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"ted parker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ted Williams tunnel westbound jammed up inside so were those connector tunnels to the north of the city one twenty eight north a slow go winter street up to Lexington and winds street up to ninety three and ninety three is inching along from the sink and bridge of the Roosevelt circle from spot upon up to one twenty eight two Mike king with WBZ's traffic on the three thousand rounds of this evening as we head towards dawn tomorrow there could be a shower around in a few spots temperatures in the mid sixties a humid day tomorrow the clouds and sun and a thunderstorm possible late into the evening so starting in the afternoon. getting those thunderstorms ones tomorrow eighty six with green fields in the afternoon near ninety body tomorrow Nigel sixty six and then clouds couple showers early on Thursday hi seventy one Friday some sunshine little bit cooler only in the upper sixties to near seventy this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop. good afternoon I'm Ted Parker here the five things you need to know at three forty five John Paul was out president trump says he's fired his national security adviser citing strong disagreements on a number of policy issues guilty pleas on three charges from Brian have today the estranged husband of former state Senate president Stan Rosenberg given a year suspended sentence and probation. the council in fall river will tonight on removing it battled mayor John sell qureia from office. opposition politicians furious with prime minister Boris Johnson five weeks expansion all of the parliament..

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"We're here at the ALLTEL. A conference in Los Angeles hundreds of people hair. We've been here again. <hes> four straight year in a row bigger crowd every year all about alternative investments and we're we're sitting here with Ted Parker who was with Millennium Trust Company. He handles the <hes>. The Business Development for the Western U._S. and Ted is somebody who lives just a few miles from either in Orange County so ted welcome welcome to L._A.. Charlie thank you very much so tell us what is Millennium Trust Company. Would you guys do and why would you be at a conference for Alternative Investments.

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Hello and welcome back to strategic investor radio again. We're here at the ALLTEL. A conference in Los Angeles hundreds of people hair. We've been here again. <hes> four straight year in a row bigger crowd every year all about alternative investments and we're sitting here with Ted Parker who was with Millennium Trust Company. He handles the <hes>. The Business Development for the Western U._S. and Ted is somebody who lives just a few miles from either in Orange County so ted welcome to also lay Charlie. Thank you very much so tell us what is Millennium Trust Company. Would you guys do and why would you be at a conference for Alternative Investments Greg Question Charlie Millennium. Trust Company is a twenty six billion dollar custodian of Alternative Investments Custodian in this case means or we're not clean office buildings. We are <hes> the the Irish requires you to custody your alternative Assessments Custodian for any retirement account because they need had kept track of evaluation of those and a lot of custodians don't like the hold onto them because they don't know how to value them so a regular custodian would be Fidelity Schwab T._d.. AMERITRADE CETERA exactly including the big banks and and the. Shaping Morgan's and Wells Fargo and they often are <hes> unwilling to take on certain kinds of investments because they're not publicly traded. Is that the case exactly when investing those companies that goes is on their computer and sees something go up on value the custodian people don't know what those are invested in. They don't know the value of the private stock or private real estate and so when people want to invest in something like that with their qualified account on I._R._A.. Et Cetera they need to come to a different custodian who kind of specializes in that and those kinds of investments of the generic term alternative investments is not the case exactly Charlie in fact a lot of the custodians like Schwab and Fidelity for example apple have gotten completely out of the alternative space and refer their clients investor clients to ask if they want to hold those investments and it's not really because those investments are riskier. It's because the nature of them. How do you value them? Every day. ETC The custodian aliens responsible for those things and it's just more difficult because those alternative investments aren't ordinarily in necessarily in the business of having to do that exactly you know if you look at the way institutions manage their portfolios hurt some of that this morning at the conference calpers for example credits their extra performance to the exposure to private stock private stock is not publicly traded but you and is investors can now invest private. Stop by institutions are okay so you. you guys are required to do that gives us a story to how what has happened cases you've been involved in and why your services are so needed sir i had a meeting with an adviser and tustin california last year who was concerned about the rising interest rates in the u._s. and they were concerned about the impact on corporate credit and government bonds so they found these i trusted mortgages paid their investor anywhere from eight to ten percent interest back by real estate and when the adviser presented that to their clients the clients were ecstatic they wanted to put more than advisors willing to put in that investment class okay so then they came to you and you provided the structure basically for them to be able to <hes> invest in those investments is at it exactly yeah we need to review the plan documents and make sure that it's not a vehicle for money laundering or there's not some abuse of fees in there or outrageous <hes> interest rate returns and that the investment sponsor of on who's building what an investment