lost a leg. And he became disabled and wasn't able to really provide and the theory that among the arms share psychologist is it Bolger. Affected by his father's weakness and inability when he became handicapped and determined that he would never be in a position of Buller ability like that or or any kind of positions of owner ability..

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"john connolly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We're talking about the three sixty five retirement plan and the process of it, which is very interesting because number one we went over earlier, and that is discovery finding out what you have. And it's interesting because just because you have a lot of retirement accounts doesn't mean that you have a plan. So think about that so step number two process. Step number two is analysis. John Connolly, tell us a little bit more about step number two. So might we put the time and effort in in the first meet into gather all the Intel from the client what their goals expectations are. And we took a look at. And what they have. And in this analysis phase, we're going to shine a bright light on exactly what they have how it works. What fees are they truly pain? What are the expense ratios that they're paying on top of the management fees? And we're going to show them. How the portfolio looks in most likely will perform in good markets. Mad, marcus. Okay. So we're going to show them what their standard deviation, which is how much risk are they really taken versus the return. And oftentimes when we see it with people very surprised at how much risk there truly taken. And where they thought they might have been more conservative than aggressive. John you and Ryan you guys do such a great job in doing that app in many meetings. Where people were like really I'm taking on that much risk. I thought I told my guy to be really concerned, and you able point out that's not the case at all. In fact, you are earning far less than you should be with the amount of risks that you're taking and Mike, you know, one of the things that we've found in our practice over. The last two decades is that people they tend to depend on things that used to work the traditional methods, and you know, if you think back back in the day like I look back at when my parents retired. I mean, they didn't have too much. You know, they they worked at the same company for thirty five years. They retired. They have the pension that they can rely on social security that they can rely on. And whatever they saved, you know, they only need to take a little bit from that. And today, I think it's a lot different when you agree, John. Yeah. I mean, we used to call it the three legged stool that doesn't exist anymore. It used to be you got a pension. You collect the social security and the third part of that leg was it came from your savings investment. So the step to the analysis phase is really important because I think most people would agree in you as you go into retirement, you're going to really rely very heavily on your savings, and you want to make sure that's performing correctly net said to we kind of touched upon it earlier when we talked about the plan was a lot of people have money. Now, we're going gonna come up with the idea of how do we get income from? These investments, and what happens is what the income. We have to make sure that we take into consideration. What is the taxation of those funds? So a lot of people have we'll call it a million dollars in an IRA. And they think million bucks. I'm just going to withdraw what I'm short every year from this IRA forty grand I'll take out forty thousand. They haven't taken into consideration that uncle SAM's waiting for his his hand. So to say if anybody's listening, you're saying, hey, you know, that could be me. It sounds like me. I I have some savings. I have a bunch of accounts. But really I haven't thought about all those things that John spoke about give us a call. We'd love to have a conversation with you. Maybe just a phone call. Maybe maybe it makes sense for us to have a face to face meeting. But, you know, have that conversation and get that thought process started, you can reach John. And I and Ryan would be happy to sit with you. Our phone number's eight seven seven six three zero eight seven eight seven again, it's eight seven seven six three zero eight seven eight seven Mike we're talking. Early about sort of the traditional ways and. Sometimes they still work and other times they don't well for Sears. It's it's definitely not working. We're at a serious.

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"john connolly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Front of the president he was, wounded and he, survived and as the time went along. John Connolly migrated he was a democrat governor of Texas Big supporter John Kennedy a democrat president as the years went by he migrated into the Republican. Party really why is that and. Well like Ronald Reagan used to, say he didn't, leave the party the party left him He. Was. A southern democrat? And fairly, conservative and he ends up being Richard Nixon's Treasury Secretary and. When Spiro Agnew resigned Richard Nixon's first choice to be the new vice president was John Connolly so John Connolly could've been president as he could have when Nixon trotted this out to the Republican stalwarts. In the congress and the, Senate, that we're going to have to make sure, that this new vice president could get. Approved he got, this reaction that well we're delighted that he's. Joined, the Republican party but all of, his life and whatnot he was democrat they've entrust them as a Republican attack point well, Ronald Reagan did the same thing but at the time, John Connolly the Republican hierarchy establishment was. Not ready to accept him and so he remained for a while. Is. Treasury Secretary and that's how we ended up Gerald. Ford. Was the minority leader. Of the house and everybody liked Gerald Ford, nobody had a bad thing to say about Gerald, Ford we didn't get done To talk about. Him, they had he had opportunity to, meet him too so Gerald Ford becomes the new vice president and only unelected president writes, the country has never had well it's an interesting timeframe, and one that invites comparisons to what's. Going on today perhaps your chance to do that I'm Reagan Smith. Michael. Yaffe and we will be back with the concluding fought. In just a.

