35 Burst results for "Springer"

Blue Jays ride Manoah's arm more than their bats, beat Bosox

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Blue Jays ride Manoah's arm more than their bats, beat Bosox

"Another dominant outing for Alec manoa helped carry the Blue Jays past the Red Sox four to one Manoa tossed 6 innings of one run ball with 7 strikeouts to improve to 11 and four Being able to play you know and guys like that and a team that competitive and be able to go grind it out and get a win is always good Toronto trailed one to nothing after Bobby dalbec second ending solo blast but scored three times in the third including a go ahead RBI single by George Springer With the loss the Red Sox dropped to zero 11 and one in series against AL east opponents Geffen Kool

Alec Manoa Blue Jays Red Sox Bobby Dalbec George Springer Toronto Al East
Hernández has winning hit, Jays rally in 10th to beat Royals

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hernández has winning hit, Jays rally in 10th to beat Royals

"The Blue Jays pulled out a 6 5 win over the royals on a walk off single by teoscar Hernandez in the tenth inning Toronto scored three in the tenth after Vinnie passed smacked a two run Homer in the top half to put the royals ahead 5 three Vladimir Guerrero sparked the Jays come back with an RBI double and scored on pinch hitter rymel tapio space hit Guerrero had three hits and reached base four times George Springer added a two run single in the Blue Jays 11th win in their last 13 home games versus Kansas City Jordan Romano got the wind despite allowing the go ahead Homer in the tenth I'm Dave

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Red Sox beat Jays 6-5 in 10 to avoid three-game sweep

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Red Sox beat Jays 6-5 in 10 to avoid three-game sweep

"The Red Sox needed extras to defeat the Blue Jays 6 5 the Rogers center tied at three of the tenth JD Martinez was hit by a David Phelps pitch with the bases loaded forcing Jackie Brantley junior in with a go ahead run Two matters later Alex verdugo followed with a basis clearing double Phil locked in right now you know I like where my head's at my swing I like where you know what I'm doing with the ball going from the left field line to the right field line So I'm just going to keep that approach Toronto got to within one have the tying run at third base with George Springer popped out to end it John letherby to run

Rogers Center Jackie Brantley Alex Verdugo David Phelps Blue Jays Red Sox Martinez Phil George Springer Toronto John Letherby
Toronto beats Boston 7-2; Red Sox win streak ends at 7 games

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Toronto beats Boston 7-2; Red Sox win streak ends at 7 games

"George Springer and Vladimir Guerrero junior had third inning home runs as sir Ronald took care of Boston 7 two at Rogers center Springer's 14th at Guerrero junior's 18th of the campaign was followed by Matt Chapman's two run shot in the 5th off Red Sox starter caught her siebel Obviously first to have bats didn't necessarily go the way I wanted them to but you know I think I made the adjustment there that third up at Kevin goldsman with 7 shutter anything striking out ten as Boston sees it 7 game winning streak come to an end John Luther Toronto

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Blue Jays rally from 5 down, end Yankees' 9-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Blue Jays rally from 5 down, end Yankees' 9-game win streak

"The Yankees 9 game winning streak is over after the Blue Jays turned an 8 three deficit into a ten 9 victory over the AL east leaders The 5 run comeback came off home runs as Taylor Hernandez belted a go ahead three run blast in the 7th One inning after Lourdes guriel junior launched a Grand Slam to get Toronto within a run Vladimir Guerrero junior hit his 17th home run and George Springer also connected for the Blue Jays Josh Donaldson Anthony Rizzo glaber Torres Kyle higashioka and marwin Gonzalez each at home runs for the Yankees who led 8 three in the 6th inning I'm the

Taylor Hernandez Blue Jays Lourdes Guriel Yankees George Springer Vladimir Guerrero Josh Donaldson Anthony Rizzo Glaber Torres Kyle Higashioka Toronto Marwin Gonzalez
Garlick, Miranda 2 HRs each, Twins end Jays' win streak at 8

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Garlick, Miranda 2 HRs each, Twins end Jays' win streak at 8

"Minnesota belted 5 home runs to stop turtles 8 game winning streak with a 9 three victory at Rogers center Kyle garlick had a pair of home runs before leaving the game with a hamstring injury While first baseman Jose Miranda also had a two Homer game the first of his major league career Byron buxton went deep in the 9th to cap the twins scoring George Springer and Vladimir Guerrero junior each homered in the laws Darrell cotton won it out of the pen He's now one in one You say kikuchi lost it he falls to two and two John Luther Toronto

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Judge hits 3-run HR in 9th to give Yanks 6-5 win over Jays

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Judge hits 3-run HR in 9th to give Yanks 6-5 win over Jays

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Bichette homers, Gausman fans 10 as Blue Jays top Astros 3-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Bichette homers, Gausman fans 10 as Blue Jays top Astros 3-2

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP AP AP sports sports sports sports I'm I'm I'm I'm David David David David Shuster Shuster Shuster Shuster it it it it was was was was a a a a full full full full slate slate slate slate of of of of major major major major league league league league baseball baseball baseball baseball action action action action Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday we we we we start start start start in in in in the the the the American American American American League League League League or or or or George George George George Springer Springer Springer Springer hit hit hit hit a a a a pair pair pair pair of of of of home home home home runs runs runs runs against against against against his his his his former former former former team team team team Toronto Toronto Toronto Toronto defeating defeating defeating defeating Houston Houston Houston Houston two two two two to to to to one one one one elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere Kyle Kyle Kyle Kyle Garlick Garlick Garlick Garlick with with with with two two two two home home home home runs runs runs runs in in in in Minnesota's Minnesota's Minnesota's Minnesota's nine nine nine nine one one one one victory victory victory victory over over over over Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Bay Bay other other other other winners winners winners winners in in in in the the the the AL AL AL AL Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore the the the the white white white white Sox Sox Sox Sox and and and and the the the the Yankees Yankees Yankees Yankees who who who who won won won won their their their their eighth eighth eighth eighth straight straight straight straight three three three three nothing nothing nothing nothing over over over over Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas city city city city in in in in the the the the National National National National League League League League Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee Milwaukee won won won won its its its its fifth fifth fifth fifth straight straight straight straight nine nine nine nine win win win win over over over over the the the the cubs cubs cubs cubs the the the the other other other other winners winners winners winners Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia and and and and Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado and and and and an an an an interleague interleague interleague interleague action action action action Miami Miami Miami Miami Texas Texas Texas Texas and and and and Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit were were were were victorious victorious victorious victorious no no no no NBA NBA NBA NBA or or or or NHL NHL NHL NHL games games games games on on on on Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday as as as as both both both both league league league league playoffs playoffs playoffs playoffs pick pick pick pick up up up up over over over over the the the the next next next next few few few few days days days days off off off off the the the the ice ice ice ice Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit decided decided decided decided not not not not to to to to renew renew renew renew the the the the contract contract contract contract of of of of coach coach coach coach Jeff Jeff Jeff Jeff Blake Blake Blake Blake Scholl Scholl Scholl Scholl and and and and back back back back in in in in basketball basketball basketball basketball the the the the Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento Kings Kings Kings Kings have have have have narrowed narrowed narrowed narrowed the the the the list list list list for for for for their their their their next next next next head head head head coach coach coach coach to to to to three three three three mark mark mark mark Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Mike Mike Mike Mike brown brown brown brown and and and and Steve Steve Steve Steve Clifford Clifford Clifford Clifford pro pro pro pro football football football football the the the the NFL NFL NFL NFL draft draft draft draft concluded concluded concluded concluded with with with with national national national national champion champion champion champion Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia sending sending sending sending a a a a record record record record fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen players players players players to to to to the the the the pros pros pros pros I'm I'm I'm I'm David David David David Shuster Shuster Shuster Shuster AP AP AP AP sports sports sports sports

