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"ken fisher" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

07:09 min | Last month

"ken fisher" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"It's been open so it's kind of a bittersweet You Know Businessweek Day that we we recognize ten years of Dover but we were able to also in addition to the Fisher House that we built there we were. We were able to build they. Don Denominational Spiritual Center where family could go and pray or meditate in their own way and you know to me not having that at Dover when families were allowed to go and and witness you know their loved one coming home was was just travesty. So you know we're able to do that. And and our commitment you know keeps going on To this day and we'll we'll continue well into the future as long as there's a need while the Fisher fabric does wonderful things and I. I can't I don't know if you know me and your Uncle Zachary Fisher under H W Bush help build a chapel at Camp David Camp. David never had a chapel before and in nineteen eighty nine nineteen ninety was ninety one something like that. We built the chapel at Camp. David and it was a wonderful thing that we did talk about chapels and we talk about religion yesterday on Saturday. President trump announced that you know religious freedom and at all the churches should open and meet if we have super walk. It's open and if we have Liquor Stores Open. Why not opened up the churches as long as they take the right precautions? Where their masks and be able to have people pray and? I commend the president for doing that. Because people should have religious freedom. They should be able to do that. Well you know. Cows one of the learned in Iraq. It was a young soldier who came to me and we were talking about prayer and we were praying together Here I am at Iraq Frank With Rain Marina. He says to me. Hey Tony I doubt if there are too many atheists in the Fox hole today and so prairies important for as important to every single synagogues and mosques and and and churches and and Protestant and Catholics. We all have to pray because prayer is a power that without doubt has proven itself over the world's time from biblical times to now over pandemic prayers very important rifle or gone or weapon against this terrible terrible terrible virus and We all the time time to pray and that was wonderful at candy. Your your brother Bruce mostly was on before and He he does wonderful things at cushman and Wakefield and Cushman and Wakefield pixes hired eight hundred veterans for his company. Yeah Bruce has been a leader. It's a it's a real pleasure for me to to actually be the CO chairman of the intrepid with Bruce. He's been a basically a part of the family for many many years. Now and you know we've got this this one thing in common. Which is you know our love of the military our love of military families. The most important thing. I think that we need to remember. Is that behind? Every man and woman that wears a uniform is a family and that makes sacrifices and bears burdens that the average American has no concept of and it's up to us the people that are aware of it the people that that are in the trenches. If you will you know helping our veterans helping our are active servicemen and women and remind people that that these families you know need help sometimes too and you know when a loved one is in the hospital. You know. It's up to Austin to make sure that these families are taking care of these are America's families now and when they give the ultimate sacrifice store on the family loses a loved one in line It's up to us to remember. What the sacrifices that have been made on our behalf and that is what this weekend is about not about barbecues not about the about three day weekends and and no zoom calls this weekend but But most importantly About wreck remembering those who have paid the ultimate price for freedom and the reason we could have those barbecues reason. We can have a dinner with our friends and our families is because the sacrifices people have made on behalf of our country at Jeff. How Long Jeff Cathy? How long have you been Bankamerica about a dozen years? I finished up a twenty nine year career in the navy and up in Washington. Dc actually work for secretary Fran Harvey for a little bit who was so instrumental in building the CFI out in San Antonio and and So it's just It's just been a tremendous Company joined Reich. You know when Recessionary period head and really unemployment for the veterans was quite high which with this pandemic is Gotten up there again up in double digits. So as Kim said you know they're they're a great way to support. The troops is for those coming back. Who Want to enter the workforce and join their communities and they done They're good service and an honorable way for the country and what better way to improve their financial lives and employees them properly and in really appreciate what they've done and experience that they bring and they I mean they can run big that they've got the talent they got their work ethic that got the attitude and that's why we percent. Jeff thank you for everything you do with bank America and with Brian Moynihan and Dick's of a minute convert duty for of veterans and about Bank of America. God bless America and Tony. Orlando up sir. You're out they're bringing people in and you do wonderful things. Both of us are missing. Good friends that we work together Bob Hope and built as he had fisher. What can I say I I used to eat with your dad. at Copy Yola Restaurant Twenty years ago thirty years ago and had been dad. We must say that he knew how to have fun. Oh Yes dad but so do you don't you? Let's add your brother. Steve Fisher worked very closely together. Happy happing helping POW and the intercity kids at the bank. You only thank you. Tony Thank you can and thank you for everything you do and continue to do and God bless America. John About American Bob. Hope you carry this. Carry the torch very well. Thank you sir. Active like appropriate at the end of the show at the end of the show. We all stand up when we play. God bless Barrick..

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"ken fisher" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

