17 Burst results for "Smith Barney"

"smith barney" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Investment company new investment advisor. I don't know what my investments will be. And it concerns me more than I can put it into words about how how am I going to recover from this? So really I wanted to ask you three questions and see if you can help me figure out how to get in front of this. And really the first question would be have you ever heard of a company doing this before? Kind of selling off its investments because they deem that they can no longer compete in the investment market. The second question was have you ever heard of victory capital? Are they accompany like, Financial Engines? Or are they a venture capitalist company? Who are they and the third one is how do I get in front of this and regain control of my finances? And and just make sure that whatever happens with my money that it's something that is beneficial to my wife, and I saw three very good questions. I yes, this does happen from time to time mergers and acquisitions do occur in the financial services sector fairly frequently. It's you know, the name of Merrill, Lynch that everybody knows is not really Merrill, Lynch. It's actually Merrill, Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith. All of those names were a result of acquisitions and mergers over the past hundred plus years, you've got Morgan Stanley, but it's actually Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, and so Welles at one point got together with a guy named Fargo. Whatever happened to Roebuck. Now, we all used to be Sears and Roebuck. Now, it's just Sears and even Sears is going away. So yeah, this kind of thing does happen from time to time. Have I ever heard of victory capital? Now don't know anything about them. Third is the most important question because you're not in control of the first two, right? You're not in control of whether the company decides to acquire or be acquired or merge itself out of existence. Or what have you second? You may not know the new group that has taking over and you're not in control of that transaction anyway. So none of those two really matter. It's your third question. That's the crux of the situation. How do you retain control over your future in the face of all of this? Right. First of all take a deep breath and really nerve wracking. But it doesn't need to be for two reasons. Number one, as you pointed out, this isn't going to occur for another nine months. It's third quarter of twenty nineteen before this transaction reaches a conclusion. So that's that's the first thing for you to deal with second recognized that even.

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"smith barney" Discussed on Sip on This with Ashley Nicole Black

Sip on This with Ashley Nicole Black

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on Sip on This with Ashley Nicole Black

"LS Sally was a Wall Street CEO an industry veteran. Fortune magazine once called her the last honest analysts I've had the pleasure of interviewing her before. And I think she's great don't think I'm not rich. Let me turn this off right now. So my first question is why do you focus on women and finances specifically. Well, first of all, I'm not you told people not to turn it off twice. My personal. I am that person. Who would not listen to that episode because I would say I don't have money. What's the point of me listening to this? And the point is we're talking about building money. That's exactly right and building wealth, and in a capitalist society, which is what we're in money is power. And we don't often talk about it. Because the science tells us it's not lady like to talk about. But the guys have more of it than we do. And you he made a great point. We live six to eight years longer than men do eighty percent of women die. Single ninety percent of us manager money on our own at some point in our lives, and yet because of the gender pay gap because of the time we take off to have babies, you know, and take care of families because of the gender expense gap or things for women costs more than things for guys because the gender debt gap where debt costs us more. We have less money. There's also a gender investing gap, which very few people pay attention to which can cost women hundred thousand five hundred thousand women million dollars over the course of their lives. So the reason I focus on it. I grew up on Wall Street, I ran Merrill, Lynch wealth management, Iran, Smith Barney. But you know, what it was guys doing business with guys, and as I transitioned out of those big companies, I thought wait a minute. I might think the idea we don't need a an investing platform for women. Money's gender-neutral might think that except the numbers tell me, otherwise the numbers, tell me that the investing industry is by men for men and cost us women a fortune over the course of our lives in guess, what it might not be easy to build wealth. But the concepts are not that difficult and somehow the industry just make some hard in order to increase their value in order to make you continue to come to them. But there's some very simple concepts that can help one have more money and thus more power in their lives. I like that you put in terms of power because I'm looking around me. And a lot of the women. I know women I interact with online are really interested in building power. And we're talking about. So care. We're talking about activism and intersection alley and all these things, but I'm not hearing women talk about money. And I mean, you might want the world to be a different way. But the way the world is right now money is power. Exactly. Right money is start my business power, which means leaves the job. I don't care for power. It's by a home power..