is actually who they say they are the k._f._c. and a._m. l. <hes> and once everything's plane we accept the asset for custody okay so how long have you guys been doing this They did the assets that you guys custody sure we were founded near two thousand so we're nineteen years old this year and we've got twenty six over twenty six billion dollars of asset billion with a B B and over fifteen thousand thousand unique alternative investments that we custody well <hes> so so they keep you busy here Ted absolutely and a lot of investors don't know they can put these private investments in retirement accounts so you work strictly with advisors. You don't go directly to the public. I presume zone then absolutely it's my job help educate advisors about the value of adding alternative client portfolios and show them how easy it really is and what did you and you keep track of the value of these things and you send out <hes>. Did you send out he did the monthly performance reports or anything with private investments. They're not marked the market. What that means is that <hes> the private real estate of the private stock doesn't report daily the valuations but we do have to get a re evaluation at least annually report that to the I._R._S.? Okay so <hes> <hes>. How are you enjoying this conference so far? This is your second year Charlie. It's it's it gets bigger every year and more and more interested interest in the alternative space and we see that increasing so final words for our listeners here Ted final learn words learn about alternative investments research then and then take the plunge invest Ted thank.

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Of that and that's capped out at six fifty a year okay so we have twenty two investments and pay you guys six fifty year and if you put a billion dollars in that private company stock you'd pay six fifty or three fifty year three fifty year. It's <hes> that's the annual contract fee I got over a million clients and we've got twenty six point six billion dollars in custody so were I say we're doing okay yeah and so a somebody cannot put the these non-tradeable. Let's call Walla. Okay alternative assets into an IRA went out. Somebody like you correct. You've gotTA use a custodian for any qualified assets again because the government wants report on that we have to get the annual valuations nations and okay and so are you typically our advisers well aware of that. I've known about these things for years. I'm used them very little but I've known about them. More and more advisors are learning about them and they're trying to differentiate their practice from the competitors by adding these item meeting with an adviser here in Tustin California last year who <hes> decided he was going to replace all of his corporate bond funds as with private credit private debt and he brought investment sponsor from l. a. into talk about this and he had about forty of his investors there in the conference room adviser got up and talked about what happens when the Federal Reserve starts raising rates how that affects corporate credit he's concerned about that and then he had the investment sponsored come up and talk about fix fix and flip. I trusted notes the benefit of that how they're going to be earned anywhere between six to nine percent on the short term notes backed by hard real real estate and the advisor back upset okay. We're GONNA probably make a his and her allocations in your retirement account about ten percent allocations for steed notes and if you have a trust account a ten percent allocation there and the hands went up I I want fifteen percent twenty percent mine of course yeah yeah yeah and because they were earning maybe two and change on the corporate credit or government and let's face it especially here in southern California people trust real estate when you're talking about. I Trust deeds on real estate property. I mean you know people trust it rather than a bond to some company. Nobody knows an pays two and a half percent right and you're talking about some of the challenges misconceptions conceptions this whole process of peer to peer lending has become so customized and perfected right. You don't have to have any involvement about searching for the loans and dealing with someone who doesn't pay their payment. There are people that manage this whole oh process for you and they're willing to charge a fee for that but you're getting a return well above what you can get any credit tried it again. We we've interviewed several of those and <hes> there are lots here in southern California and elsewhere and they tell a very compelling story so Ted a question would like to ask all of our guests here. What keeps you awake at night? Well not a lot the fortunate man I've I've been a <hes> to decade owner of alternative investments in my investment account so when the market takes a dump of course I've got risky investments in stock market that take a dump but but <hes> the alternative investments act as a shock absorber and have protected my portfolio my risk things that keep me awake is headline risk on company Stock Down Yeah Yeah Yeah and there seems to be plenty of that if these days with tariffs and China trade wars and and the like and this week <hes> mister earnings and of course airplanes fall apart and nobody expected right so yeah. It's a challenge challenge. <HES> also a question like ask every guest. What book on investing would you recommend? We've got a book here. <hes> Gift Free Today. <hes> called the alternative answer the Non non traditional investments at dry at the world's best performed portfolios. It's Bob Rice and a editor of Bloomberg TV and incidentally most institutions have about fifty three percent of the portfolio in alternative investments. Talk you know I've seen that several times that is the case when you have professionals involved the percentage of investments in alternative investments increases dramatically and the two biggest parts of that alternative is private real estate and private company stock and they all credit the extra return the Alpha we call it yeah to the private company stock they own and we have <hes> two other books..