09:12 min | Last month

"ken fisher" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Incident. Tony Orlando for everything. You do for our veterans with us With this is Jeff Cathy. Who is the head of Military Veterans Affairs at Bank of America? Whose spots of this hour. How are you jeff? John How are you all? I am good. I am Greg and we got ten Fisher the Fisher Brothers who does Dover House ten years on Memorial Day Dake and Ken. Are you there John? Well only Tony Ken. And and Jeff you you guys worked so hard for veterans Townie. You you started off helping With Bob Hope you grace hundreds of millions of dollars with Bob. Hope is that right up. I have been honored John to be able to take my career because of that. Little Song that you played was written by Irwin Levine. And Larry Brown made never thought nor did I on a rainy afternoon in New York that that's become a tool to raise money on behalf of veterans. I've been able to go to the rack and work for our troops in Iraq and I've been able to work for twenty four years free shows and Branson Missouri. I just want you to know that. The President Missouri's become a real spotlight for veterans in Nineteen ninety-three. We started a free show at the two thousand seat theater. I owned at that time. And for twenty four years we did a free show started out with two thousand veterans coming in for free ended up being five thousand people every single year on a waiting list to get on to see that show where we would tribute and Bob came Bob. Hope came in nineteen ninety-three to launch for me. He's been he was great as you know spearhead to raise money for veterans with his heart for this country and in my own little way. I have been honored to carry that condition that Bob hope gave me. I've been able to raise hundreds of million dollars more importantly creating awareness in this country and around the world to give respect to those people who go on and put their name on that bottom line and say. I'm ready to die from Erica. And on this Memorial Day. We honor those who did without them. We wouldn't have the freedoms that we have today and to those people who are against on this show. I'm honored to be with you Mr Fisher. I'm honored to be on you back at America's always always always been there for veterans and again here they are again and you John. We've been friends a long time. I WANNA share one thing about you with your audience. We did a fundraiser. And a show while you were running for mayor and I came out saying yellow ribbon and you actually send the course with money. And you're one heck of a singer Buddy Tony. I must say we always had a lot of fun together and hopefully win the ended. His virus comes. We will continue to have fun together. I WanNa Thank Jeff Kathy and Bankamerica Jeff. You are the head of the Military Veterans Affairs for Bankamerica at your sponsor. And as I said to you me your chairman. Brian hand both on the board of the Medal of Honor Foundation. Jeff tell us all the stuff that Beck. America does with veterans. Well of so much John and thanks for the opportunity. I I grew up with Tony. Sing Anti Yellow Ribbon. And I saw Bob. Hope on the USS Cole. Right around Thanksgiving and Christmas time Over by Lebanon and bring back great memories and and You know people outside of the military are very much supportive of of the jobs that That are done inside and as well as line morning. Hand and the leader of our company and he does so much as well as the management team and other senior leaders and Insofar as making public commitments to hire ten thousand bedrooms which we did in two thousand fourteen five year plan to bring some coming back from Iraq and Afghanistan and other places around the globe to get them Integrated and properly brought into the civilian workplace and joining the communities and contribute like they did in the army the Navy the Marine Corps Air Force also big contributions on property donations. And I remember seeing Mr Fisher up in But that's a Maryland And and Building New Fisher. Houses are watching them expand from twenty five to twice that number and we were early on in two thousand seven out there through the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund and built that Or supported and funded some of that and the private way with the Center for the intrepid out there in San Antonio Texas. I've gone out I've seen it burn units The Surf Wars and the people lose Amputated parts of the body. That really gets a core back in together Fisher family the leadership inside of our company and support not only these veterans and retain them and give them good career pass but military spouses in out of the two hundred thousand or so veterans who raise their hand leave the services every year and and and the spouses about ten percent of them want to start their own business right so they take an order for many years and now they want to give orders and really really lead the own trajectory and so were there for them in that respect we've got employee networks Military one inside inside the company. Forty one chapters now. Eleven thousand members to really help the young Army and Navy and Air Force Members. Come in and figure out what corporate America's like and help them with the business active man and some exposure other lines of business. We work with a lot of nonprofits in the Post traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury. Space that I know Mr Fisher and all of you are interested in so those nonprofits and the Bush institute really help us Generate larger outcomes for For Bank of America. So it's just a great pleasure to be lucky enough to be in this role with just a great leadership in the company. That is wonderful. A Bank America. Ten thousand veterans being hired debt is so wonderful And I work also very close. The Dixon woman who was a marine Vice Chairman of back America and he does some wonderful work Work the BURRIS. And I think we did eleven neck boy last year and I think we met there and it was so wonderful and Ken Fisher. Tell us all the wonderful things that that the Fisher family does. We started with the intrepid and and moved onto additional text house. Ken Yeah John. Thanks for having me in jeopardy was good to hear from you again We've so appreciated your involvement down at the center of the intrepid. Course Tony Orlando and all you do. it's started With my Uncle Zach Fisher that you knew when he brought the intrepid to York City and converted into the air and Space Museum. Where we have the Memorial Day ceremonies today The ship has been closed. Obviously for the last couple of months. But we're hoping to get it open soon. Out of the intrepid came a number of initiatives one of which was Fisher House which Which I am also chairman of and Fisher House is basically. We Build Comfort. Homes for families the veterans and active servicemen and women To stay in for no charged while loved one is hospitalized whether it be for morons whether it be from sickness or illness we have eighty seven fisher houses around the world including one in Great Britain and over the thirty years of the program. We've helped four hundred thousand families have to this point and saved them almost half a billion dollars in travel and lodging one of the houses that we still stands out particularly this weekend and that was the Fisher House we built his Dover. Which is we know is where where those who have given the ultimate sacrifice and come home and the families who were able to get to Dover would to to do. The unthinkable would come in at three four in the morning and witnessed the repatriation of their loved. One and then they'd have to get the car and drive to a cheap motel which we didn't think was Wasn't thicket of sacrifices that this family made we also found out that there wasn't a place for them to pray. So what we did was we we mobilized I I actually got a call from the surgeon general in the army who made me aware of the situation we broke ground in. May Two thousand ten and we finished the House November tenth. Two thousand ten. It was the quickest house we ever built but the need was obviously so compelling that we had to move and everybody around us involved with over you know was equally Dedicated to the project. So we were able to do it in record time but Thirty seven hundred families have used that house in the ten years..