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"smith barney" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Program, and I'm not on the air for like seventeen years back in January when we had the big decline from January and February don't worry folks, we're going to retest the old highs, and we'll probably go higher, and we did. And we did this time. I'm saying something different. How to write a lot when it comes to this thing but being wrong. You don't wanna be wrong and lose money. You want to be wrong and lose opportunity. That's the key right now the old adage to buy low and sell high, and I'm telling you to go and sell. I'm telling you that it's time to get a second opinion on your investments, and your portfolio and getting someone to take a serious look of how you can control what you already have because it's far easier to keep what you already have than what you might have lost through a bad investment. I show this to people come to see me in a lot of folks set appointments with me every single day from this radio program. And when they see me I show them my brochure of today. I show my brochure from almost thirty years ago when I was at Smith Barney, and I sure Shearson Lehman Hutton, whatever we were called at the time. And I show them. It says the same thing we put a safety net on every single investment in your portfolio in the belief that it's far easier to keep what you already have the. Makeup. What you might have lost to a bad investment. It's not that the investments are bad. Sometimes it's that the market environment becomes bad, which causes you to lose money. Warren Buffett the oracle of Omaha said rule number one is don't take big losses rule. Number two is to see rule number one. This market has changed why? Because of interest rates you think that that's not directly rated the stock market. It does relate to everything to do. With the economy interest rates set, the terms of our cost of money, everything from credit cards to home loans, Car Loans to business loans and businesses borrow a ton of money. This could have an adverse effect on your investments and your retirement. I am really urging you to not do the same thing that happened to you potentially. If you were around and had big money in two thousand eight. Eight and lost fifty percent of your money or in the year two thousand if you're old enough and lost half your money to time since the beginning of the year two thousand two times since the new millennium a lot of people think planning for retirement just about saving and investing money. Let's part of it. But there's so much more to it. It's a milestone in life it marks the most significant change since perhaps your marriage or the birth of your children because it marks a time that you'll no longer be drawing a paycheck from work or maybe a reduced paycheck for those who think that they're going to reduce the workload. And they own a business or something you're gonna have some residual income coming in it or a part time job, but the risks are much higher the.

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"smith barney" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Can save yourself too comfortable. If you just want to be comfortable, you have a nice little house in the neighborhood and you go, you go to go to applebees twice a we. You could get Gulf. Go for it. I'm not anti. But if you want to get wealthy can have scared money, go Rollet. My financial adviser is young Jisi. I don't go to Morgan Stanley Smith Barney. I go to young Jisi. That's what I'm talking about. So Donald controls, some picks who gives her, I love Andrew luck. Those picks Big, Ben throws picks to Super Bowls, Eli, those picks Super Bowls toe down the field we, yeah. I mean, you wanna throw more receptions than picks. That's kind of where if the balanced tip sometimes, yeah, John Young, Jesse also says, throw more touchdowns than intercessions. That's part of his financial plan. Yes, I think it's the most impressive you've ever been with me in the history of the show. The funny thing is I was going to interrupt you and say that, but I was like, I don't know. I don't know if he's going to he's going to get it and then you know surprise how. Yes. So I'm watching this. I, it's really fascinating to me to watch that show with LeBron James last night called the shop and. They're Odal Beckham. I feel like I should save it for the top of the show. I'm going to shave it for the top of it's too good to just hurry through. And I've only got about a minute and a half here. I got to tell you. They've done a lot of barbershop shows. We've seen a couple of these, the Alabama football had won and LeBron got one. And I mean they do barbershop shows, but there were two moments in that show. Last night. One would LeBron which was really interesting and it's why the Lakers are so fascinating and one with Odell Beckham which is equally fascinating. And I know I've been critical of Odell Beckham. I know I have been, but I will say something and you're going to think, oh, a flip flop or you don't.