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Of that and that's capped got at six fifty a year okay so we could have twenty two investments and pay you guys six fifteen here and if you put a billion dollars in that private company stock you'd pay six fifty or three fifty year three fifty here. It's <hes> that's the annual contract fee I got over over a million clients and we've got twenty six point six billion dollars in custody so were I say we're doing okay yeah and so a somebody cannot put. They did these non-tradeable l.. Let's call them okay alternative assets into an IRA without somebody like you correct. You've got to use a custodian for any <hes> qualified assets again because the government wants report on that we have to get the annual evaluations and Okay and so are typically our advisers well aware of that. I've known about these things for years. I'm used them very little but I've known about them. More and more advisors are learning about them and they're trying to differentiate their practice from the competitors by adding these item meeting with an adviser here in Tustin California last year who <hes> decided he was going to replace all of his corporate bond funds with private credit private debt and he brought an investment sponsor from L._A.. Into talk about this and he had about forty of his investors there in the conference room adviser got up and talked about what happens when the Federal Reserve starts racing rates how that affects corporate credit is concerned about that and then he had the investment sponsor come talk about fix fix and flip. I trusted notes the benefit of that how they're going to be earning anywhere between six to nine percent on these short-term notes backed by hard real estate and adviser Becca pathetically. We're GONNA probably make his in her allocations in your retirement account about ten percent allocations for steed notes and if you have a trust account ten percent allocation there and the hands went up I want fifteen percent twenty percent mine of course yeah yeah yeah and because they were earning maybe two in change on the corporate credit or government and let's face it especially here in southern California People Trust Real Estate Tate and you're talking about. I Trust deeds on real estate property. I mean you know people trust it rather than a bond to some company nobody knows and it pays two and a half percent right and you know you're talking about. Some of the challenges houses misconceptions this whole process of peer to peer lending has become so customized and perfected. You're not to have any involvement about searching for the loans and dealing with someone who doesn't pay their payment. There are people that manage. There's this whole process for you and they're willing to charge a fee for that but you're getting return well above what you can get anywhere else. Credit tried it again we we've interviewed several of those and <hes> there are lots here in southern California and elsewhere and they tell a very compelling story so Ted a question would like to ask all of our guests here. What keeps you awake at night? Well not a lot AH fortunate man. That's the I've I've been a <hes> to decade owner of alternative investments in my investment account so when the market takes a dump of course I've got risky investments in stock market that take a dump but the alternative investments act as shock absorber and have protected my portfolio my risk things keeping me awake is headline risk on company stock on Yeah Yeah Yeah and there seems to be plenty any of that these days with tariffs and China trade wars and and the like and this week <hes> mister earnings and of course airplanes that fall apart and nobody expected right right so <hes> yeah it's. It's a challenge <hes> also cushion would like to ask every guest. What book on investing would you recommend? We've got a book here. <hes> Gift Free Today. <hes> called the alternative answer the Non non traditional investments at dry the world's his best performance portfolios. It's Bob Rice and a <hes> editor of Bloomberg TV and incidentally most institutions have about fifty three percent of the portfolio in alternative investments. You know I've seen that several times. That is the case when you have professionals involved the percentage of investments in alternative investments increases dramatically and the two biggest parts of that alternative is a private real estate and private company stock and they all credit the extra return the Alpha we call it yeah to the private company stock on and we have <hes> two.