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"ken fisher" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

13:54 min | 8 months ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"Savings savings by destroying the value savings by printing money and having negative interest rates. But this is a warning sign to Europeans actually people everywhere everywhere. This is the way central bankers think and the only thing Lagarde is gonNA create with this type of monetary policy. It's not jobs. She's going to create demand for gold. Right what Lagarde is telling Europeans. Is you better get outta euros right. Because we're going to sacrifice the value of your euros on this Keynesian Altar Sir of economic stimulus that we can create jobs by creating inflation and so she is going to destroy your savings. She is telling you that. So basically everybody buddy in Europe should be pulling their money out of the bank and they should just be buying gold. Everybody should be going gold money DOT COM and opening up an account and taking the balance that they have in euros out of their bank and putting it into gold. I mean you could keep a small amount of money. They're just so you could pay your bills right. I mean the money that you you WANNA use that you're GONNA be spending right but the money you don't Wanna spend it's like Gresham's law bad money chases out good money. Well you want to keep your good money honey in gold. You WanNa have a goal money account. Because they're your savings are safe there. Your savings are protected. They're not protected if you keep them in the bank if you keep them in euros or again if you keep them in dollars or yen or any of these currencies because any all of these central banks basically you know have bought into the same nonsense. They believe that there's some kind of trade off between growth and inflation and they can create jobs and create economic prosperity by printing money and by having interest rates artificially low when in reality. They're destroying prosperity. They're destroying real wages. They're destroying productive employment but they don't know that because they all worship at the same aim phony altar but while I'm speaking about worshipping at Altars I wanna Kinda talk a little bit about politics for the rest of this podcast income to the defense of a colleague somebody who works in my industry maybe even a competitor but really giant of this industry and that is Ken Fisher. Because you know everybody worships at the altar of political correctness and in today's Gotcha AIDS the Metoo politics right when somebody feigns outraged age at something right when somebody call somebody a racist. or in this case sexist. Everybody else has to agree if you don't agree when somebody pretends ends at their outraged that offended by something that somebody says if you don't agree and act just as outraged and offended as they did well. Then you're a sexist. Is Your Racist Right. And this is exactly what happened with with Ken Fisher Fisher investments. And if you don't know the story I'm going to fill everybody in a lot of people have probably probably heard about it but so Ken Fisher was at a conference a of money. Managers basically an industry conference Other people who are in in the same industry as Ken Fisher. We're gathered together at an event and it was supposedly an exclusive event. Everything was supposed to be confidential show. His talk was billed as a fireside chat right and so I think that the the atmosphere of the conference was one that Ken Fisher. Probably we've felt. Hey this is more like. We're talking to buddies kind of like a low key confidential event. I can speak more. Frankly these are my the people in my industry right. I'm not speaking to potential clients. I'm just talking to people who are really doing the same thing I'm doing and I'm basically sharing Some of my wisdom some of my strategy. Because he's a very very successful. Got I mean you have to admire a guy like Ken Fisher. I mean I certainly do. A- As a financial service guy as my own. Ria My own broker dealer. I mean this guy manages way more money than I do. I mean he manages you know billions begins in billions tens of billions of dollars that he manages whereas I you know managing maybe about a billion a little bit more so he's certainly more successful financially than I am now. Do I think that Ken Fissures on Investment Strategy is better than my no I own I mean. I don't think that people should be sending their money to Ken Fisher. I think they should be sending it to me to manage because Ken Fischer is very much a mainstream guy in his investment strategy strategy very much big cap. US focused Stocks and Ken Fishers. Clients will do well as long as the. US stock market keeps going up but when the stock doc market goes down his clients are killed just like everybody else's so I'm not admiring him for his investment strategy and I think has clients would be better off if they transferred their money to me. Because I think in the long run my strategy is going to do much better than his even if his done better over the last five or six years as more air era has gone into this bubble but we're I admire him is as a businessman as a marketing guy. Kasese done incredible job of building up Pizarro of marketing. I know he started out. You had a column at Forbes said he was able to parlay that column into this fantastic business that he he was able to build a self made multi billionaire and so i. I have to acknowledge that and I have to give them Kudos for for what he was able to accomplish. But anyway let me you get to the point here of what happened. So he's having this fireside chat with people in his industry and he's giving them advice like he's the the older guy the experienced guy he's already made it and he's talking to younger a younger audience of people in the same industry and he's kind of giving them some tips us on how to go about building up their business and how to get clients right which is something that he is great at right and so what can decided to do is using analogy. I use analogies all the time right people love my analogies I get you know a lot of compliments and the reason that I use analogies is I like to explain things. Ask using an analogy that that people will get people understand it and then it makes it easier for them to understand the point that I'm making now so the analogy algae that can Fisher chose to use. Maybe this is the problem. Was it appropriate for this venue or not. It's hard to say. I think that Ken Fisher again given that it was confidential and it was a firefight chat I think he felt comfortable being more himself. And and talking the way he would talk to his friends right and so he shows to describe the process of wooing a client like wooing a girl like let the art of Seduction and the a phrase he talked about was getting into girls pass right and so when i read all the stories all the outrage apparently started by this one guy who has a much much smaller firm then Ken Fisher. He is a competitor of Ken Fisher and he put something out on twitter and he said Oh my God I was shocked. I was discussed it. I was offended. This is horrible. Ken Fisher talked about getting into a girl's pants right and this was terrible. And how how can he talk like this. This and women were coming up to me and telling me that. Oh they were offended and a gas by these comments this talk about sexuality and sacks and you know this guy of course supposedly this hero you go to his twitter page. I don't even want to mention his name was I don't want to give them any publicity but you know everybody. Oh you're so courageous rages because you came out that is. I don't believe a word. I don't believe this guy was actually offended at all by anything that can Fisher said. I think he's an opportunist. I think he's trying to steal clients away from Ken Fisher. I think he's trying to make a name for himself at. Ken Fishers Expense. I don't think there's anything courageous about what he did. He knew that the metoo crowd politically correct crowd would jump on this bad wack and and make it out like he's some kind of a hero zero right well. This is all himself trying to advertise his own small. Ra and taking a cheap shot at Ken Fisher. But you know it's worked. He was right. This thing thing blew up Ken Fisher has lost billions right. A lot of these institutional accounts I don't know if he's lost any individual accounts but the institutions Susan's right. They have to do this if you if he's if it's a government entity or any type of institution they're afraid of looking bad right because now there's is all this outrage about Ken Fisher and you can go Google Ken Fisher and look on there. And you'll see all of these articles about his sexist comments. Right he's a sexist sexist. He made sexist comments at this conference at that conference has said Oh. We're never going to have him back again. We feel so badly about look. They knew about these statements. He made these statements. Why don't they say oh Ken? We're never going to have you back. They didn't pretend to be outraged until it blew up until somebody put the comments on twitter that they weren't actually upset at the comments at the time. No but you know. Once there was a backlash they felt that they had to jump on the bandwagon. Otherwise if they didn't denounce Fisher will then they are sexists themselves. But let's actually look at what Fisher said. I mean so he said that wooing a client alliant is like trying to get into a girl's pants. What is sexist about that statement? I mean first of all. It's a true statement right. I mean Guys WanNa negated girls pants and it's not even something that people don't know it's not like it's a big secret right if I'm going to like you know. Hey you know most of the people that listen to my podcast are men. But I know I have some women that listen to my podcast too. I mean it's not all men but if I were to say hey gals guess what we want to get into your pants. I mean it wouldn't exactly shock. You wouldn't be a big revelation that men want to have sex with women. That's what we do right. And so since didn't you know Ken Fischer is talking to an audience that is predominantly male. I mean I go to these conferences and the industry is mostly not exclusively men. But you don't have to be a man. Dan Understand the analogy. Basically what Ken Fisher saying. And he's actually said this at other conferences and it wasn't an issue until this guy made it an issue but he said look you know it's like a guy who wants to get laid he said if you go into a bar and your goal is just to have sex and a lot of guys is go into bars. At least they used to when they used to go to bars right now. It's a lot easier right. You just swipe right on an APP right and you can get laid but you know when I grew up when when Ken Fisher grew up we didn't have the Internet. We wanted to get laid. We had to work for it and so you go into a bar and if there's a girl sitting at the counter. Ken Fishers Point is you. Don't don't just walk up to the girl and start talking about what senator pants or you. Don't just walk up to the girl and say hey. Do you WANNA have sex. Because she's not going to be responsive SUV to that even if that is your goal you just can't come right out and say let's have sex. You GotTa have some game you got to be a little more seductive. You gotta come up you gotTA gotTa have some small talk. Got Complimentary maker Laugh Right. There's a whole process here right. It's a seductive process and he was trying on and make the comparison between that and the way you approach opening up a new client. This he says you just don't come up to a client and say give me your money or look at my great track record right. He said that's like saying look. I got my pants. You don't WanNa be that bowl you don't Wanna be that asshole of a guy. You gotta be more coy boy. You gotta slowly win them over. And that's basically his advice on how to how to woo a potential client and and and the art of opening up new accounts in cultivating relationships. Something that Ken Fischer is extremely good at he is. He is one of the most successful marketing guys out there and he is giving his advice to would be future. Ken Fishers and he's he doesn't. Is it have anything to gain from this conference right. Because then he's not talking to potential clients he's talking to competitors I mean so he actually did a good deed I'm trying to impart some of his wisdom on younger people and he tried to use an analogy that he thought that they would get right. Now it gets thrown back in his face. But let's think about this again. The idea that this is sexist. What is sexist about admitting or using an analogy about a guy trying to get into girls pants how is that sexist? I mean is it sexist. Because he's not saying that girls want to get into guys pants. I mean because that would be ridiculous. I mean even if they do women don't have to seduce men to get into their pants. All they gotta do is put their hand in there. I mean when he says that a man can't walk into a bar right and just go up to a woman and say do you WanNa have sex. It doesn't work. The other way around. A woman can go into a bar see a guy she she wants to have sex with. Walk Right up to him and say do you WanNa have sex and the guy's going to be like what is this a trick question my candid camera. Sure let's go. I mean ah most guys. That's what they're going to do so it's different right. Men have to work at sex in general now to admit that that's not sexist to the nature of reality and the relationships between men and women and I don't think that that's what they were implying that he should have said. Well it's women so I think that supposedly what they're saying.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