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"smith barney" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Investments advertising marketing really helped a great? Deal with outreach and trying to? Get the. Message out across admittedly what you're saying you know this More affluent population who used Smith Barney. For financial advice the state's learned early on what they could do with firms. Like ours was, say we'll give you the ability to, sell your product through your brokers, but you also need to make, the effort to sell, the product directly. To the public and that was? A, real departure for firms like Smith Barney and Merrill Lynch for example but. The state's really came to demand that and to expect it and today when we look at where the market is still there are ninety plans offered. Across the country Different plans sixty of them, are offered directly to the public thirty are offered through financial advisers we're gonna get to that in a second because I'm very bearish on that thirty okay, because, I, feel like it's a complete waste of money. But I'll get to that in a second and the markets proved you, out on a little bit of a way yes so. Let's start with the basic construct of a five twenty nine formed in the late, nineties at of the I guess there were prepaid tuition plants always, right absolutely and interestingly enough it was the states that recognized I the real need to. Help American families save for tuition that was just increasing at astronomical rates in, the late, eighty s so you saw states like Michigan Kentucky Florida create these. Prepaid plans in the late eighties it was those states that, really led the way for interestingly enough senators Graham and McConnell to jointly sponsor section five twenty, nine in, nineteen Ninety-six so the plan is created and essentially you can put money in creek. Grows without current taxation federal or the state level right and when you take the. Money, out presuming that it's for the what's called a qualified, educational expenses there's no tax on all the accumulation that's correct and the only whacking penalty you get is if you. Don't. Use like oh well my kid Mark got a four year cello scholarship and I had no. Other kids so now in that case I get wacked with, a. Ten. Percent penalty money, coming out actually in that case you, don't tell if you're lucky enough that your child has that Chiloe scholarship you won't pay the ten percent penalty on the earnings in fact if your child, if, unfortunately, something happens if he dies or becomes disabled. Or wins a scholarship or goes to one of the US military academy You're exempt from the ten percent penalty on. Earnings you will pay income on the earnings right because then you right, it's penalty, free so the only penalty that is levied, is just yank it for. No reason you needed the money correct okay correct but one of the things in a way, the offset to that is, sometimes. People are scared if they put money, in they'll never be able to get it back for example, traditionally people would you know give new. Newborns check. Raider bar mitzvah you get a check crime formation to get a check, when, that, check is, written to the child it's child's money, you can't take it back you. Set up an account we, call those ultima accounts uniform gift to minors that account it. Belongs. To them if, that child decides he didn't want to go to college it's their money off. The big time the incredible thing about five twenty nine. As the, account owner always, has the right to take the money back and that, gives comfort to a lot of people gives comfort to grandparents for example Who if one grandchild, doesn't go you. Can shift the beneficiary to. Another one or you know. You can you can take that money back OK event of. An emergency so let's just play that out for a second so I'm a grandparent, you're my granddaughter and I put the. Money away for you and can I move the money between say a different family cousins or does it have. So you can do it among the whole next generation correct you'll of, possible okay It's a very broad definition of member of the family okay so now. There's a couple of extra benefit some states like. The great Empire State of New York where, we are sitting right. Now we'll offer a state income tax incentive that's correct how many of the states will do that. Thirty five. States including the district of Columbia but that, tells you something that tells you that those states recognize as a policy this. Is something. We want to encourage people to do even if you're state does. Not actually offer a, state income tax deduction I don't think, California does not nor does Texas so you live in California live in. Texas you're listening to this you don't have to use your. Plan that of that state as long as it's. Not the prepaid in. One if it's if it's the college savings plan then you. Can go to any other state rep and there's no residency requirement, that's correct and there's no restriction on where your kid could go to school? That. Is absolutely correct. But Can I add one just for those listeners Texas I would tell them even though you, don't get a state tax benefit look. At your state plan because there may be other benefits fly example you may get protection in bankruptcy, from creditors your account may be protected within that state your account may be exempt. From financial aid considerations by the financial aid entity in your state that's interesting another good example which is sort of a fun. One New Jersey if you've saved for five years. And the New Jersey plan you may be, eligible for a five. Hundred dollar scholarship from the state of New Jersey it's really worth it even if there's not a. Straight tax. Deduction or tax credit it's worth it to, always start with your home state I okay we'll get back to our interview. With Andrea. Fierstein in just a moment if you've got a financial question maybe. It's a college funding. Question Maybe you've got a. Five twenty nine plan. Maybe you've got one of those weirdo you promise accounts they're, not really weird but a lot of people have questions. About them. Let us know how can we help you out just.