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Springer homers twice vs former team, Jays beat Astros 2-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Springer homers twice vs former team, Jays beat Astros 2-1

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Your dog's personality may have little to do with its breed

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Your dog's personality may have little to do with its breed

"Researchers researchers researchers researchers confirm confirm confirm confirm what what what what dog dog dog dog lovers lovers lovers lovers know know know know every every every every pop pop pop pop is is is is truly truly truly truly an an an an individual individual individual individual there there there there is is is is a a a a popular popular popular popular belief belief belief belief that that that that each each each each breed breed breed breed of of of of dog dog dog dog has has has has their their their their own own own own specific specific specific specific behavior behavior behavior behavior and and and and habits habits habits habits in in in in the the the the journal journal journal journal science science science science study study study study co co co co author author author author Eleanor Eleanor Eleanor Eleanor Carlson Carlson Carlson Carlson at at at at the the the the university university university university of of of of Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts says says says says it's it's it's it's a a a a stereotype stereotype stereotype stereotype that that that that kind kind kind kind of of of of behavior behavior behavior behavior is is is is very very very very she she she she replied replied replied replied my my my my dog's dog's dog's dog's environment environment environment environment and and and very very very little little little seller seller seller Kelly Kelly Kelly was was was walking walking walking her her her English English English Springer Springer Springer spaniel spaniel spaniel in in in New New New York York York who's who's who's friendly friendly friendly but but but she she she was was was also also also kind kind kind of of of look look look clean clean clean three three three while while while Rachel Rachel Rachel cams cams cams mixed mixed mixed breed breed breed is is is really really really affectionate affectionate affectionate with with with me me me and and and my my my husband husband husband but but but pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty pretty suspicious suspicious suspicious of of of other other other people's people's people's dogs dogs dogs match match match what what what we we we think think think they they they should should should be be be but but but Carlson Carlson Carlson says says says a a a lot lot lot of of of them them them don't don't don't we we we have have have a a a tendency tendency tendency to to to pay pay pay attention attention attention to to to the the the dogs dogs dogs and and and remember remember remember the the the ones ones ones that that that fit fit fit into into into our our our stereotypes stereotypes stereotypes and and and forget forget forget about about about the the the ones ones ones that that that don't don't don't fit fit fit into into into our our our stereotypes stereotypes stereotypes the the the researchers researchers researchers even even even found found found golden golden golden retrievers retrievers retrievers who who who don't don't don't retrieve retrieve retrieve hi hi hi Matt Matt Matt Donahue Donahue Donahue

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Springer hits tying HR, Jays rally to beat Red Sox 6-5 in 10

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Springer hits tying HR, Jays rally to beat Red Sox 6-5 in 10

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Springer greets Houston fans with leadoff HR, Blue Jays win

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Springer greets Houston fans with leadoff HR, Blue Jays win

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Springer answers boos with HR, 3 hits, leads Jays over Yanks

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Springer answers boos with HR, 3 hits, leads Jays over Yanks

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Jays stay close in wild-card race, hit 5 HRs, rout O's 10-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Jays stay close in wild-card race, hit 5 HRs, rout O's 10-1

"But J. salt five home runs setting a new franchise record at ten one victory over the Orioles at Rogers centre one of your career with junior tales Hernandez George Springer Bo Bichette and Dani Jensen all went deep for Toronto who set a new club best for running for president season with two hundred fifty eight rookie Alec model what was dominant using his fastball as his weapon of choice to go seven innings giving up a run and hit each and striking up ten Warren hills the Yankees lost to Tampa Saturday means the blue jays wild card hopes are still alive entering Sunday's season finale Jonathan Toronto

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Shane Baz wins MLB debut, Rays cut Blue Jays' wild-card lead

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Shane Baz wins MLB debut, Rays cut Blue Jays' wild-card lead

"The blue jays led to nothing until yandy Diaz belted a three run Homer in the fifth inning of the res six to four victory Diaz had three hits and scored twice to back Shane Baz who worked five innings to earn his first major league win it was like a dream come true type thing trying to just keep my composure and remember the plan and just execute the jays fell to thirteen and for this month despite homers by Tasker Hernandez Florida's Gurriel junior and Marcus Semien Toronto trail six two on the nights until George Springer doubled and scored on Semien's forty first home run the race now we D. alias by seven games of the red Sox the blue jays are just a half game ahead of the Yankees for the second AL wild card on the ferry

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Two Unseeded Teens Battle Their Way Into US Open Final

The World: Latest Edition

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

Two Unseeded Teens Battle Their Way Into US Open Final

"Head to the courts. Now center court at arthur ashe stadium. That is tomorrow is the. Us open's women's final though you'd be excused for thinking. It's a junior's match. Two teenagers murad o'connor from the uk and layla fernandez from canada. Are squaring off in flushing meadow in queens new york sports writer. A springer joins us now. She writes about the intersection of sports in society. So this match between two teenagers. A condo and fernandez are we witnessing history here shera in some respects were witnessing history is the first time. Two teenagers have met in the final of a major since the nineteen ninety nine. Us open. That was when serena williams who was then seventeen defeated martina hingis who was than eighteen however at that point in nineteen ninety nine williams and hinges. Were already well known tennis stars. That is not the case for rod kanu and fernandez.

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"springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"springer" Discussed on Unashamed with Phil & Jace Robertson

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Politico Sells to German Publishing Giant Axel Springer in Deal Worth About $1 Billion

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Politico Sells to German Publishing Giant Axel Springer in Deal Worth About $1 Billion

"No Price disclosed, but it's reportedly worth a billion dollars. Axel Springer and Politico already have a joint venture with political Europe. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is bringing a restaurant to D. C. The Washington

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"springer" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"springer" Discussed on The Playbook

"I'm your host david meltzer. I have occidental alumni most. Importantly as i am and president obama dan springer ceo of docu signed. Docu sign needs no introduction. Neither does dan springer. Welcome to the playbook. Dan thanks to have me and the yo triumph eight tigers. They're right on well your career is exceptional in. It's so much fun. To see. someone exceed excel in the business world from a small college. And so i wanna start because everybody talks about including my three girls. You know all the big schools the ivy league schools. And i think about all the things that i did in my career from running my first exit in the early nineties. Three point four billion with west running bone division of samsung to leigh steinberg. Sports entertainment. I go back to occidental. What i learned on and off the field at occidental so i was curious..