14:55 min | 11 months ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Let's say i was american only and tech only now you get down to other questions like well if the time for big cap and small-cap and intuitively in this period big tech has done better than small categorically so trying to fiddle around with little tech is kind of silly but on the other hand and once you get down into really big tech since really big is actually really big because dollar weighted average capital worlds like two hundred and thirty five billion dollars once you get to that point then. You're really talking about irrelevance. You've stocks to pick from now then. There's a time to apply stock picking to those relatively few stocks but you've just taken this haystack and winner to down on simple notions like one time to do big wants a time to do small wednesday time that tax should fit in the time that tex shouldn't fit fit in then. I've got my bias based on what i've learned in my life. It's the how i think that works and i ended up having those biases and after rethink all that stuff all the time the simple fact is the way i would think about the world always is take the whole world. Look what it is and look at how it breaks down into these categories and then say what are the categories is it should be working now and why and then once i've winnowed the world down to the categories. That should be working then. I do my stock picking their. If i'm dead wrong those is categories don't work what would be the parts. That would work really well. Let me buy them knowing that. I hope they actually lag there like my insurance. Policy always wanna to buy some stuff that does badly because if that stuff does badly it means the things that i thought would do well did do well. You've got to always have some counterbalance counterweight. That will protect you if you're wrong but you start with this top down view. What is the world. What should do well now. You don't have to be a genius obvious to know that traditionally bull markets as the bull market gets older and older and older fewer and fewer stocks lead the market higher that otherwise otherwise breath narrows so you say to yourself when you're at that stage were breadth should start narrowing. What should it narrow into you. Wanna be overweight there air but once you're getting into the area that it should narrow into if you think about it the stock picking is picking among fewer and fewer stocks. That doesn't make the stock picking any l._s. valid. Why do you want to go fishing in the whole lake. When you know that eighty percent of the fish or over in one part of the lake they might go to another part of the lake at a different time in the morning. They like this part of the lake and in the afternoon they like that part of the lake but you want to go where the fish are. You don't want to be fishing where the fish aren't on the hopes that you might cat one a big one out in the middle of nowhere. I'm curious about what you learn from this cycle with yulong experienced that you haven't really encountered before if you think think of this cycle which is now ten years old more or less slicing in time in half the twenty first century today that's also perfectly perfectly parallel to what you view as the global deterioration of the news business the news business really peaks and nine hundred ninety but it's going on gangbusters through the nineteen ninety s into two thousand really starts deteriorating after that tied to the internet since then the news news world as become much more what i would call stubborn hold onto false stories and that actually becomes a form of an arbitrage opportunity already these things start they start saying them they say them over and over again not all not always but sometimes blatantly the wrong and they keep going and keep going that keeps pushing people who don't know any better to keep believing that story and has had it goes on you can bet against that. That's something that i don't really think existed much in prior cycles in prior cycles. The news tended to follow reality. It didn't predict reality -ality it wasn't always right but it tended to adapt that term over time and now i don't think it does. I'm not really sure but that feature sure you can see this. I do a lot of things overseas. I spent a lot of time overseas and in almost every country. I'm aware of all the major countries of western europe. This function is very silo by country that is inside the countries spain italy germany little bit less germany mostly in germany france you you come from denmark with burson. Which is the greatest paper in denmark in my opinion by far this function of holding onto older ideas. He is once. You should have figured out just dead wrong. It keeps going and i think it's an rb crushable opportunity interesting so in continuation of that question. I'm curious yours about the biggest change you've seen over the years in the stock market and not just this cycle but just or your investment career. The biggest change has been the technology has allowed pricing bifurcated well. I was very young. You had new york stock exchange fix commission rates. Everything was very expensive today. There's there's things that are very inexpensive as a long term result of mayday but then you also have things that are very expensive so we've got the whole world of two and twenty stuff and then we've got the stuff that discount down to next to nothing and funds that you buy it very low basis points that world is just average fees. I don't believe <music> budget. All you hear a lot cheeser down. Fees aren't down fees just spread out from the middle and pancaked. You've got these very high fees on one end very low. Oh fees on the other end and in the middle there's less players but that all just come technology saying that technology has been the biggest change over the last forty years sounds. Don't try to me but it's true can have plenty of reading your book beat the crowd and we'll definitely make sure to linked to that new show notes fantastic book in that book you talked about. I widely as investors should think differently. That's not the same as thinking obviously the maga or at least it's not necessarily the same as thinking opposite the market. What did you mean by that. What will in its simplest sense stig. They conceptual framework of the market is it had pre prices all widely known information and i think probably all your viewers know that if you take all widely-known information and you agree with the consensus views on that you're agreeing with westbound pre priced and you can't possibly the notion of betting on what's been pre price prices kind of stupid then there's this other ilk that existed long long ago which would call itself contrarian. The fact is in in that vein can train as was often thought of as if everybody believes something will happen. The reverse will that also to me seems to be kind of stupid and by that what i mean is markets pre price but with a wide variance around that think of it more like the face of clock if everybody thinks noon will happen. It doesn't mean that it does mean that twelve thirty and eleven thirty won't happen. That's all been pre priced but three o'clock might happen and nine the clock might happen or the reverse. Six o'clock might happen if you were just a contrarian and you could see that everybody thought noone was going to happen. You'd be wanting to bet on sex ex but in reality three could happen nine could happen what the market pre prices. Let you know a band with of possibility spectrum that you i should assume won't happen in the marketplace because it's been pre priced but outside of that bandwidth anything else can happen. It helps you figure out out correctly part of the possibility spectrum to refute to repudiate and then think of out of all the other possibilities. What's most likely and that's where you go knowing again as i said earlier. You're going to be wrong a lot so you gotta be prepared for what to do if you're wrong. This is the reason why i don't that too heavy because if you bet too heavy and you're wrong you're dot you. Gotta say to yourself all the time. Here's what i think's going to happen so here's where i placed my bet and if i'm dead ed wrong and all that stuff won't work what would do really really well then and let me on a little bit of that. 'cause i gotta protect against being wrong because i'm going to be wrong a lot so keeping that in mind ken i know you have some very interesting thoughts on big tack and who's buying tobatek at the moment. Could you please elaborate for very the basic reasons. This is a very long expansion. It is the kinds of stocks that people by late and expansion or different than what they do early in an expansion mansion what they typically by late in an expansion is exactly what tech is at this moment in time you know if you think through the period after two thousand until two thousand and nine tech lag pretty much the whole way because it got too carried away before it's not as carried away this time as it is then but the fact is this category gory like all others will have its day in the rain and now it's having stay in the sun. This is a cyclical event. That feels like it goes on for a long time because this expansion goes on for for a long time and the expansion goes on for a long time because the average annual returns are low because the average annual growth rate of the world has been low in real g._d._p. There's a whole lot of reasons for that but we've had this longer grinding slow expansion which has led to the longer grinding joyless bull market get but late apple market things like this. The new entrance into the late stages of bull market are people who were too afraid to own anything before the things they buy by the push. The market towards final cop aren't the riskiest things in the world. They were too afraid. Don't anything before they're buying their initial stocks and they wanna buy things that they see as for the future leading names they know things they know will be around in case. They're wrong things that feel like even and if i'm wrong i can't go that wrong. So what do they buy. They buy the kind of growth the global names they know in some different cycles those could be parts of consumer staples. They could be a different cycle healthcare drugs but it's pretty common for them to be big high quality rowing tack doc because he's got that part where somebody can say i can buy it and put it away for ten years and i'll be fine which is exactly what people thought in nineteen ninety eight nine hundred ninety nine as they were buying the then mega cap tech stocks which actually were fundamentally sound companies pretty much a lot of hot air and a lot of a little tech companies then but not in in the big high quality ones yet over the next decade big high quality time on the little stocks and <hes> things that might be thought of as riskier as a category tend to lead is coming out of the bottom of a bear market and they do that coming out of the bond market because the kind of people that are buying men are exactly reversible the late stage buyer these are the people that are hard got steady as you go looking for big wins willing to do it among among companies that if the world was as bad as people once upon a time thought it might be in that recession and bear market if the world was really that terrible the company try gonna business and they get that big bounce if you go back to the history of stuff like were to bond stater innocent sink feld all all.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Let's remember the words of Mark Twain, let the truth and shame the devil. I like to say the devil. Looks after zone especially on the disco highway. On on today's show. We're discussing annuities. It's tiny like that this go. Highway. Take a nice news on a highway. It's time for one of our fan favorite parts of the show. Are they say segment where we debunk common myths? Half truths truce, and sometimes bad advice that they say, so here's one they say, and you may not have heard the ads from a national visor that say I would rather die and go to hell than buying an annuity. Rob. What do you think of this knucklehead? Yeah. Right. Wait that's a national ad that's run by a guy named Ken Fisher from Fisher investments. Personally. I hope can Fisher does dying go to hell. Anyway. But really why does can't Fisher do these ads? Well, do you think it might be because he wants people to cash in their annuities, and maybe invest their money with him could be now, I think it's that simple. But let's talk about what Fisher investment does. So after cash in your annuity. He may have what are called surrender charges or penalties. Well, Fisher investments says that they're gonna pay your surrender charges. In other words, they'll buy you out of your annuity. Now, do you really think that they're doing that for free? Were there might be some strings attached. Well, get ready because if you do that there are some strings, you may have some surrender charges while Fisher investments, they'll pay them for you. And what do they do? They'll raise your regular fee. They raised their feet. They raise their regular fee. So you'll pay a higher fee to Fisher investments, so that they can manage your account, and they'll have they'll charge you a higher fee for up to two years. Now does that sound like Fisher investments is really looking after your best.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Great nephew, Ken Fisher is. Coming back and talking with Jack to come down and spend a few minutes. I think. I think sack would be very proud. No matter how big this foundation. God we never deviated from Zack's designed. To take care of this basic under pre under appreciated need would just provide free lodging for a million veterans families at at these hospitals. I think that we stayed chewed disasters mission. I think that that the houses never ever became sterile environment. Because they got bigger it's always it's always a risk that you take when you change the design. That's worked. So, but we really didn't change it. We just grew it. And how does the foundation continue to grow the number of Fisher houses for so long? We were we were a well kept secret. And only the people that needed to use the house where people you know, that had a loved one that was going into the hospital for whatever reason whether it be wounded in battle Loor where they had fallen ill. Or become injured. They would start to learn, and, you know, and then, of course, word would get out. Slowly. Of course, social media has become a wonderful tool to help us. You know, increase the size of the mission scope and get the word out there. Fisherhouse house was never one to waste money on fundraising and advertising and so forth. We wanted to be able to look the donor in the eye. Shade the highest possible percentage on that dollar. We'll go exactly where you want to go. Not where I want to go. And that's very important because it's not at the end. It's not just about the population you serve about the population helps you doing that mission and helps you serve and if they're not satisfied with you. They're gonna find somebody else..