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Greene's real estate we talked about that and you can buy illiquid real estate investment or liquid reads but that's can be affected by by statements by the Federal Reserve when they talked about raising rates that hurts those type of investment lead chip publicly traded stocks hit. They really are yeah exactly and you can you can buy private rates that aren't affected by that so when the market takes a dump these private things don't move others examples include managed Futures Shire's precious metals you can put physical precious metals precious silver dollars coins bars bricks playdium in your retirement account and then multi strategy things like hedge funds <hes> I've seen notes notes tied illegal settlements a law firm spends ten years Suing Philip Morris and they get a several billion dollar settlement. They don't want to wait several years to get that payout. They don't WanNa get it over ten years typically out structure it's a firms go in and they they create investment out of that where they give the ticket discount value of it and they pay that off and then you and is investors can participate in that legal settlement and you guys are not involved at all in the investments other than doing some due diligence to make sure that there are not harmful statements in corrupts absolutely yeah we we cannot <hes> make investment recommendations <hes> but we can approve all the plan documents okay so you're kind of like an escrow company and a real estate transaction which many of our listeners are going to be able to relate to. You're not involved in the investment at all but you take care of the required paperwork that is required by the government absolutely and one of the things you have to do with retirement accounts. You have to get an annual evaluation and that's why I love big. Custodians won't invest these things because you know how to get. Those are firms out there that do this. If you're a private company stock. You hire firms to do evaluation if you own one of the high rises here in Orange County. You're not going to get full appraisal every year but if you have any investors have ownership shares through their retirement account you've got your evaluation and their firms that do that okay and so what objections do you run into. I mean the first issue is they're not aware of this once. They become aware of it. What what problems do people have with <hes> well a lot of these private investments? You have to be an accredited investor to be able to invest in right right so if you're unaccredited accredited there are still choices but you're limited and we have a few sponsors on our main platform that except unaccredited investors <hes> another objection for advisors really <hes> when they want to put these in client accounts typically Lee clients have to sign individual paperwork for these alternative investments and most advisers don't like paperwork a lot of us don't like paperwork <hes> but it's the nature of the beast <hes> if you want to invest in these alternative investments there's extra paperwork to sign and we try and digitize all of it through technology docu sign and A._p._i.. So all of our transactions with clients and advisors can be through completely online process and is there a way that someone could get into trouble with the I._R._S.. Over this well there there are regulations about what you can't put in retirement account for example some people come to us and they say they want to put a house that they bought in their retirement harming account and one of their kids living in that house okay the I._R._S. has regulations about things like that. You can't get a personal benefit out of investments you put in your retirement account furthermore I've heard stories of people put <unk> primary residences in their retirement account and then they have paid for repairs <hes> utilities from money outside the retirement account. Okay Okay Yeah Yeah can't mix and match the retirement kind of has to pay all the expenses associated with that real estate in the retirement accounts. You've gotTa have the liquidity there okay and then if you have to get your minimum required distribution because you're seventy and a half you may have to sell the private stage. It's not good time. Fella you gotTa have the cash right okay so so if you have two hundred fifty thousand dollar account you can't go out and buy an asset or two hundred fifty thousand dollars if you've got our M._d.. Or potential repairs or expenses at such etape tax everything oh right Gotcha okay and so you guys take care of all the paperwork and everything you're not involved in the investments at all and and you charge a fee to set it up and then obviously I presume you charge an annual fee. You too take care of it and the only way that we charge is an annual contract fee. That's charged within sixty days of account opening on an annual basis and for any old run of the mill alternative investment and say you come across a private company slack you.