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"springer" Discussed on Section 138

Section 138

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"springer" Discussed on Section 138

"So he's got a lot of time left and the one thing he needs to do and the one thing that he still has time to do is reestablish his reputation and what better not to reestablish your reputation by going to a different organization. I feel. That's the best course of action and you might see that a little bit more down the line with the astros contracts expire. I'm not sure personally. But that's how i feel and that's one of my theories. And if i was in that situation i would want to reestablish my career and i would want a fresh start somewhere else in. That's that's personally how i feel. And this is if springer went to the mats to came to the jay z. Went anywhere else. He needed a fresh start. And this is perfect for him. He's still young or he's in his early thirties. Now he's been in the league for seven years. This is exactly winning needs to reestablish his reputation and. I'm glad he took the opportunity to do it here. Obviously but the one thing too is. I know that entire team was guilty. obviously it was more on l. Too vague correa bregman however of course everyone knew what was going on and they're still guilty for it unfortunately but it's just it was unfortunate and i'm sure when you look back on it now they're all gonna regret it. One day and springer springer's well it takes away from him because along with all these other heads because regardless of their cheating or not. These guys are still elite baseball players and forever. They're going to be questioned for how good they really were. Based off of these scandals. So for george springer come over here for the next six years and start fresh. You know when he has the time to do it. Still this could potentially reestablish his career and the one thing for sure he is become a fan favorite here fast. We know how quickly jays fans will fall in love with players. I'm sure everyone's on you know. Most of people are really happy to with hundred and we've seen with other players two fifteen. David price was a hero after the first in Like the the game sold out and from there on out the rest of the season. Sellouts it when i'm trying to say is the point is that they can win over. You can win over the jazz fan base that quick and springer. It's it's a great opportunity for him. And i'm just i'm looking at all these numbers and projections for and there's lots of projections coming up for him already. And this the take to take the senate's obviously if they're playing games at rogers centre. That's how the numbers were conducted going to be altered because they'll be likely playing elsewhere but he's projected to seventy nine is projected to hit thirty. Six home runs ninety. Two rb is and that just screams elite baseball and somebody who can lead the way for this team and be a leader both on and off the field and we know off the field..

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"springer" Discussed on Section 138

Section 138

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"springer" Discussed on Section 138

"Hundred and fifty million dollars as always joined by bryan and jacob. They did it. I'm in shock right now. All my word. I think we all are how this nights started. How this night started with the report from. I can't remember his name. But all due respect to him brandon coon sitting in a barber shop getting a haircut reporting the news. It's slowly slowly built up. Remember we all text each other right away saying You guys see list and unread away. All of us we. Let's not look too much into it at slowly got better. All the big boys came into play and just before we started this. It is confirmed by jeff passan and of course we have the deal. They did it. They beat the mets. The funny thing. I wanted to also mention right before we were about to report. Like we got a few tweets i believe it was from kendra. Tweeted trying to scroll through twitter and it's absolutely blown up but they said deal is said something about it's finalized and then right before we're about to come on. It was like actually hold on. It's not finalized. Jays only over seventy percent chance of signing him. Sort of like okay. So is this going to be a five minute thing or is this going to be till two. Am type of a marathon quickly mark before you go. We're getting we're getting reports. Now of the mets the mets offered them and they offered them around a one twenty to one hundred twenty five million dollars. So there you go. I think that's gonna change the dynamic of this a little bit. I think we're going to be looking a bit different at this deal. Now that we know that the mets closest offer was Hundred and twenty million dollars but yet. And now we have been nichols and smith saying that george springer is just landed in florida expected to take the physical We're going to finalize things. Hopefully so yeah. I wanna learn before we get to our thoughts about this deal what we think about the number and like i just said the number on the other side of things for the mets. How did you guys. I learn about this deal. What was the moment. 'cause as you mentioned we were going through this. All night glued to twitter for me. I couldn't find my phone. I placed it on the other side of the desk. Where i'd never put it and i could not find it for the first thirty seconds so i couldn't post knows freaking out What about you guys are. Honestly it's time is. I think it was probably about like ten fifty was announced so i was just in my i was in my host just locking it up and everything just ready to go to bed and then i think i. I gotta discord notification saying you know George springer had science. I was like oh. I just miss somethings. I didn't have my phone. And then i literally..

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"springer" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"springer" Discussed on Talking Junk

"Springer being an anti war democrat. He introduced an ordinance to make it illegal for Cincinnati residents to serve in undeclared wars because the US never declared war in Vietnam. Emotion lost by he gained popularity because you know controversy creates cash. Yes. We know always always. He did a lot of publicity stunts after that like spending the night in jail, try to push prisoners rights. So he was. Already, into controversy into media charged stirred things up making. Out The. He was you have to be you know what I mean. That's the only way to get somewhere life. He was dating Margaret Beltran for Awhile and they got married in June sixteen, Seventy three. He seemingly offer a little while fame fortune. Beautiful wife he was destined for political greatness. Or so it see. Jerry Springer. So April seventy four write in Chew Jerry Springer show fashioned. He was GONNA be exposed because they like sting on on prostitutes. and. Vice, COPS. Checks written Jerry Springer name. So he paid for sex with checks. Sex which ex sex, which sex sex which checks. Switch axe. So he didn't care deposits six out he yeah they were. either. The way it got seized either way so they weren't getting it anyway. But still found by then he. Had A big head he thought he was. Important. Enough that the cops are GonNa put it on the table I guess. He's cocky. wrote a check. Why else would you take down unless you think you have power? Funk rights, but I'm just speculating that's my. Under for. Services rendered services. But can you imagine? That show. Congressman who pay for sex and the checks that exposed. The next Jerry Springer. Confessed whole thing step down. So he took action straightaway. Got Did it so. That was a commercial. act. With this lady and I paid her with something. I didn't write it down because it was too funny for me. There was no way I was going to be able to to reiterate that. At. Cincinnati. put them through the ringer after that. They hate him for a while. But you know that they started loving him they started rubbing about it. We we'll do. Little. Interviews and stuff they would tell them a still writing checks. Jerry. You. Always to Own. Your own home me. Stop It. Checks. He did the only thing that he's always done that he used the publicity at ran for mayor and he won he was inaugurated as Cincinnati's youngest. Law, to live seventy six. Eighty one he wanted a bigger stage and he resigned to run for the governor of Ohio but only came third. That summer he retired from politics. Broke he was broke. It wasn't really making money from me. Wholesome campaigns. He had a daughter. They had a daughter and she was she was born. Legally blind she was deaf in one ear and she was born without nostrils. Nasal passageways. So they did the surgery to fix that but there wasn't much else and he was. If nothing. Else, he was devoted father so. He needed to make a living so he quit politics. But then he had all the networks reach out to him. He they wanted him to be a news anchor. So, of course, you're GonNa go to go where the big bucks I'm GonNa, take it. They. Want me to be a news anchor go right now I. Don't know how to say the move they don't have to train me but..

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"springer" Discussed on Talking Junk

Talking Junk

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"springer" Discussed on Talking Junk

"Today we're going to start off with a new segment called Joke Talk News. Did you guys hear about the man in Florida that stole a car. From his old job. Drove into the airport. Tried to steal a plane to get his all the way to California. The COP stopped him in the plane and he said he had it take his weeds, California. Supported I been. The cops even know how to fly plane. which is a valid question is that is. That not. Marijuana alone. Don't that set aside can you find this motherfucker? He was smoking more than just now. I WANNA gotta be. Because we don't do that. As that. There's also a lot of stuff in the news this week about Nick Cannon. Viacom dropping while out A. Lot about what he said Anti Semitic statement. When she apologized for and turned on him. Because he apologized but he did the right thing he did apologize because it wasn't meant for that. But we're we're we're not going to really get into the to the comments. To controversy even though controversy creates cash but. That's neither here nor there K. Buff Bagwell was was in sports this week. WE START OFF WITH A. Major League Baseball. Training Camp Open July first and sixty game schedule begins with two games twenty third. Yankees versus nationals and the giants versus dodgers. Next Day on the twenty fourth we got the mets versus the braves. Let's go mets. To the end. Watch sports? No more well. Not, I watch..