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"ken fisher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"So you have two months to get some significant tax planning done before you know, it's going to be thanksgiving into the holidays roll in. And then you're going to be like, oh my goodness. I didn't do anything. Please do not procrastinating on this. This is a one of the biggest fears that you could potentially look at because we have new tax law. Get our twenty eighteen tax planning checklist. Downloaded free on your computer. All you got to go to your money. You want dot com. Twenty eighteen tax planning checklist. If goes through several different strategies of what to look for go through that. And then if you've got questions Email us and say does this apply. Does this not apply? We're here to help you out go to your money while dot com. Get our two thousand eighteen tax planning check list. Speaking of lists were in the steps of we are this is eleven ways to protect your money insanity. As you age written by Ken Fisher. So he's probably feeling what he's aging. Well, yeah, I'm sure you've heard him speak, and he's very he talks short sentences, and he writes short sentences because the seventh one is drive the safest car you can when I was young I hot rod that were hotline. I know, but you I I would say I drove a hot hot rod. Even know what that means. Because you were tough gins jeans. Yeah. Tough tough kids have. Breath. Tufts get the reasons why they were so good. You wouldn't tell you that. You're not on the strip wasn't a hot rod. The reason why I wear those jeans and like them as they were double stitched in the news. So you wouldn't wear your knees? Now, of course, it's you on your knees because you're what you're playing sports. Sliding into bases. That's all I had. I played it a buy counterfeit Opie. So good. I would get the second basic getting ready for. Catch play the outfield. That's a Hct..