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"smith barney" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

Success! How I Did This

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

"Navigating the volatility is challenging and so to go back i also got fired by vikram when i was running smith barney over at city different story different set of circumstances this is two thousand and eight smith barney had missile products to clients that we thought were low risk and ended up being high risk and we thought we'd lose a little money in the downturn lost all the money in the downturn i advocated returning the funds and vikram disagreed and there was a back and forth went to the board and i won but got fired is which happens when you go up against your ceo but he had a back up you think about that move from sandy weill to chuck prints vikram pandit if i tend to look at my experience in isolation i said well vicar fired me you know well actually i was the very last of any of sandy wiles direct reports to still be reporting vikram so if you think about leadership team the entire leadership team got wiped out and you know rebuilt between amongst those three ceo so is not at all unusual particularly in times of crisis if you're going to have different ceo's your your chance of losing your job skyrocket in your book own it you'd mentioned that you're firing from city that you think that at least it was partially due to your being a woman very scandalous you say oh she went there she went there on my gosh she's playing the woman card let me explain i very much believe i i know that i was fired from city because i was different and that i was literally told by individuals who said i'm carrying a message from the ceo literally sit down and shut up like literally sit down and shut up i wouldn't because i really believed that we had made a mistake that there was a path to curing the mistake that it was client friendly that it would actually save the bank money over.

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"smith barney" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Because that was the easiest major they'll still please you're asian parents and when i graduated i didn't know what i wanted to do but i just know i wanted nothing to do with economics ida internship at smith barney got my dad hooked me up with every asian parents pride and joy and i'm like nah i can't i just can't do it like this is i can't like picturing myself behind this desk for like forty years looking at mutual funds i just want to shoot myself so i was loss man and i tried it i tried different things right i have three jobs when i graduated i was used car salesman by day at like the shadiest car lot in san diego because we specialize in selling to people back credit so we're like they last resort our slogan you used to be when a person comes at a car lot where like either you buy the stocks neon at twenty four percent interest rate or you take the bus it's a pretty easy selling point it'd be thinking about and after that job i would go in the evening to the comedy palace a comedy club where i worked as a doorman and trade will get a couple of minutes of stage time onstage and that's i grind it out and stand up and then after that i'll put it in late night shift at a strip club called fantasy showgirls is a really grimy grimy strip club in san diego on university since shutdown.

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"smith barney" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"So that's kind of what it's like when you when you go to a investment firm you know anything with the big names on them you know the name names but the you know who they are when you walk in there one first thing is if the door if the name on the door is not the name of the person or the owner of the company then you're you're getting direction from somebody else that person's getting direction on what they can offer you okay so what they had to do they tend to try in in sell you the best up they have guy and a their supervisors there you know the higher ups only allow them to sell these certain things interesting i had a conversation with somebody a few years ago and she worked for a big firm smith barney and her dad was independent planner like us and i was like you know why are you working wild chicken work for your dad she's like well i will especially after what happened because she had this nice client that was in they were older and what turned out to be the best option for them was a fixed annuity that was kind of like a cd gave them a fixed rate of return that's a risk and they didn't have anything else to offer them in her manager said will you can yeah you can write that for them but you won't receive any compensation for it even though pays compensation smith barney disincentivize them so they won't pay them out the rep give them anything for at least they're working for free now what's in the client's best interest the annuity that point the fixed nudie was but they don't allow do that so the the rap because they are commissioned base is not going to do something that doesn't put food on the table so they had.

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"smith barney" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"I never did it again so maybe maybe he's actually cheap lesson you learned early rather than late so to tell us maybe just a quick time line on getting up to starting your own investment advisor and then we'll we'll delve into some some topics there but what but what was the progression was it you lost the commodity investments at aright i'm i'm hooked or what was what was the progression i was hooked on on investing and i thought it would be a thrill to be in the investment not the investment advisory business we didn't even know about that back in the sixties but i wanted to be a stockbroker and i kept going to this company called harris upham eventually they become part of smith barney and i begged to go to work i said look when i get out of college i worked for nothing i just wanna get into the industry and back then they didn't hire college graduates they hired people who've been out and had some sales training and so starting age was more like twenty seven and i was twenty two but got them to hire me and i thought it was going to be absolutely amazing business it didn't aiglon for me to figure out the countless of interest and i was a broker for less than three years and i left the business did some venture capital were started a couple of companies on my own and took over a a public corporations small one in the pacific northwest and got it turned around and was able to kind of retire theoretically at age forty and so i decided now i know what i wanna do for the rest of my life i wanna be an investment advisor and teach people a better way to invest that does not involve wall street so i was a relatively early this month advisor a dfa wasn't even on dimensional funds wasn't even on the on the horizon at that point and so i got into the business and i did it as a hobby.