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"springer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"springer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"All right everybody Springer here yeah looking through the intrepid ones are left here yes indeed everybody it's four in the morning here in Israel I could say anything it says some perfectly legit how does that was a compliment few cars that it really it isn't four AM just for those of you listening what time is it in it is real ten thirty five no no that's no what is it eight thirty five in the evening that's correct that is exactly right boy I haven't done an evening show since my very first years as a talk show host I did it I did my first ten years were all at night this is a very different war about the time and my time radio as a as a broadcaster man I love like them both I don't have any I don't have a preference actually anyway one A. Prager seven seven six show the head of the world meteorological or organization just released the U. N. report on global warming we have to get rid of all fossil fuels in every area including transportation these people are crackpots my friends the remedy is worse than the problem that's Bjorn Lomborg sole point so we would do more good for the world if we just give everybody in Africa a mosquito net then we would in the following visa wreck with we would we would save more lives giving people mosquito nets they don't really care about people they care about because she's the same thing happened what was the thing that remember DDT thirty one Africans to have the the theater many Africans died of malaria because of rich westerners who do who don't like the the three it's remarkable this was another this is just another example in the the latest hysteria there's always a left wing hysteria but now there there were more than ever and there at the same time the next one is the president had a phone call with regard to premium investigations you know that the the Ukraine is not responding mail to any the latest news is that they are not responding to any investigation of Burris move the the company because the video they are so afraid of alienating the left in America that they're not investigating charisma I told you left fear of the left is the most the dominant thing in the world not just the United States so they won't even investigate their own corruption because they don't want to alienate the Democrats in the United States because god for bid it comes out folks every single individual who has any shred of intellectual honesty knows the bidens are corrupt there is corrupt is the Clintons why did they put the sun on their board while the father was the vice president of the United States because of his knowledge of Ukrainian oil I mean it isn't even a question it's not a question and why did the father role I would isn't it doesn't it reason to or the what they call a fix a little wrong you're going to get paid millions of dollars by Ukrainian company to sit on its board while your dad is vice president of the United States Gee there's nothing wrong with that the left is always done this they scream and scream while the murder in this case it's not murder but that's what they're thinking about the Soviets that's what they did big big screen that all all these terrible things of the world and then they created their own the room log the the state they murdered all the many of the heads of Poland in the continuum forest massacre but they blamed it is is fascinating the blade on the real moxie.

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"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Smart money with me house key Springer today unveiling how not to get caught by a tax surprise in retirement it's no fun getting caught in any kind of surprise this was actually taxes especially in retirement yeah I can't do anything about it so yeah I'm not going to get into the very surprised you could have like getting out of the top in the wrong time only that one for you thanks for that picture Keith but rose to the top yeah but tell me that can never happen but we were talking a little bit earlier about some of those big tax surprises that had a summer before the break there we were talking about specifically required minimum distributions on that fun stuff but we talk all the time you're on the show Keith about building a forward looking tax strategy for retirement but what do you really mean by that well there's a lot to think about I mean this is a lot of questions to ask yourself evaluate how to keep more money in your pocket instead of handing it over to the IRS you have to do this and again you know hire a coach to help you with this if you love doing it that's fine but ask yourself what do I think the future tax brackets are going to be even after president trump signed the tax overhaul bill into law this going to be other changes hopefully to the benefit of the individual but you never know how is my tax bracket going to change when I retired it will I can't stress that enough it's part of the retiree master plan we put together make sure you're doing that some people believe the taxes will go down in retirement but that isn't always the case in fact that a lot of time it isn't you lose a lot of deductions and especially in the first few years when you're likely to be more active in this drawing more income you may lose some deductions you had in the past maybe you don't have your mortgage anymore you closure business ask yourself what's the income going to look remember it's taxable income versus tax free income with after tax money your overall retirement plan should include accurate income plan that can help you assess how much money you'll be getting from various sources don't forget that some of your social security will be taxed a we just talked about our India's member when you read seven and a half you got to start taking them what that figure going to be a member they change but you've got to have an accurate number in plan accordingly into I want my loved ones to pay taxes on the money they inherit if you don't have to put in place to protect them as well lot of people think K. I'm just gonna spend what I can't I'm not going to worry about IT whatever's left is left but you can do both again proper planning you can set yourself up to have plenty of money while you're alive but also set it up so your heirs get as much of the money tax free is there are a way to plan around that just don't be afraid to do the planning exactly and ask yourself those questions but actually today Keith we're doing that offer for your free advanced portfolio and tax strategy analysis to and people find this is really unique it's very unique it's not for everybody is designed for people in retirement or their retirement redzone someone was a nest egg and want to protect it but they still want to see it grow normally you'd pay thousands for this type of planning events what goes into this free analysis today well first of all of course it'll teach you how to pay less taxes and retirement with a forward looking investment tax strategy plus it's also advanced analysis of your portfolio we look at your nest egg make sure it's probably using the metrics the scientific metrics that we've been discussing on the show see you getting the best returns but with the least risk possible image after fees and again you want a tactically manage portfolio which is what I've found what most people want unfortunately most people have a passive manage portfolio that's nothing more than by and holder of what we call buy and hold bye and home hope is not an investment strategy no it is not dead we're gonna do that free advanced portfolio in tax strategy.

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"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A key Springer dot com or on the I heart happened get all caught up today but when it comes to Washington and their plans to secure our retirement there are also some big changes in the secure act for small business owners including one big one that's will actually give them the ability to create what they call pulled retirement plans now you work with a lot of small business owners is this a good change case yeah I I like this because a lot of people just think it's burdensome to do every time a plan it's really hard it's very expensive and and I have a lot of clients at a small business owners and that they make a most of America I think yeah I'm not you know set of businesses in America small business owners now remember you could be a one person business or you could have ten employees as long as you're under fifty you're considered a small business or maybe twenty five I believe it's fifty and so your you will be you will benefit from this but the key is to make sure and if you are you are a business owner you should absolutely have a retirement plan I tell my clients is on a constant basis every contribution is one hundred percent tax deductible so it comes right off the adjusted gross income and more importantly it's giving you money in retirement business owners tend to go bootstrap the ten try not to think too far out the believe it or not you're going to get old one day and you're going to get closer to retirement happens is all of us yes so there's only two benefits the government gives you one as a benefit on the interest on your house and even now they've limited that with the salt limitations in your retirement plan contribution which is unlimited so it's really I guess the only free you. if left yeah they might as well take advantage of that and a lot of.