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Dollars coins bars bricks playdium in your retirement account and then multi strategy things like hedge funds <hes> I've seen notes tied tied to legal settlements a law firm spends ten years Suing Philip Morris and they get a several billion dollar settlement. They don't WanNa wait several years to get that payout. They don't WanNa get it over ten years typically out structure it's a firms go in and they they create an investment out of that where they give the ticket discount value of it and they pay that off and then you and is investors can participate in that legal settlement and you guys are not involved at all in the investments other than doing some due diligence to make sure that there are not harmful statements in Kerala absolutely yeah we we cannot <hes> make investment recommendations <hes> but we can approve all the plan documents okay so you're kind of like an escrow company and a real estate transaction transaction which many of our listeners are going to be able to relate to. You're not involved in the investment at all but you take care of the required paperwork that is required by the government absolutely and one of the things you have to do with retirement accounts so you have to get an annual evaluation and that's why I love big. Custodians won't invest these things because you know how to get those right well. There are firms out there that do this. If you're a private company stock. You hire one of these firms to do evaluation. If you own one of the high rises this is here in Orange County. You'RE NOT GONNA get into full appraisal every year but if you have any investors have ownership shares through their retirement account evaluation and their firms that do that okay and so what objections do you run into I mean the first I issue is. They're not aware of this once. They become aware of it. What what problems do people have with <hes> well a lot of these private investments? You have to be an accredited investor to be able to invest in right right so if you're unaccredited ed there are still choices but you're limited and we have a few sponsors on our main platform that except unaccredited investors <hes> another objection for advisors really <hes> when they want to put these in client accounts typically clients have to sign individual paperwork for these alternative investments and most advisers don't like paperwork a lot of us don't like paperwork <hes> but it's the nature of the beast <hes> if you want to invest in these alternative investments there's extra paperwork to sign. We try trying digitize all of it through technology docu sign and A._p._i.. So all of our transactions with clients and advisors can be through completely online process and is there a way that someone could get into trouble with the I._R._S.. Over this well there are regulations about what you can't put in retirement account for example some people come to us and they say they want to put a house that they bought in their retirement account amount and one of their kids living in that house okay well. The I._R._S. has regulations about things like that. You can't get a personal benefit out of investments you put in your retirement account furthermore I've heard stories of people put primary residences in their retirement account and then they've paid for repairs <hes> utilities from money outside the retirement account. Okay Okay Yeah Yeah we can't mix and match the retirement kind of has to pay all expenses associated with that real estate in the retirement accounts. You've got to have the liquidity there okay and then if you have to get your minimum required distribution because you're seventy and a half you may have to sell the private stage. It's not good time. Sell you gotTa have the cash right okay so so if you have two hundred fifty thousand dollar account you can't go out and buy an asset or two hundred fifty thousand dollars if you've got our M._d.. Or potential repairs or expenses at such pre-tax everything oh right Gotcha okay and so you guys take care of all the paperwork and everything you're not involved in the investments at all and and you charge a fee to set it up and then obviously I presume you charge an annual fee to to take care of them. Both the the only charges an annual contract fee that's charged within sixty days of account opening on an annual basis and for any old run of the mill alternative investment and say you come across a private company slack you.

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"The upload the documents. We've got a team back in Oak Brook Illinois or headquarters is that knows what they're looking at and the within four to five business days they'll make an evaluation whether or not we can custody and I said we we custard over fifteen thousand of these alternative investments so we know what we're looking for a very rarely. Do we find something that we won't custody okay and so what are some examples okay <hes> there just one guy was involved in stock of private companies. What are some things people want to do that? They can't do outsider well. There's a lot of people in the in America have made a lot of money with commercial real estate a lot of money and about five years ago a company up in Portland Oregon <hes> but have crowd street had this idea that why don't we create an online marketplace for investors who want to invest in commercial real estate and in four. For years they've transacted about ten point eight billion dollars of real estate sales all online where they've got investors all over America going to their website buying twenty five thousand dollar minimum allotments on a property in Atlanta Georgia something like then Yeah Ted we <hes> we've interviewed some of their competitors so we're very familiar with that with that model other examples are <hes> ever since the banking crisis of two thousand eight a lot of ingenious <hes> business the owners of coming up with these peer to peer lending <hes> investments were you can <hes> you can loan part of your I._R._A.. Money for fix and flip where somebody is going to want to buy that property and fixed up and flip it and and they're gonNA pay anywhere between six and eight or ten percent interest for the term of that note which is typically no longer than eighteen months right we we call that private credit but right exactly private credit private debt but that's just a booming market all over the world it is selenium is going on over in Finland Singapore Hong Kong. We've interviewed several companies who do that kind of thing and like you say they. They'RE GONNA pay three or four times right. What you're you know and <hes> irregular bond index looking for income? You know a ten year Treasury is to change plus. You've got the <hes> impact that when the Federal Reserve says something that's GonNa Affect that value when trump tweets something that could affect the value but the interest earning on my first trustee notes is unaffected by any of that that's right. That's right okay. So what do you find to be the biggest misperception when you're explaining these things either to advisors or due to investors Yeah Greg question the biggest misconception is people just don't know you can put these things in your retirement account and I'm talking about people that are what we call investment sponsors I meet with real estate developers all over over the Pacific northwest that are building beautiful buildings and properties and they've gone to all their friends and family to get investors in that but they've never talked to them about their friends and families retirement accounts and when you ask them why well you can't I put a commercial real