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"smith barney" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"This is the rich dad radio show the good news and bad news about money here's robert kiyosaki welcome back to the rich dad radio show the good news and bad news about money my name is kim kiyosaki i am hosting today's program and it's a very very special program i recommend you listen to it again and again you can listen to our podcast at rich dad radio dot com i recommend you do that because there's a lot of information and oftentimes you'll hear what you'll hear the first time you'll hear something else the second time so our guest today is sally krajicek she is the c e o and cofounder of ella vest and innovative digital investment platform for women she's also the chair of elevate network which is a global professional women's network and before she took on these entrepreneurial ventures she was the ceo of a small company named merrill lynch wealth management ceo of smith barney and cfo of city groups and she's also the author of a fabulous book called owning the power of women at work i highly recommend it in her website is elevate dot com so sally we were talking about how women have innate traits that really can benefit this new changing business environment that we're going into can you just give us a synopsis of of what those traits are and how they can be useful to anybody in business today what we find is that you know women are not spending men or not better than women on average they tend to bring different traits in greater numbers into the workforce so i think all this sound familiar to you relationship orientation women tend to win that longer term perspective nintendo to be like a little bit shorter term within a little bit longer to either neither bad different and powerful when combined women tend to side.

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"smith barney" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"The rich dad radio show we're talking with sally crow check ceo and co founder of ella vest in innovative digital investment platform for women she's educating women about money about investing and how to do it she's also the chair of elevate network which is a global professional women's network and before taking on her entrepreneurial adventures she was ceo of merrill lynch wealth management oh just a little small company ceo of smith barney and cfo of city groups for a nice little resume their she's also the author of own it the power of women at work and her website ella vest dot com sally one thing i love about your book own it is that you you kind of have this premise that the business world is changing so rapidly and if we keep doing things the same old way a lot of companies are going to be out of business but you say there is one asset that is not being recognized and not being utilized and those are the the innate traits that any women have can you just give me a synopsis and then in the next section we'll go into that a little bit more so so i actually up to feed on us right actually had a gentleman and manslaughter this to me on san man's splaine man slain i like that on it should be the new word for the changing the environment business what do you mean he said well when great communication skills went on our relationship oriented weather so as we discussed with the where women are some mission oriented.

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"smith barney" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Direct dot com your financial education continues now back to robert kiyosaki and the rich dad radio show welcome back to the rich dad radio show the good news and bad news about money just as kim kiyosaki i am hosting today's show and we have a very special guest salad crowd check she is the ceo and co founder of ella vest an elvis is an innovative digital investment platform for women we're going to talk a lot today about women and investing and the power of money in women's lives and before becoming an entrepreneur she was the ceo of merrill lynch wealth management ceo of smith barney and c f o of citigroup's she's also the author of the book own it the power of women at work she is an incredible role model for women and especially young women who want to achieve everything they want in their life hey when we were last talking we were talking about that you said the economic crisis of two thousand eight was not just greed stupidity and deception which it was but there was another big problem called group think you talk about the importance of diversity in a business and in a company what do you mean by that well it conduct diversity is you know if you think about it and we go to an extreme to make a point if i were to start a business on my leadership team has my twin and my triplet and a clone of man and other climate of being another climate be what's the point.

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"smith barney" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

WSJ MoneyBeat

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on WSJ MoneyBeat

"Financial incentives in sort of the the private batikhi space in soho what a what how did he do it morgan stanley i just want us or give of the people might not know who he is a little bit more of the context of because he had a pretty decent size career yeah he joined in two thousand nine right after you know merrill got sold and he had worked with the ceo of morgan sanley james cormon beckett at merrill so we came in to run uh tupper an asset in wealth management works had a couple of different auctions but on his watch you know wealth management they had been integrating and a couple of pieces the purchase of smith barney a huge deal for them and and that could integrated very well margin that business have gone steadily up uh and and you know it's really now we know morgan stanley's engine it's it's the it's about half a revenue it's very stable it's a good business and a lot of that happen on griggs watch and as part of you know james gorman nina know morgan stanley ceo who come from meryl to by transform morgan stanley dithered to be more consistent in its sort of flows them kind of less ping pong him back and forth from what got morgan stanley in trouble you'll remember us was other the housing shorts and so they really have de the trading side and have gone heavy into wealth and asset management which will turn up then offers sexy diseases they don't they don't make a lot of headlines but they're very stable they don't screw up that often they don't require a lot of capital that's the other thing you were mentioning you know when when a lot of these to remedy guys were going out on their own um you can do that when your business doesn't require a lot of money when it's or just a relationship and a and a knowhow um kind of business you can do it without a big ballengee so so there's a lot of um that's i think the attraction there for a lot of folks with with the rolodex is but.