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"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Can Springer welcome back to smart money with me or else case Springer and well today you're keeping notes right so what's the show about the five critical Abbas to protecting your retirement and I should add helping keep uncle Sam's greedy little hi yeah it's still sticking with us right now it's like oh come on as they keep taking more and more of the gas tax in California now or fifty percent of it is already been diverted away from the highway supposed highway tax right the first two that were supposed to be temporary are still on the books and now we have a third one with fifty percent of it already diverted away from the highway I mean crazy I yeah I do the I don't know maybe they don't think we're when payment when we are gonna die we love that I would right and so it seems out of control but certainly is when it comes to retirement there are certain things that we can control and you say actually Keith taxes is one of those things right absolute taxes what we're we're number number for today and that's actually understand to all of your protection investment strategies now I know a lot of guys out there will just pitch a new it is is that protection strategy how do you approach it though well I'm not a new it again I am a money manager I prefer to manage money in most cases managing your your money properly can achieve you get a higher rate of return eat and you'll have more money of more liquidity but again I'm not saying that annuities never have a part in it I'm just I don't I don't love him but I use universal life for myself I'll have a new it is too so I mean I believe in the strategy because they offer to things that nothing else can offer they offer guarantee a principle which you can't get well I mean you could get a for treasury if you're willing to live for thirty years at three percent that's not enough so they gave me it and nobody's or you well we'll give you guarantee a principal and a guaranteed amount of income at a specific point and for some people that's perfect and flight for me I still have money managed and and at rest but I also have save money set aside so I know exactly how much money I'm going to get a no one I'm gonna get it my mother you know is is in all anybody's because well because I want to sit down on thanksgiving and explain to her why her statement has happened to that yeah years ago I want to do that anymore but I mean they get they give a guarantee of principle they give you guaranteed income again I'm not recommending them it is a place for I mean I use them absolutely I don't like variable annuities are say that right up front if you have a variable annuity we run what's called a variable annuity stress test I think variable annuities they tend to be very expensive they tend to not offer guarantee the principal there often sold with a guaranteed income rider with that says you're guaranteed to get five or six percent of your income base at a certain point life in people interpret that to be a guaranteed rate of return as Bryant variables I I'm just not a big fan of enough for gonna do anything fixed annuities maybe a a you know a million a U. L. well fed just to give you that safety there you will see it live everybody situations a little different again comes down to the planning Jen you better what is your planning like how much risk you need to take and and what your tax situations like you make sure you do that the retirement Astor plan.

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"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Money. Here's Keith springers. Welcome back to smart money with mayor host Keith Springer on. Yep. Important stuff is always hope he got a pen and a piece of paper been keeping notes because we're going through the six things, you don't know about retirement, but need to in some of these seem commonsense. You would be amazed thirty three years I've been doing this, and the majority of people just don't even not only know where to start. But definitely don't know these six things which is why I brought him up. Yeah. This is your fulltime job Keith. The rest of us are trying to do what we're doing during our nine to five grind. And I think that's why we missed out on some of these lessons to we didn't learn this in school. We didn't learn this during our working lives. So thank goodness for people like you. Yeah. That's what we do. I mean, I probably you know, so many years of doing this. That's why it's important to work with an expert or the expert or high on number four on our list today here of the six things, you don't know about retirement, but needs to actually affect something that's happening to a lot of portfolios right now. And that is how interest rates affect bonds and some other basics of investing here. But what's going on with the bond market right now. You know, this amazes me. That people don't understand how interest rates in bonds are affected they they know that they need bonds the portfolio or they think they do they're told by some asset allocation program or some financial planner who just runs it through a computer and says, oh, you're this age. You should have sixty forty four folios sixty percent stocks forty percent bonds or six percent bonds forty percent stocks. That is absolutely ludicrous. Because you've got to know where money is going to be the best place to make money. If interest rates are going up bond prices are going down and very easy. So like, a seesaw investing isn't easy to understand, but anybody with a retirement account needs to know the basics. Okay. Most people didn't less than a third of the people in that study new this. Now, if interest rates go up, if you got if you know, the where the economy's going if interest rates are rising bonds are going to go down in value. Why would you buy an asset class that you know, is going to go down just because some computer program said, oh, you need to have ten or twenty or thirty or forty percent of your money in bonds because over one hundred years. That's how it's going to average to very few people knew this make sure that you have your portfolio tactically managed, which means it lists. As far as I'm concerned, not that many bonds if any if you need income look at other sources, remember, there were six asset classes are stocks and bonds, and this international investments, and there's commodities like gold. There's also real estate investing in this cash. You've got to make sure you're properly invested in each asset class and stay out of the ones that look bad if you know going down, I would you buy gold. If I if you know international investing is going down. Why would you do that? So make sure that you're focusing on that so very important understand the relationship of bonds to interest rates, and if you're going to have bonds in your portfolio, make sure you understand how they're gonna react got the attention of a lot of people out there with bonds in their portfolio right now. Keith so good time to remind the ten of our listeners today are actually gonna get that free advanced portfolio and tax strategy analysis from you, and it really is unique because you go into so much depth here. It's very unique jenness not for everybody is designed for people in retirement or in that retirement red zone someone who has a nest egg and wants to protect it. But still needs to see it grow. Of course, somebody's selling that business or or wrapping it up maybe a few years from selling the business really important because that's they've built their whole life into their retirement savings. You can't afford to watch it gyrate all around you can't afford a lot of all Tila. You can't afford to lose a lot of it. Because you don't have enough time to make it back and probably not the heart of the stomach to make it back. What can our listeners expect from you on that very first meeting, you know, this? It's a free advanced analysis, and it'll teach you how to pay less taxes in retirement, it'll give you a forward-looking investment tax strategy. But it's remember it's an advanced analysis of your portfolio will we look at this nest egg of yours and make sure you're using all the scientific metrics properly that we talk in this show. See you getting the best returns, but with the least responsible, and that's after fees. Remember have a tactically manage portfolio, not a passive by? And hope. On hope is an investment strategy. Well, we can only do this free advanced portfolio and tax strategy analysis for the first ten callers on today's show..

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"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:59 min | 3 years ago