estate in your in your retirement plan well. Of course you can ever since two thousand twelve the jobs act that opened up the ability for investors like you and me to be able to invest in things like private real estate private stock these crowdfunding investments that we're seeing these days okay and so <hes> people are basically just unaware of this exactly okay and a lot of what Millennium Trust does is because we understand that the biggest obstacle to alternative investments is learning about them. You can talk to your friends about it but you're not gonNA get all the right information so we created a website called the Millennium Alternative Investment Network is an online resource for investors to learn about alternative investments to research the ones who are interested in and actually open up an account and invest in them with US Okay Dow. Maybe you could take just a second when you say alternative investments. They're going to be some of our listeners who are going to say <hes> you know he his this baseball cards diamonds. You know what our alternative investments according to the I._R._S. is viewed T._d.. ameritrade view millenniums viewed item meeting yesterday yesterday in in <hes> Orange County with a a billionaire family office that is a billionaire because of alternative investments. They've accumulated individual precious coins collector coins numismatic value stuff absolutely okay and I I saw coins there little little gold coins that were valued at over three million dollars because the only eight of them or something like that okay that's an example but basically the <hes> the types of alternative investments these are things that are not traded in the stock market and win. Investors can think if they can think about the value of their home it's not in their stock account in that value fluctuates daily they don't and and whenever anything happens in the market it doesn't really affect their house examples of true alternative investments include private company stock. It's called Private Equity <hes> private company debt they can also raise money through debt offerings real estate. We talked about that and you can buy a liquid real estate investment liquid reads but that's can be affected by by statements by the Federal Reserve when they talked about raising rates that hurts those type of. Investments publicly traded stocks hit. They really are yeah exactly and you can you can buy private rates that aren't affected by that so when the market takes a dump these private things don't move others examples include managed futures precious metals you can put physical.

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"They upload the documents. We've got a team back. Oprah Illinois or headquarters is that knows what they're looking at and they within four to five business days. They'll make an evaluation whether or not we can custody and I said we covered over fifteen thousand of these alternative assessments so we know what we're looking for a very rarely. Do we find something that we won't custody okay and so what are some examples else okay <hes> there just one guy was involved in stock of private companies. What are some things people want to do that? They can't do outsider well. There's a lot of people in the in America have made a lot of money with commercial real estate a lot of money and about five years ago a company up in Portland Oregon <hes> but have crowd street had this idea that why don't we create an online marketplace for investors who want to invest in commercial real estate and. In four years they've transacted about ten point eight billion dollars of real estate sales all online where they've got investors all over America going to their website buying twenty five thousand dollar minimum allotments on a property in Atlanta Georgia something like that Yeah Ted we <hes> we've interviewed some of their competitors so we're very familiar with that with that. Other examples are <hes> ever since the banking crisis of two thousand eight a lot of ingenious <hes> the business owners have come up with these pure lending <hes> investments were you can <hes> you can loan part of your I._R._A.. Money for fix and flip where somebody is going to want to buy that property and fixed up and flip it and and they're they're gonNA pay anywhere between six and eight or ten percent interest for the term of that note which is typically no longer than eighteen months we call that private credit but right exactly private credit private debt but that's just a booming market all over the world it is Taylor. Linda's is going on over in Finland Singapore Hong Kong. We've interviewed several companies who do that kind of thing and like you say they. They'RE GONNA pay three or four times right. What you're you know enhance <hes> irregular bond index looking for income? You know a ten year Treasury is to in change plus. You've got the <hes> impact that when the Federal Reserve says something that's GonNa Affect that value when trump tweets something that could perfect guy you but the interest earning on my first trustee notes is unaffected by any of that that's right. That's right okay. So what do you find to be the the biggest misperception when you're explaining these things either to advisors. Here's or two investors Yeah Greg Question. The biggest misconception is people. Just don't know you can put these things in your retirement account and I'm talking about people that are what we call investment sponsors I meet with real estate developers. There's all over the Pacific northwest that are building beautiful buildings and properties and they've gone to all their friends and family to get investors in that but they've never talked to them about their friends and families retirement accounts and when you ask them why well you you can't put a commercial real estate in your retirement plan well. Of course you can ever since two thousand twelve the jobs act that opened up the ability for investors like you and me to be able to invest in things like private real estate private stock these crowdfunding funding investments that we're seeing these days okay and so <hes> people are basically just unaware of this exactly okay and a lot of what Millennium Trust does is because we understand that the biggest obstacle to alternative alternative investments is learning about them. You can talk to your friends about it but you're not gonNA get all the right information so we created a website called the Millennium Alternative Investment Network is an online resource for investors to learn about alternative investments. It's to research the ones are interested in and actually open up an account and invest in them with US Okay Dow. Maybe you could take just a second. When you say alternative investments? They're going to be some of our listeners who are going to say <hes> you you know he has this baseball cards diamonds. You know what our alternative investments according to the I._R._S. is viewed T._d.. Ameritrade view millenniums viewed session. I had at a meeting yesterday in in Orange County with a a a billionaire family office. That is a billionaire because of alternative investments. They've accumulated individual precious coins collector coins numismatic value stuff absolutely okay and I I saw coins there little little gold coins that were valued at over three million dollars because the only eight of them or something like that okay that's an example but basically basically the types of alternative investments. These are things that are not traded in the stock market and win. Investors can think if they can think about the value of their home. It's not in their stock account in that value fluctuates daily they.