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"smith barney" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It particular back in the day there no other people of color on set it was all white men laughing at this joke about asians and i remember thinking this feels terrible this feels wrong and um i don't ever want to feel this again and so i've tried my best to avoid the situations we're listening to the interview fresh air producer in rebuilding auto recorded with john show who stars in the new movie columbus after we take a short break we'll talk about his role as harold in the herald and kumar films this is fresh air support for this podcast than the following message come from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they'd been offering financial wisdom on our brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you've wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic one of your big roles was in that two thousand four movie harold and kumar to white castle i'm how did you come to get that role um that rule was based upon a guy named harold lee who's a friend of the riders and um they wrote the movie with me in mind because herald got mistaken for me all the time.

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"smith barney" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"You know we we talked yesterday that that trade is not dead right trade is secular it's not cyclical i gave the stat to people really interesting two thousand five nine percent of the fortune five hundred companies were uh from the emerging markets fastforward to last year thirty percent of the fortune five hundred companies are from the emerging markets that trends not gonna continue and when we look at growth rates sure the whole world slowed but the relationship between the developed in the developing markets very much intact emerging markets still growing at nearly two times the pace of the developed markets one thing that i've been thinking is look at the successive cormon this quarter morgan stanley wealth management smith barney been smith barney business which errors can you replicate that elsewhere are there physicists that you looking at right now that had nothing to do with the macro growth in the united states that could be moot needle movers became down 2020 of you look at how how we've defined growth what we've gone from sixty consumer markets to forty we've gone from covering thirty two thousand institutional clients to fourteen we think within our own target clientbased there's plenty of growth and when you look at what we've laid out in that trajectory to a nine dollar eps that growth is really driven by low single digit growth rate good expense discipline reasonable quashed a credit and capital returns who we got lots of leverage in there to pull but you know you got the backed by forty thousand people you had to add nine thousand in the regulation and compliance what a present trunk deregulation no dance rouleau easier on the on this the brake pedal federal reserve allow you to change that and make it senior don't spend so much money on regulation maybe free up more capital number thing.

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"smith barney" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Morgan peck moco directed the film get me roger stone which is available on that flicks after a break he'll tell us about the personal scandal that derailed stones career and wise been called to testify before the senate intelligence committee also justin chang reviews the new filmed the war for the planet of the eighths i'm dave davies and this is fresher support for this podcast and the following message come from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they'd been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcasts available from your favorite podcast director morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members civic in 1988 trump flirts with running for president decides not to and roger stone has a career of that as a i guess a sort of a somewhat conventional political consultant he works for various campaigns he was chairman of pennsylvania senator arlen specter's effort at a presidential bid in 1995 ninety six ends up with the the republican candidate bob dole's presidential campaign in 1990 six that was seen a bill clinton running for reelection and then something terrible happened to his career tell us about this so roger was a true washington insider he had been intrical and and jack kemp's campaign he had tried to make arlen specter the president and then he finds himself working for bob dole who a close associate of roger says there there could have been a candidate that he would be lesson thuesday asked about running for the presidency and yet roger always want to have as his hooks in whoever was the republican nominee so he he ends up a national chairman of dole's campaign.

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"smith barney" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"smith barney" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It's really changed a lot i have a lot more respect for my body not as a thing that look sexier cooler skinny or whatever but uh as a thing that kind of carries me around and is a thing that i need to kind of treat with respect because it's a it's not permanent let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us my guest sir comedy writers camille known johnny and emily v gordon and camille is also of course an actor and stand up comic and is on silicon valley in the role of deneche but but they call wrote the new film the big sick which camille also starzen we'll be right back after the break this is fresh air support for this podcast in the following message comes from morgan stanley for more than eighty years morgan stanley has offered financial wisdom to its clients and for the last few weeks they been offering financial wisdom on a brand new podcast the morgan stanley ideas podcast will answer some questions you wondered about for years and others you didn't even know you had find out on the morgan stanley ideas podcast available from your favorite podcast directory morgan stanley smith barney llc and morgan stanley and co llc members citric so in the film when you come out of the coma everyone is told that you're going to be especially honest because of all the drugs in your system so is that a fat that means is that happen he asked that true it is also true that i tend to be a little little lucy greasy i'm quite informal with my parents i have a very i've allegedly kind of relationship with them bites.

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