"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Springer. Welcome back money with MIR host Keith Springer and I'm wondering if you're wondering how God like Warren Buffett those big guys with all the billions and billions how do they always seem to make money, even when the market stinks and everybody else loses money, and you know, they got protection on the downside and make money in the upside. Well, that's what we're digging into. That's right. It's not that. I hope strategy that you mentioned earlier, the most investors this kind of cling to today, I've had so many people come up and say that to me, you know, I came up with that. I don't even know I should've covering my trademark to invest for need enough for that one. So many people come up and said that by and hope it's true. It is shown any passive investors. They buy these portfolio or the higher manager an adviser, and they think they're getting somebody actively managing the portfolio. But really just getting somebody that sticks him in a bunch of funds know, what's in them. Like the metrics. We're going to talk about it or know what their standard deviation is. And which the level of risk. They don't know what they're beta is which is volatility. They don't know how much reward they're getting for the risk. A lot of duplication when you own a bunch of people just don't they think they have something different than they do. And gosh, having, you know, having a pass a portfolio, for instance, we work with two of the three portfolio structures. There's tactical hands on tax, which is very active, and we work with that with our clients. And you know, we'll we'll make changes literally if we think that the two or three percentage possible change in the market of the economy, you know, quickly to take advantage of it their strategic which takes a little bit longer. Look, but still very active. Looking to make macroeconomic changes both of those very hands on very active management styles. And I believe in both of those we do both of those the third one. I just don't believe in. We just don't do because I don't think anybody should pay for it is that passive style. I just don't think somebody should buy holder by and hope and it's just too difficult market. And the it just doesn't work unless you're well. If you're twenty or twenty-five would work, but certainly nobody retired within ten years retirement. I think your money has to work for you at this stage of your life. So yeah changes so quickly. You gotta be active. I mean, those guys say, you know, member during the crash how many people heard it's only a paper loss or don't open your statements. That was a sign that. Always comes back. Oh, great yet came back, and you got even after seven years. Can't do that. If you're retired a close, you gotta make sure you have certainty. So I know you want to get to the science of building that stock and bond portfolio with us today. But let's say some of the groundwork here, I because I think most people actually seem to focus solely on the stock market and just investing throughout their working lives and they're thinking about retirement, but that's especially true these days with the market that we've had lately, so is this what people should be focusing on when they're planning for retirement. It's a good question. Let me correct one thing you mentioned stock and bond market realize that any active money manager uses all six asset classes yesterday stocks bonds international investments, commodities. There's real estate in this cash, and we all six and most people just use stock and bond. So he true, actively managed portfolios off six asset classes, and you can be in all cash at some point you can be no stocks and no real estate, which was what worked out so well in two thousand eight. You know and be all bonds and golden commodities and then vice versa. So you've you've gotta move money around actively a really important, but ten to your question, the piglets things when I started looking at statistics the major mistake for most investors, they don't pay enough attention to retirement planning, they think, oh when I turn sixty five I'll have enough money, and I'll just flip a switch. Social security will be there. Well, less than twenty five percent of people have actively properly managed for retirement. And then when they do too, many people focus strictly on the stock market, and yeah, you gotta have the proper portfolio, but you can't be a slave to the downs. We've find that many of the folks that have a lot of investments, but maybe not probably diversified. And remember diversification doesn't lessen the risk like in two thousand eight remember everything that went down. Then it's like rearranging the chairs of the Janik, right? Everything's going down you need your assets to not correlate or negatively correlate. Again. The key is to be tactical get out of the sectors that are that are out of favor and into the ones that are. It's how you can avoid losses in crashes or bad markets. Again, what you just mentioned the opposite of buying hold or buying hope. So put the plan together, you can't stress that enough. You've got to tell you money what to do. And really that's what it comes down to is. It's not just about the market. It's putting that plan together putting plan in place that you've actually figured out have a forward-looking tax strategy have a an idea of how much income you going to need to you can create a retirement income analysis you ever stream of income. You'll never outlive social security. There's literally one thousand three hundred seventy nine different options novel, right? So you've gotta you've gotta no one off to my social security a marginal tax strategy sequence of distribution plan. What's gonna happen, you die and believe it or not you're gonna die? Jar. It's going to get the money. Right. So a state planning legacy planning. So the the first leg of the investment retirement stores always put the plan in place, and then the second, of course, is the investment platform. And you know, how do you invest for need? Not. Agreed. Yeah. And then you talk all the time about this process. Keep it kind of breakdown for us here. What do you do differently in? How do you do it for your clients? The first thing that we do the planning. Nobody likes to do. The planning planning is not the fun stuff. Space four decades of doing this. It really comes a second nature. Most people just want to throw money at the market like your gun Slinger twenties and thirties telling you what to do and do the proper planning, which is what we set out to do with every client and sit down and make sure that they're getting the proper return in the proper risk for that return. And because it doesn't do any good. You know, for instance, you gotta make sure your portfolio stress tested, I met with a client new clients the other day Steve came in and he eats. He was doing great. Yes. As portfolio has done. Well, he's averaged over eight percent, and he thought he was doing fantastic until I started stress testing, and we looked at different scenario inflation. With anybody basically different scenarios any downside possible downdraft of forty four percent. So he liked the idea that he could make ten or eleven with averaging eight. But didn't like the fact that he could lose forty four percent on the downside to get it. So you've got to make sure that you're getting the right return, but with the least possible, and so do the planning portfolio what it needs to do. And then the second leg is had a properly constructed correctly diversified portfolio. It's got to be tactically managed in my view. I believe I don't as I said believe in the past..

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"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Your retirement, you're in the right place be the expert or higher. And now, here's Keith Springer. Welcome to smart money with mayor hosts keep Springer and well, what is one of the biggest things that annoy you sorry. Let me narrow that down. I wasn't talking about stupid people in general people who think they can text and drive or even walk in tax at the same time for that matter, I met in regards to your money for me, it's taxes that ring a bell online pay my fair share. And having it go to things that help people and help make this country better. But I am sick and tired of uncle SAM's, greedy, little hands in my pockets, constantly looking for more and more and more especially for the stupidest things in the stupid stuff that doesn't make sense to anybody. And let me tell you it doesn't get better as you get older, especially once you're retired or getting close because federal and state taxes. They reached deep into your pockets in all aspects of your life. And it's no surprise that. The. The rules that affect us change our lives change. Did you know that you have more control of your taxes in retirement than any other time in your working life? Therefore, this presents incredible opportunities to you to save as well as understand the costly pitfalls to avoid being alert to the rolling changes at some at various stages in your life is the key to holding down your tax Bill to the absolute legal minimum. You've heard me say over and over in this show that to succeed in retirement, you have to have your money work for you the best you can and to achieve your lifelong goals as you stroll down that golden road. It starts with that retirement master plan. But remember that's a plan that always incorporates a forward-looking investment tax strategy. Remember, your CPA, they always look in the rear view mirror. Rarely if ever forward-looking not to mention that they are not qualified to create retirement income strategy. So you and your family never run out of money in retirement. That's right. It's not just investing, of course, that's important too. And we talk about that on the show constantly. But at the end of the day, it's not what you make. It's what you keep that counts. And I probably don't have to tell you that keeping SAM's, greedy creepy. Little hands out of your pockets is number one in that list. So today, we tackle the toughest of subjects specifically the most overlooked tax breaks for retirees. And of course, how to invest reneted and not agreed to help me with this is my number one to my right? Miss Jennifer, Perry Origen, I'm doing great Keith. But already a little annoyed today. My blood's boiling on this topic. You always get me fired up about taxes here. It makes me just as bad as those drivers who think they can text and drive at the same time. The walking walking. I was in a conference. I was speaking at a conference as a couple of days ago, and I watched at least three people one guy walk into a glass door. He thought it was a door. But it was a walk one almost fall into the fountain in one literally almost got killed in the streets. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Those those are crazy it off your phones people, but more importantly taxes, Michael SAM's, hands in my pockets. It's creepy creepy too. And it seems like it's only going to get worse from here Keith because already right now in Washington. There's talk of what a seventy percent marginal tax rate that they're proposing for what they call the super wealthy. But you know, eventually they're going to look at the rest of us to write it trickles down the super wealthy. Remember if you're an over. And I think the number something like fifty five thousand you're in the top one percent of wager and doesn't take much and what they consider superwealthy is just ridiculous, and then they start chipping away in chipping away and God forbid, they control spending or spend. And the money on stuff that we need, and they just keep wasting it and throwing it away. And I don't know why maybe there was a revolt. Maybe that was Trump. And maybe that was the revolt. Let's hope they can get it under control. But more importantly, and we've got to focus specifically on the show. And and for people today, what it's like for retirees where it's like, you know, there's so many people that don't understand. Now, you have more control over your taxes in retirement, and that their strategies you can do to make sure you're paying the absolute least legal, of course. And there's a lot of stuff out there and most people don't get it. Yeah. And these are not the conversations that you have every year with your CPA or your tax prepare Keith you say forward looking that's key here. There are certain strategies to use specifically for retirements of stress that enough. It's remember your CPA, always rear view mirror. Looking never forward-looking or very rarely forward. Looking. They're not qualified to create retirement income strategies. They're not qualified to take retirement masterplans placed them together. So they're not going to get you there. It's always got to be a forward-looking strategy if you're CPA or you're looking and saying, wow, I could've saved money if I did this. And then in turn takes you awhile. To react or another year to set up the plan than it doesn't help. So again, you've got to put that plan in place. Well, we have a way for our listeners to get started on that plan with us today here on smart money, Keith we're going to do that very special offer today for ten of our callers for your free, customized retirement income plan. It also includes that forward-looking tax strategy analysis. And normally this is valued at five thousand dollars, maybe even more for this type of detail planning. There's so many benefits gentlemen. There's a ton of go into this. I mean, first of all it'll teach you how to pay less taxes in retirement. I don't forget social security. You've got to get every nickel you're entitled to you. Never want to run out of money in retirement. So how do you create an income stream in retirement is inflation kicking in skyrocketing medical expenses to pay for and this market? It's crazy and it's dangerous. So you have to get the best returns. No matter what the market's doing, but with the least risk possible. But who really gets the most out of today's offer Keith. You know, it's designed for someone who's retired or getting close to retirement someone who has a nest egg, and they wanna protect it. But they still want to.