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"john connolly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And this was with whitey bolger and what happened was a molar basically there was whitey bolger had been very much involved with a guy by the name especially by the name of john connolly he was his handler and connolly was toxic connolly was basically passing information onto bolger they were utilizing bolger as this informant against all of these other bad guys in boston but bolger in effect was the worst of them all bolger was continuing to basically kill people run operations do everything that he could it ended up four people ended up being a huge based on false information and put it put on death row basically based on false information about somebody's death because of bolger because a connelly and when moeller who was in charge of all of this i mean this was a huge mess at the time moeller basically denied over and over again although information was being provided he was writing letters to the parole board against these four men what happened with whitey bolger got a tip from connolly at one point in time that he was going to be arrested and he skipped town and bolger basically disappeared for sixteen years he was on the run he was not arrested that until two thousand eleven and i believe showing will be able to explain this case in more detail than what i've given sean but that was when moeller had come back and view is now the director of the fbi and this was years later so basically everything quieted down in boston a lot of journalists were up in arms about this because the fact that bolger disappeared meant that no questions were being asked no questions were being answered so for sixteen years this kind of hung over boston and then sixteen years later he's arrested in california bolger is and i caught this really interesting interview with muller on sixty minutes did this really short interview with him they kind of caught him in a hallway somewhere during that time and said how do you feel about this and he seemed kind of caught off guard and he he was.

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"john connolly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The fbi both weisman and molar we're connected to now had issues with i mean this is explained the whole boston case and how this whole thing screwed up as it relates to whitey bulger i mean it sounds like a total and utter fiasco and we have a case also which i can't believe where evidence apparently is withheld again so yeah well you have molar he was at one point in time in boston he was the assistant us attorney in the us attorney's office in boston then he became the acting us attorney and boston that was from nine hundred eighty six eighty seven and if you look at the case you know it was molars actions during that time that raise questions about the role in one of the fbi's most controversial cases and this was with whitey bolger and what happened was a molar basically there was whitey bolger had been very much involved with guy by the name especially by the name of john connolly he was his fbi had handler and connolly was toxic connolly was basically passing information onto bolger they were utilizing bolger as this informant against all of these other bad guys in boston but bolger in effect was the worst of them all bolger was continuing to basically kill people run operations do everything that he could it ended up four people ended up being accused based on false information and put it put on death row basically based on false information about somebody's death because of bolger because the connolly and when moeller who was in charge of all of this i mean this was a huge mess at the time moeller basically denied over and over again although information was being provided he was writing letters to the parole board against these four men what happened was whitey bolger got a tip from connolly at one point in time that he was going to be arrested and he skipped town and bolger basically disappeared for sixteen years he was on the run he was not arrested and then until two thousand eleven and i believe showing will be able to explain this case in more detail than what i've given sean but that was when moore had come back and view is now the director of the fbi and this was.

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"john connolly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And this was with whitey bulger and what happened was a molar basically there was why bolger had been very much involved with a guy by the name especially by the name of john connolly he was at bi handler and connolly was toxic connolly was basically passing information onto bolger they were utilizing bolger as this informant against all of these other bad guys in boston but bolger in effect was the worst of them all bolger was continuing to basically kill people run operations do everything that he could ended up it's four people ended up being accused based on false information put it put on death row basically based on false information about somebody's desk because of bolger because a connelly and when moeller who was in charge of all this was a huge mess at the time moeller basically denied over and over again although information was being provided he was writing letters to the parole board against these four men what happened with whitey bolger got a tip from connolly at one point in time that he was going to be arrested and he skipped town and bolger basically disappeared for sixteen years he was on the run he was not arrested and then until two thousand eleven and i believe showing will be able to explain this case in more detail than what i've given sean but that was when moeller had come back and view is now the director of the fbi and this was years later so basically everything quieted down in boston a lot of journalists were up in arms about this because the fact that bolger disappeared meant that no questions are being asked no questions were being answered so for sixteen years this kind of hung over boston and then sixteen years later he's arrested in california bolger is and i caught this really interesting interview with molar on sixty minutes did this really short interview with him they kind of caught him in a hallway somewhere during that time and said how do you feel about this and he seems kinda caught off guard and he he was.