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Thank you very much. Ted Is with us here in the studio so ted appreciate you being here. You've been in the financial industry for decades. Give us a thirty second background of yours in the industry. Yes said Yeah we'll absolutely I've been in the Yes <hes> financial industry for a little over two decades working for very large custodians for example like fidelity investments and Charles Schwab and then also as <hes> what's called a registered investment adviser <hes> working with <hes> wealthy people and helping helping them manage their portfolios okay so <hes> tell us about the millennium. What is it that you guys do? Sherpa Will Millennium Trust Company was started in the year two thousand as a custodian for alternative investments because what they saw saw was more and more investors wanted to buy alternatives but the big custodians Schwab and Fidelity and pershing and T._d.. They wouldn't hold those for most clients especially when to hold them in large amount for advisors so we were founded in two two thousand and since then we've grown to about twenty six point six billion dollars under custody with over fifteen thousand unique alternative investments okay so so tell us <hes> what makes you guys unique. What are you willing to do? The others are not and why sure well the the major custodians. I talked about <hes> they <hes> liked custody liquid assets things that can be bought and sold on the instant or by the end of the market day <hes> they find different creative ways to create revenue from those types of investments and they can see him on a Bloomberg Screen Bloomberg screen and it's all traded and <hes> these alternative investments aren't traded. They're not liquid and most of them don't know how the worker how they're priced so they're not revenue generating for these big custodians and why do people on need a custodian for those sugared the Question Charlie well if you were to buy some alternative investments in your Charley Right Trust account or you're just you're checking accounts right. You don't need a custodian for that but anything that you hold in a retirement account has got to be held by custodian because our government wants to track how much we've got when we're certain age. You have to take a minimum distribution out of that account so you've got to have a custodian for that. You're talking about Iris. Exactly IRAS pension plans <hes> profit sharing plans ends ain't of qualified retirement plan okay so you guys custody the investments for qualified retirement plan so it's not just iris. It's also you know Raw Roth I._R._A.'s simple. I._R._A.'s Arrays Pension plans four one ks as single 4. I've got a client up in Silicon Valley that has about a billion dollars in a Roth I._R._A.. which is tax free every way you slice it and dice it okay and so if he wants he he can go out and Buy Mutual Fund and put that with T._d.? Ameritrade or Schwab or somebody else into the this Roth I._R._A.. But if he wants to buy A. non-traded read or something like that. He really can't do that through to well. Sometimes he can't do that through T._d.. Ameritrade or Schwab or fidelity et cetera correct yeah <hes> <hes> and in this example he <hes> is not buying non-trade reads. He's buying private company stock because that is what we call the hockey stick effect <hes> right you just need a few of them to take that big increase in value and that's how he turned his 4. Rollover into Roth into a billion dollar off because he he's a venture capitalist and he knows what he looks for with private company stock and a few two of them went public so somebody could take real estate private company stock things that these other custodians will not take and they can come to you guys and I presume you charge a fee directly right close to the investor and then that investor pays you the fee and then gets to select among a much wider array of investments than he could with these other custody custodians correct yeah and <hes> as far as the way we make money we charge an annual contract fee per asset and I'll give you an example. Let's say you come to me and you say you. You want to invest one hundred thousand dollars in your I._R._A.. Account in ownership interest this building were sitting in today. You can do that and we get planned documents from the building owner and we make sure that they're not making any <hes> lofty guarantees of double-digit returns are zero return after twenty years things like that and we have a team that reviews those documents and within four to five business as we can approve it once it's approved you'd open with Millennium. You'd wire the money from your existing Custodian Fidelity Schwab wherever it is over two millennium and then and we buy that ownership share of the limited partnership with the building for your account okay and so give us a couple of examples you you mentioned your billionaire client