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"springer" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"springer" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"I mean over a decade, I'll say that like, I think one of the one of the best things that ever happened to us is the fact that flight of the conchords decided to do things on their own, you know, because I just think and they are playing again, I think Debretts arm ever heal. I don't know what the latest of that was but they are playing together. Again, we've been huge fans for a long time. It didn't make my list. Honestly, just because I kind of didn't think about it when I was a professional standpoint. I felt like it had had to make head to make my list. Yeah. Well, be in not disag-. I mean, it's great. I mean, the tone of it. Well, the the fact and I'll say specifically the fact that it was on HBO, but it was such a specific quirky tone that instead of going over an age or saying, okay, the pilot episodes gotta have nudity in it. I don't care what it is. Because on HBO, you know, it was they were playing by their own sets of rules. Edge in a different place. Right. It found their age in the fact that they were weird, and that's very inspirational too. And obviously, the the fact that the incorporated music, I mean for for years when we talked about what are scripted idea would be, you know, our first scripted idea, which ended up being buddy system. Obviously, we we had to weigh at against the fact that we knew we were going to do music videos. But like, how do we do this without being compared to flooded? The conchords turns out the way you do. It is just do it. And have nobody will see the show that she makes us the greatest way to not be compared to flight of the conchords. That's a different ship on our. Not bring too many into. This was your next one number seven the office. Okay. My number seven is the office. No aligned. Oh, really? Yes. Wow. Okay. The office ran from two thousand five to twenty thirteen. Yeah. And for me, this was well, the office represents for me is sort of my homecoming to half hour comedy, right? Yep. So there was this period of time college college where your schedule is just calm college is about movies, at least it was. Yeah. For for for us that was that was our Jerry Springer of movies of being able to watch whatever you wanted to there's nobody there to tell you can't rent that that you're not old enough to see that. And you just watch all these movies talking about porn number talking about porn specific this different story. We could do another podcast on that. That was what the what it sounded. Like, you would tell us what the the the computer. Lab in the library was for. But I specifically the college was about movies. And so then in of course, it was it was the south, and we got married at a school and got married in two thousand you got two thousand one and then. Two thousand and we weren't gonna watch survivor. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And by that point Seinfeld was was off as you could like watch reruns or whatever, but you kind of sitting around waiting for something good. And I just remember all of a sudden in again, I know the the the British offices better. Gosh, don't shut out that shut up about that. We know it came from England. We know they're funnier. We know they start everything, and we just bite it we've been through that. But but it is different. We make different. Yeah. We make it different. And we make it for longer as well. And we run it into the ground. So we both started with season one of the office. And I just watched it for a few years, but then kind of fizzled out, I think it was the advent of children in my life. Well, no Lilley was born two thousand three she was born the year this started. No, no. Five to your lot was one. When I started watching it. I don't know. Why I I don't know why fizzled out from watching it. But I will say that. When we were hanging out with Britain when he was on lockdown because he was on the voice he was just binge-watching the office. So he talked to my kids about it a lot and then lily started watching the office and Lincoln got into and now land does gotten into it. And we all have started watching the office..

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"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Husky Springer today, how to survive market dips in retirement or getting close seven critical tips for dangerous market and lot to this to this and life changes when you get either retired or getting close are planning for it. And a lot has happened since the last crash now eight year ten years older. Life is way different than you. Probably can't afford a big a big drop in your in your portfolio. Yeah. And a lot of people were probably looking at some of those year end statements, Keith and thinking, wow, I didn't know I was taking that much risk with my investments, I'm not comfortable with that. That's why the timing of today's show is so great here. But you were talking with us before the break about those three legs of the retirement investments tool in one of the things you tell us about his tactical management. How does that differ from how typical portfolios are actually managed? Yeah. Not so much typical. But it's more like passive there there, you can either have attach tactical portfolio or passively managed portfolio you buy mutual funds. And or maybe an ETF in your sticking to win. You forget about it. And I don't believe that anybody should pay for that. That's why we don't offer that. But some people, you know, it's a cheaper option. Some people would would do that, you know, step over dollars to pick up dimes kind of thing. But tactically managed means watching it every minute of the day. But it also means managing the risk appropriately. And you've got to use the scientific metrics. That's what we do. It's it really is. You know, it really is a science based project so to speak and. You know, it's not rocket science to me, and for many people, but it is for some because the metrics are things like risk, which is what we refer to a standard deviation. You wanna look at it in a comparative measure again, these are not right on the button numbers or anything. I don't want someone to come back to me. I'm going to give generality you understand the concept and standard aviation. If you look at the market how much risk does the market, and this doesn't make my engineer listeners are going standard deviation. I love those one not going that direction. He's simply using a reference in the market is a fifteen dinner deviation. And we do an analysis a stress test of your portfolio, and you're a ten while you're sixty five percent of the risk of the market. Whereas if you're at a twenty you're thirty five percent more risk than the market. So this is how you can look at your portfolio. You mentioned a lot of people have much higher risks with their portfolios. And they thought I see it all the time. I I'll do a stress test and show someone they're like, hey, I may ten percent last year. And i'll. Okay. Well, did you know your downside potential is negative thirty eight percent. And they're like, oh my God. No. Wow. Yeah. And things like that. So you've got to be careful that you're identifying both sides of its standard deviation. Sharpe ratio is one we use. That tells you in general what the percentage return should be for the amount of risk that you're taking most people are under a one. If you're one your portfolio's optimized, if you're at a point seven five well in in theory, you're getting seventy five percent of the return. You should be getting for the risk that you're taking which means you could take less risks to get the same returner higher. Very important. One beta volatility that shows you your relative volatility to the market, so many people have a higher than one beta which means if the market moves one ten percent, and they're at a one point two or they're going to move, you know, twenty percent higher. So very important. And a big one is alpha the value being added by the portfolio manager, very very important. You got to have at least a one point oh to add value. Otherwise, it's by innocent P five hundred and I'm not suggesting that anyway. That is not diversified that has one index and no one wants an undiversified portfolio. But you've got to look at alpha. Always adding value our ALPHA's are high. We want to add much value as possible. But really it all starts Jen with with doing the planning putting your retirement master plan in place, making sure that you you have that cornerstone in place before you even try to do the investing. Well, we have a way for our listeners to get started on that planning today here on smart money keys. It's a good time to remind them. We're doing that very special offer for ten of our callers today for your free, customized retirement income plan. It also includes a forward-looking tax strategy analysis, but what are the benefits of coming in and starting on this so many benefits genital teach? You how to pay less taxes in retirement with a forward-looking investment tax strategy, you need to create an income stream in retirement. That's what it comes down to never running out of money in retirement. And so little teach you how to do that how to get every nickel out of social security that you're entitled to. To inflation's gonna be kicking up medical expenses aren't going down anytime soon you've got to cover those. And of course, this market is dangerous. How do you build your portfolio to get the best returns? No matter what it's doing what the economy or the market's doing, but with the least risk possible. Normally, you can pay five thousand dollars, maybe even more for this type of planning Keith. But who gets the most out of today's offer it's really designed and we focus on people who are retired or in that retirement red zone. Someone planning getting close to retirement someone with a nest egg that want to they want to protect but still want to see it grow. Maybe someone selling their business or someone with 4._0._1._K from a company that they need to roll to an IRA. They really get the most out of this. Again, we're going to do that free analysis for the first ten callers on today's show, you just need to be retired or in that retirement red zone and have at least three hundred thousand dollars in investable assets that you want to protect so that's you. You can actually give us a call during the break here and be one of those first ten callers today at nine one six nine to five eighty nine hundred. Did nine one six nine to five eighty nine hundred again.