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"john connolly" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And and you see that he was also involved in a situation in boston where you have you know whitey bolger mob guy you know in boston huge case back then who's fbi agents were also involved at that point in time molar was not with the fbi but he was overseeing he was the attorney general at the time in in boston and he's overseeing all these cases and you have whitey bolger here involved with with fbi agents it was probably comparible they said the two biggest cases ever involving corruption in the fbi both weisman and molar were connected to now had issues with i mean this is the whole boston case and how this whole thing screwed up as relates to whitey bulger i mean it sounds like a total and utter fiasco and we have a case also which i can't believe where evidence apparently is withheld again so yeah well you have molar he was at one point in time in boston he was the assistant us attorney in the us attorney's office in boston then he became the acting us attorney in boston and that was from nine hundred eighty six hundred eighty seven and if you look at the case you know it was molars actions during that time that raise questions about the role in one of the fbi's most controversial cases and this was with whitey bulger and what happened was a molar basically there was whitey bolger had been very much involved with a guy by the name especially by the name of john connolly he was his fbi hand and connally was toxic connolly was basically passing information onto bolger they were utilizing bulger as this informant against all these other bad guys in boston but bolger in effect was the worst of them all bolger was continuing to basically kill people run operations do everything that he could it ended up four people ended up being accused based on false information and put it put on death row basically based on false information about somebody's desk because of bolger because a connolly and when moeller who was in charge of all of this i mean this was a huge mess at the time moeller basically denied over and over again although information was being provided he was writing letters to the parole board against these four men what happened with whitey bolger got a tip from connolly at one point in time that he was going to be arrested.

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"john connolly" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Numerous people so now you know you come to moeller and and you see that he was also involved in a situation in boston where you have you know whitey bolger mob guy you know in boston huge case back then who's fbi agents were also involved at that point in time muller was not with the fbi but he was overseeing he was the attorney general at the time in in boston and he's overseeing all these cases and you have whitey bolger here involved with with fbi agents it was probably comparable they said the two biggest cases ever involving corruption in the fbi both weisman and molar we're connected to now had issues with i mean this is explained the whole boston case and how this whole thing screwed up has relates to whitey bulger i mean it sounds like a total and utter fiasco and we have a case also which i can't believe where evidence apparently is withheld again so yeah well you have molar he was at one point in time in boston he was the assistant us attorney in the us attorney's office in boston then he became the acting us attorney and by and that was from nineteen eighty six eighty seven and if you look at the case it was molars actions during that time that raise questions about the role in one of the fbi's most controversial cases and this was with whitey bulger and what happened was a more basically there was whitey bolger had been very much involved with a guy by the name especially by the name of john connolly he was fbi handler and connolly was.

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"john connolly" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Numerous people so now you know you come to moeller and and you see that he was also involved in a situation in boston where you have you know whitey bolger mob guy you know in boston huge case back then who's fbi agents were also involved at that point in time moeller was not with the fbi but he was overseeing he was the attorney general at the time in in boston and he's overseeing all these cases and you have whitey bolger here involved with with fbi agents it was probably comparable they said the two biggest cases ever involving corruption in the f fbi both weisman and molar we're connected to now had issues with i mean this is explained the whole boston case and how this whole thing got screwed up as relates to whitey bulger i mean it sounds like a total and utter fiasco and we have a case also which i can't believe where evidence apparently is withheld again yeah well you have molar he was at one point in time in boston he was the assistant us attorney in the us attorney's office in boston and then he became the acting us attorney in boston that was from nine hundred eighty six eighty seven and if you look at the case you know it was molars actions during that time that raise questions about the role in one of the fbi's most controversial cases and this was with whitey bulger and what happened was a molar basically there was whitey bolger had been very much involved with a guy by the name especially by the name of john connolly he was as fbi handler and connolly was.

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"john connolly" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on WDRC

"People just don't pay attention they just don't don't ask me why but they don't let fly with talking about being drive it'd be that's what am i articles days trying to be successful you know what i mean have of playing because if you don't have a plan you can get to the next level herbs boohbooh you're so road or americo expert you would agree feared nor europe burke lumps energy i quote follow group build ido john thanks so much i really appreciate i'll talk to ask the woodley calming later if you wanted to discuss at it's my pleasure in all other filet regime male okay we'll talk after god bless you call me all right i'll wait be a call just hours i said the pushing through that's my buddy john connolly gi again john and i met at a webinar as seminar that he came to one plays the street where we used on the billy we actually sold the building we did very well i was a beautiful historical building a few hit we used to be a funeral home and a gentleman came in from boston i think it was in what the funeral home i think it was for boston had watched funeral through to watch funeral home to become a funeral home about the buildings it back to a funeral home so uh you wanna talk about going back in time uh that's what they do so by eight aged avid elevator in it that was size to fit jack cash kit so uh that's one of the things that the ira i remember alert if you don't keep a building for disor one real quick tip if you don't keep it building for twenty eight years you have to pay back allotted depreciation at you deducted over the last thirty twenty years so my point is key keep it but 20 years of y'all within twenty five years do not sell that building keep it for next to three years and then sell it in the twenty nine th via but make sure with your cpi you're not going to have to pay the taxes otherwise you'd have the day the taxes so i just want to let people know that when i could have time for this but.