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"ken fisher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"So you have two months to get some significant tax planning done before you know, it's going to be thanksgiving in the holidays roll in. And then you're going to be like, oh my goodness. I didn't do anything. Please do not procrastinating on this. This is a one of the biggest years that you could potentially look yet because we have new tax law. Get our twenty eighteen tax planning checklist. Downloaded free on your computer. All you gotta do is go to your money you want dot com. Twenty eighteen tax planning checklist. It goes through several different strategies of what to look for gold through that. Right. And then if you've got questions Email us and say does this apply. Does this not apply? We're here to help you out go to your money while dot com. Get our twenty tax planning check list. Speaking of lists. Where in the steps of this is eleven ways to. Your money insanity. As you age written by Ken Fisher. So he's probably feeling what he's aging. Well, yeah, I'm sure you've heard him speak, and he's very he talks at short sentences, and he writes in short sentences because the seventh one is drive the safest car you can when I was young I hot rod that were hot rod. I know. But how you say it. I I would say I drove a hot rod. Hot rod. That means. Because you were tokens genes tough tough kids. The series breath. Tough skip the reason why they were so good. You tell you that you're not on the strip. Wasn't that a hot ride? The reason why I wear those jeans and like them as they were double stitched in the at your knees now, of course, it's you on your knees. Because you're you're sliding into bases. That's all. I played it by counterfeit Opie. So good. I get the second base. I couldn't read any further. Tuck. Can catch. That's a Homer for sure. Oh.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on WJR 760