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"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Springer. Welcome back to smart money with MIR host Keith Springer. Well, this is a crazy market. It's a crazy retirement as crazy life. We live right. You always. That's why it's important just to smooth out the bump, she can't ride the market, you shouldn't even be affected by it. I mean, it's in the back of your mind. Of course, of course. But that's what we help our clients do every day. I mean, that's that's my job. My job is to wake up in the middle. Middle of the night. Sweating it out. I mean, I literally go to bed. Look it up the market features. And I wake up looking at the futures. And looking at the news trying to figure out what's going to happen. And you know, we all knew that some of these problems we're gonna we're going to happen. We all knew that the tax breaks that we coming in from the tax cuts from Trump. We're gonna go away. It's going to affect earnings. We all knew that the trade with China was gonna affect earnings and all of a sudden when things are starting to say, oh my God. These are all be affected by no more tax cuts are being affected by China trade, everybody acts surprised it's really weird. It's like who who can believe gambling in. This establishment? This Bhai now, I think yeah. But we're not and it does affect your retirement nest egg. That's what makes people a little bit nervous Keith. And that's why we're talking about some of the steps that you can take to actually resolve to do better with your retirement master plan. A next on our list today is actually this topic here Keith, and that's fine. Tune your portfolio, so many of us don't revisit that. Even when times are crazy. The important part again is always do your master retirement plan where your money is managed tactically. And I can't stress that enough manage, and if you're gonna do it yourself, you've got to change it a lot you've got to look at it all the time you have to manage a tactically. So it's hands on again. If you're in your twenties and thirties. Yeah, you can do the buying whole thing and just keep adding money just bunch of mutual funds. Because most of your money is probably in four one ks. But by the time, you're in your fifties and an older retired a close either have your money managed, tactically as part of your retirement master plan or do it. Yeah. Yourself but not day trading. Not reacting to the market in things that are getting the best return, but with the least risk possible. Well, I'm always amazed key that how many people just kind of let their investments ride, but they will only make changes when the market goes south the time to do that is actually before that crash happens, right or? Yeah. Yeah. Mean you can't buy fire insurance on the house is on fire. You've got to plan for it in advance, and too many people make that mistake where they'll invest in their 4._0._1._K's and keep the same funds as I had ten twenty thirty years ago and then start to freak out when they start losing a lot of money as I get closer to retirement. You gotta make those changes a lot of people have target date funds. I'm not a fan of target date by theory that they make sense they invest in things that are supposed to bring you to the date of retirement, but I have found that the fees inside those funds are very expensive. The risk is usually higher than what you would expect the reward tends to be lower than what you would expect. They're not my favorite way to achieve an objective. I think you can do it yourself if you put your plan together and apart of fine tuning your portfolio is taking a look at things like fees. Are you paying too much? And are you getting the reward for what you're paying Keith? Absolutely everybody. Look, I'll pay ten percent of I may twenty. I mean, everybody will anything has value as long as you provide value. You know, and I and I talked to people. Hey, look. We do all the planning. We do social security optimization forward looking investment tax strategies, marginal tax strategies, managing money. Tactically provide professional money management in an asset protection. There's a lot of value there. But when you're just buying mutual funds blindly. There's a lot more to it. And so you have to be able to do all that because you're doing all the planning your provided protection, you're providing the tax strategies and tax planning. You're only looking for the funds to do one specific thing. And that is meet your objective. The problem is most individual funds when just left to their own devices do not achieve their objective..

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"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"springer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Keith springers. Welcome back to the smart money with MIR host, Keith bringer. Well, this is a crazy market. It's a crazy retirement. It's a crazy life. We live right. Always. That's why it's important just to smooth out the bumps. She can't ride the market, you shouldn't even be affected by it. I mean, it's in the back of your mind. Of course, of course. But that's what we help our clients do every day. I mean, that's that's my job. My job is to wake up on the middle. Middle of the night. Sweating it out. I mean, I literally go to bed. Look it at the market features. And I wake up looking at the futures. And looking at the news trying to figure out what's going to happen. And you know, we all knew that some of these problems we're going to we're going to happen. We all knew that the tax breaks that we coming in from the tax cuts from Trump. We're gonna go away. And it was going to affect earnings. We all knew that the trade war with China was going to affect earnings and all of a sudden when things are starting to say, oh my God. These are all be affected by no more tax cuts are being affected by China trade. Everybody acts surprise it's really weird. It's like who who can believe there's gambling in this establishment? This by now, I think yeah. But we're not and it does affect your retirement nest egg. That's what makes people a little bit nervous Keith. And that's why today we're talking about some of the steps that you can take to actually resolve to do better with your retirement master plan. A next on our list today is actually this topic here Keith, and that's fine. Tune your portfolio, so many of us don't revisit that. Even when times are crazy. We'll the important part again is always do your master retirement plan where you where your money is managed tactically and against rested enough manage and if you're gonna do it yourself, you've got to change it a lot you've got to look at it all the time you have to manage a tactically. So it's hands on again. If you're in your twenties and thirties. Yeah, you can do the buy and hold thing and just keep adding money to a bunch of mutual funds because most of your money's probably in four one ks. But by the time, you're in your fifties and an older retired a closed either have your money managed, tactically as part of your retirement master plan or do it. Yourself but not day trading. Not reacting to the market in things that are getting the best return, but with the least risk possible. I'm always amazed at how many people just kind of let their investments ride, but they'll only make changes when the market goes south the time to do that is actually before that crash happens. Right. I mean, you can't buy fire insurance on the house is on fire. I to you got a plan for in advance, and too many people make that mistake where they'll invest in their 4._0._1._K's and keep the same funds as I had ten twenty thirty years ago and then start to freak out when they start losing a lot of money as closer to retirement. You gotta make those changes a lot of people have target date funds. I'm not a fan of target. There's by theory. They make sense they invest in things that are supposed to bring you to the date of retirement, but I found that the fees inside those funds are very expensive. The risk is usually higher than what you would expect the reward tends to be lower than what you would expect. They're not my. Favorite way to achieve an objective. I think you can do it yourself. If you put your plan together and apart of fine tuning your portfolio is taking a look at things like fees. Are you paying too much? Are you getting a reward for what you're paying kief everybody? Look, I I'll pay ten percent of I may twenty. I mean, everybody will anything has value as long as you provide value, you know, and I and I talked to people. Hey, look, we do all the planning. We do social security optimization forward looking investment tax strategies, marginal tax distribution strategies, managing money tactically provide professional money management in an asset protection. There's a lot of value there. But when you're just buying mutual funds blindly. There's a lot more to it. And so you have to be able to do all that because you're doing all the planning your provided data protection, you're providing the tax strategies and tax planning. You're only looking for the funds to do one specific thing. And that is meet your objective. The problem is most individual funds when just left to their own devices. Do not. Achieve their objective..

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