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"john connolly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To just don't lose the money which and are built this company 25 years ago the really concentrate on the people that are nearing lead time for our entire so we've taken to pretty much of the most important disciplines of the time one obviously having enough money to retire then too as they say getting a duxin in a row with your estate plan now back to just don't lose the money alot low everyone welcome back to just don't lose the money radio i'm sam lam richard ravina i'm john connolly welcome to another addition of our show we're here to help you sort of do all the right things aboard all the wrong things to do as you get close to retirement or enjoying a retirement that's what we're all about and we're very happy you can join us today you know same i recently read on market watch uh a statement about retirement income planning and then it should be planning to live not planning to die and that's really an interesting concept but how do you put it into action you you where it's is so true we really need to be thinking about playing the long game you know the retirement plan should really be based on hey i'm going to live a long time a joy life not planning on dying right john we see so many people when they first come in we say hey you know what what's on your mind where you wanna talk about while i want to learn about this trust though that trust so how to avoid probate of how to minimise estate taxes with actually a boat dying it's not a boat living along life and if you think about it you really need to make sure that you can support that long life because retirement gets beaten in these days as long do it becomes longer and longer it seems like yeah and oftentimes same will people come in we we look at what their expected needs are and income needs in what their expenses are and what happens is we wanna make sure that we use reasonable expectations for portfolio returns and your key lesson for longterm financial planning that you should not expect to earn the average historical market returns for your portfolio uh the likeliness as half the time.

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"john connolly" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"He had this great memory or either that or he just steady audio we have for awhile he said he is so much that yes certainly the memory when it comes is brother and and door john connolly is is not not very good but at the time when he was younger and was eager to to become a a big shaker in mover that was that was what he was up to anyway do we do we have the back and forth with uh the last one i sent you at all or let's let's start with bolger talking about his brother this is the opening statement he gives i think how he's basically let's them now he has no idea where his brother is it's like a misunderstandings and misperceptions so please allow me to speak plainly i do not know where my brother is i do not know where he has been over the past eight years i have not dreams bowler in any way has been a fugitive to i possess information that could lead to my brother's arrest the honest answer is no i had one very brief telephone conversation with my brother it occurred in 1995 and has long since been disclosed to law enforcement officials truth to tell over the years i was unable to penetrate the secret of life of my older brother he marched to his own drummer and travel to pass very different from mine jim as his own ways i could not possibly in for us every useful talks about an enemy he think about this testimony uh really as the sort of final uh spear he think about like a matadors of they emmy need all you can take a lotta hits is a political veteran and what really fun things is if if we listen to his entire opening he talks about political flows referencing his brother he talks about when he first ran in 1960 how he was told he should be in jail you should be thrown in jail for what his brother has done i he.

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"john connolly" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"john connolly" Discussed on WTMA

"The same thing from trump and there is a great story back in 1980 and eighty campaign where one of his advisors with talking about um john connolly who worked one of the primary challenger and the gop gop and he said well connolly now cali from texas he's got all the money from wall street in the reagan koppert were pretty thin uh if it early nineteen eighty and he and he said any shot back at the adviser and he said you know something i don't care i'd rather any day of the week at rather have main treat and wall street on my thought and that that mean that jeff like trump medical just like trump today and of course america you know make america great again was ripped up it was with rip from the reagan the sl yes um otherwise bestselling bottling of reagan's bestselling button was make america great again we'll mathis at credit but it but it really cut for the heart of of all issue that would that are that are making a hour making this country you know for build the stomach turmoil whether it's immigrate immigration as great as long as it were down through the benefit of of america we don't have the theory of trade immigration uh uh government expenditure theories of what they should be the theory they're only is good as the result to the people if if it turns out to be the theory of open borders and open market don't actually make america stronger and better and more prosperous than those theories are going to stay in like a late night seminar at it you know it nyu they're not they're not they're not gonna actually be popular and their act by not going to result in policy for very long so trump comes along and said wait a second wait attack wait wait we can't have a situation as we had with george w bush where he comes end to office in 2010 with median income at fifty seven thousand four hundred dollars he leaves office live at median income at fifty three thousand three hundred dollars that's just not going in the right direction that is again double the debt none of that not none of that opulent you're real wages i like this real wages basically laura i have not increased since the year two thousand.

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