"Look out for. Oh, yeah. This should be discussed right up front and the question that most investors aren't asking is how much is my investment costs. They know the advisory fees. What is your management fee? Advisory costs one maybe one point two five baby is high as one and a half percent. But they don't know the cost of the investment that they're in. And we see this a lot with variable annuities, and we see this a lot with mutual funds variable annuities can be very expensive. I think anyone that's seen. A Ken Fisher commercial knows that this point it's although he completes that with every other type of Toronto that in and that's a little bit of misdirection on his perpet-. Anyway. Yeah. So when you're looking at the excessive fees, you're looking at variable annuities, and this is because you're basically investing with an insurance company. They're taking the money they're turning around investment in sub accounts, which are basically mutual funds within the insurance company. So you're looking at sub account of fees for those you're looking at mortality expense fees. You're looking at death benefit fees. You're looking at rider cost cost admin cost you start. Adding all those up typically gonna fall between three to four percent in fees. That's quite a bit. That doesn't mean there's there's not good annuities out there there, are you just need to know what you're looking for. I've been around for quite a while. So in defense of of the variable annuity, there are reasons, and this is where it it takes having a good qualified adviser sit down with you and look at it. But and I know you've run into a Steve where were they have a death benefit guarantee you and they got beaten up by the market pretty well because they were aggressive because of the death benefit guarantee, and they they put in four hundred now they got two hundred and twenty thousand and the whole idea was well transfer to the next generation..

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"ken fisher" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He's on TV actually was shown that he owned companies that sold annuities. And investment do news. Did a big spread on Ken Fisher. And how he actually loves annuities. He doesn't eight them. So there's a lot going on where. People will tell you. They don't like these. But they really do. And I don't know why they do this. I think it causes mass investment confusion. Other other people who are what I would call stock based investors that want to put all your money in stocks and mutual funds. Are I'm a big fan of stock. CDF's mutual ones for a portion of one's assets. Not the whole thing. You don't want to put all your money and doing new nobody you'd want to have a balanced portfolio. Maybe ten percent cash forty not fifty percent, stocks ETF's mutual funds things like that. You don't want to just do stupid things. So great call Gordon, we're gonna take more of your calls now at eight hundred three to one zero seven ten if you have a question for us. And if you want the book, call us now, eight eight eight nine eight Jesse get the book when you schedule and keep your no obligation of you. So I really wanna meet with you. Now, pick up the phone dial in eight eight nine eight eight Josh we've dedicated staff, rich, Cindy, David. They're there to take your calls. Eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh eight eight nine eight five six seven four. We'll be back after these messages don't touch that. Dial tax deferred the ical such as 4._0._1._K's and IRAs. Sound good? Upfront. But did you realize that when you retire you'll have to pay taxes on all your earnings? You can legally minimize your taxes when you withdraw retirement funds with tax free, IRA's and other tax favored accounts. Call the Dolinsky advisory group now at eight eight nine eight eight Josh that's eight eight eight nine eight.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Is not happy no this is ken fisher hates annuities so i mean guggenheim is an enormous asset manager so this story says it has three hundred five billion dollars of a m in so i suppose you know the thing is it's funny a lotta times you you see these frauds and huckster is just like these individuals who scammed people but it's probably almost just as easy to do it within an enormous organization like this where things can just slip in the cracks i'm very much looking forward to to the details of listen see how this plays out okay so this is something we've talked about before and there was a story in the new york times in this is our survey of the week and they wanted to know why younger people are not having is many babies as people did in the past and they did a survey so take it for what it's worth but the number one factor for people having fewer babies is that child care's too expensive okay that i that i buy but this is sort of a funny survey in that there's like twenty different choices yeah people can give multiple multiple reasons wait hold on i just saw this worried about climate change so that's is that the bring a baby into this world was that a write in or i the funny thing is is the one of the very bottom don't think i'm a good parent that should actually be the top probably right i mean some of the other ones so worried about the economy can't afford more children waited because of financial instability i i guess i kinda want more leisure time i kind of see these but honestly i i don't think a lot of people when they're deciding on having kids or not are looking at child care but maybe that's for people who want to have multiple kids and they have one in realized but it is i mean that's more for a lot of people that's could be as much or more as another mortgage payment yeah reach kid it it is insanely expensive i'm not having a second child until the ten year goes above three percent that's my reason i'm going to wait until the s and p is firmly ten percent above the two hundred day moving average so there was a story about student.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Offered by most financial advisers can use annuities on they get a bad rap because sometimes they're missed sold the people at by them don't understand everything about them and then you have people that are out there bashing them in fact ken fisher whose everywhere on the internet always bashes up and i would say that some of his criticism is is correct when he talks about variable annuities but totally incorrectly talks about either fixed or index to do what he's but what you have to understand what annuity is at the heart an annuity is a contract with an insurance company is going to promise to pay you income that's what they were originally designed for income tools so everyone actually has everyone that pays pays us social security taxes guess what they have to they have new nudity really okay absolutely returned social security on helen's pay for as long as your life all right it was a hit annuity is like well do you hit your social security so but the thing is there there's two sides to an annuity there is they pay outside and that's how we kind of figured like social security you put money into social security and then you go into certain time you fill out a form you flip on the switch and you get income and income comes to you for as long as you're alive okay so two months later if you're driving down the road and something happens and you get your life as you know ends so people don't like about that kind of a structure i give money to an insurance company he promised to pay for the rest of my life is what if i die prematurely then the money goes back to the company right company wins correct in fact one of the companies that we use they set this what we call maturity date that's when it's going to start paying you out all the way out to the to the very mature age of one hundred fifteen well all right yes now that doesn't mean if you put money with his company you can't take it out until one hundred fifteen it just means if you don't do anything and you're still alive at hundred fifteen they're gonna start paying you.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The course of his career he's up there with the greats there's there's guys that you don't know about that have compounded money at higher rates over their careers but their careers haven't spanned as long so he is still one of the greats what's the secret the secret is the fact that buffet always has dry powder when the market goes down it's really that simple and the problem with bonds are they're not gonna do that for you they also have a horrifically high opportunity cost meaning did to hold them you are making less than you ever have because rates are so low the yield on those bonds are so low and and that was one of the beautiful things about bonds when we had a bond portfolio making six naff seven percent we could just when markets got crazy like this we could just let the bond side of the portfolio stack up cash stack of cash and then that cash plus the bonds that we're going to go up when the market went down we'd harvest those gains off the bonds grab the cash the dump the the the bonds had been dumping into the account and there was a dry powder there was what we used to go buy more stocks but neither of those are happening today because the amount of yield or the amount of cash that your bonds are throwing off into the account is right around the same of what you're probably paying in fees and not to mention the fact that the bonds are losing value themselves so you're getting hit on both sides if you're just a one hundred percent stocks well that's even worse and i know there are people out there like ken fisher the one hundred percent stocks all the time ask ken fisher guy how their portfolios perform versus the s and p five hundred over the last ten years it's not good and yet he'll charge you one and a half to two percent to manage your money.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Financial grope our number four zero four nine zero nine zero eight eight eight we'll stevie wonder therefore he was forty one years ago this week that that song was number one on the radio his own bosch to duke ellington there and remember songs in the key of life what a great not one not two but triple album said i remember that one very vividly from high school so you played that to calm me down i did i did this is chris christie's he launched right through my phone this week because he heard some of the the financial shows here on wsb and well there were some good things there were some things that kinda got his ire up a little bit and we're talking a little bit about that i i will tell you this if you've been listening to our show for a while and you may have heard some segments that we will repeat and we've done that because they are very popular segments and they get a lot of people do respond in one of the the segments that i've used as the ken fisher segment because ken fisher goes off on annuities all the time say i would rather go to hell than sell you an annuity and chris you always said you know why close yourself off to a certain financial vehicle completely slamming the door as you say it's just not smart it's not smart for an adviser it's probably not smart for the consumer and that's what you hear out there sometimes people just it's either black or white either go there or don't and there's no in between yeah if you close yourself off to it and you do that for extended periods of time these financial products change so it evolves people used to buy individual stocks then all of a sudden they wanted active management so mutual funds became popular and then mutual funds have had their issues and i'm not a big fan of them in today's environment.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on FT Money Show

FT Money Show

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on FT Money Show

"So when fide that which was okay well thanks very much there to govern jackson the ftc economics correspondent you can read or leave featured this weekend all you ready for rate rise in among section of the ft weekend newspaper or online from friday after dot com slash money wasting an asked me anything event on the evening of wednesday octavia 25th with all us investment called miss ken fischer fischer investments if you want to come gates f t dot com slash ken fisher events ticket cicilline few available which cost thirty five pounds including a glass of wine all too if you quit and v full terms and conditions ansett brexit preview investment portfolio is an enduring question and it's one that mike a curry investment directorate fidelity has tackled in her ft money call them this week gene joins me now in the studio to discuss woke micha thanks k c you made the point that there are two things which already weighing on investors moines's right now brexit the bad let's touch on the latter if investors worried about obamacare leeming around the corner what do yes will this fate to be worried about the end of the bull market we've had a bull market for eight years running now and invest is on increasingly nervous about an impending correction the short on says this very little that you candy because the fact of the matter is the initial stages or the final stages of the bull market are often the most profitable foreignbased based so you don't want to take all your money of the table tease seed you could miss some money into cash but as i say the new risk leasing aren't i think the most sensible option is t.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on FT Money Show

FT Money Show

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on FT Money Show

"So when fide that which was okay well thanks very much there to govern jackson the ftc economics correspondent you can read or leave featured this weekend all you ready for rate rise in among section of the ft weekend newspaper or online from friday after dot com slash money wasting an asked me anything event on the evening of wednesday octavia 25th with all us investment called miss ken fischer fischer investments if you want to come gates f t dot com slash ken fisher events ticket cicilline few available which cost thirty five pounds including a glass of wine all too if you quit and v full terms and conditions ansett brexit preview investment portfolio is an enduring question and it's one that mike a curry investment directorate fidelity has tackled in her ft money call them this week gene joins me now in the studio to discuss woke micha thanks k c you made the point that there are two things which already weighing on investors moines's right now brexit the bad let's touch on the latter if investors worried about obamacare leeming around the corner what do yes will this fate to be worried about the end of the bull market we've had a bull market for eight years running now and invest is on increasingly nervous about an impending correction the short on says this very little that you candy because the fact of the matter is the initial stages or the final stages of the bull market are often the most profitable foreignbased based so you don't want to take all your money of the table tease seed you could miss some money into cash but as i say the new risk leasing aren't i think the most sensible option is t.

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"ken fisher" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ken fisher" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"We have a saying that your money doesn't care how it's made okay and so having said that i just saw banner i saw a banner on one of my investment websites that said eight and a half percent annuity returns right aide africa and i get i get calls all the time about that and what do you have eight and a half percent where are lescot guys they don't exist okay so what they're talking about is they're talking about income annuities that grow your stream of guaranteed income by now percent not your actual money and those are not the type of annuities the we sell we we we we don't sell a lot of them first of all but we think that the correct annually i don't think i know the correct annuity can be a wonderful part of your investment portfolio but not the types of annuities for the most part of their there's always exceptions ride but what we want to stay away from and this is sort of counter intuitive we wanna stay away from income annuities right annuities the promise lifetime income guarantees you published in their own well why more most you're probably like oh i've heard annuities are horrible and and and recap this we've talked about this before on the show but you have to schools a thoughts you talked to the insurance salesman of course and they're going to you all its annuities and don't risk your money and you can make all this and look at these guarantees then he got the other financial advisers like ken fisher you probably heard monte and new these are horrible we'd never so annuities blah like most things.

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