do you guys have to approve approve the investment but it sounds like due diligence is pretty basic. Yes are due. Diligence is limited to our ability to act as a custodian and I'll give you two examples. We had an adviser in San Diego who wanted to buy an investment from the Hong Kong investments sponsor. The sponsor sent sent us our plan documents the private placement memorandum <hes> <hes> statement gets Daniel has doctrines you have to collect and there was one sentence in the thirty eight forty eight page PPM that said the custodian was responsible for any actions of the investment sponsor so that means if the sponsors saw your money. We'd be responsible for that so we told this Hong Kong investment sponsor thank you but no thank. We've also soon documents where <hes> somewhere buried deep in the P._M.. Is a statement were the investor is being guaranteed zero return principal after a number of years which essentially means that the investment sponsor could steal your money. Thank you for that. No no we don't pass any judgement on the value of the investment you just weasel. Make sure that you're not gonNA be <hes> victim of a Ponzi type scheme right right off scheme right so so so what are kind of the typical typical situations when people come to you okay and they say this is what I want to do. What what how typically what what's the kind of thing they're looking at typically we find out who the investment sponsor is? That's the.

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"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"ted parker" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"For advisors so we were founded founded in two thousand and since we've grown to about twenty six point six billion dollars under custody with over fifteen thousand unique alternative investments okay so so tell us <hes> what makes you guys unique. What are you willing to do do that? The others are not and why sure well the major custodians. I talked about <hes> they <hes> liked custody liquid assets things that can be bought and sold on the instant or by the end of the market day <hes> they find different creative ways to create revenue from those types of investments and they can see him on a Bloomberg Screen Bloomberg screen and it's all traded and <hes> these alternative investments aren't traded. They're not liquid and most of them don't know how they are worker how they're priced so they're not revenue generating for these big custodians and why do people on need a custodian for those sure good question Charlie well if you were to buy some alternative investments in your Charley Right Trust account or you're just you're checking accounts right. You don't need a custodian for that but anything that you hold in a retirement account has got to be held by custodian because our government wants to track how much we've got when we're certain age. You have to take a minimum distribution out of that account so you've got to have a custodian for that. You're talking about Iras exactly IRAS pension plans <hes> profit turn plans any type of qualified retirement plan okay so you guys custody the investments for qualified retirement plan so it's not just iris. It's also you know raw roth. I._R._A.'s <hes> simple simple. I._R._A.'s pension plans four one ks as single 4. I've got a client up in Silicon Valley that has about a billion dollars in a Roth I._R._A.. which is taxed free every way you slice it and dice it okay and so if he wants he he can go out and Buy Mutual Fund and put that with T._d.? Ameritrade or Schwab or somebody else into the this Roth I._R._A.. But if he wants to buy. Anon- traded read or something like that. He really can't do that through to well. Sometimes he can't do that through T._d.. Ameritrade or Schwab or fidelity et cetera correct yeah man and in this example he <hes> is not buying non-trade reads. He's buying private company stock because that is what we call the hockey stick effect <hes> right you just need a few of them to they make that big increase in value and that's how he turned his 4. Rollover into Roth into a billion dollar roth because he he's a venture capitalist and he knows what he looks for with private companies stock and in a few of them when public so somebody could take real estate private company stock things that these other custodians will not take and they can come to you guys and I presume you charge a fee he directly to the investor and then that investor pays you the fee and then gets to select among a much wider array of investments than he could with these other custom custodians correct yeah and <hes> <hes> as far as the way we make money we charge an annual contract fee per asset and I'll give you an example. Let's say you come to me and you say you. You want to invest one hundred thousand dollars in your I._R._A.. Account in ownership interests of this building were sitting in today you can do that and we planned documents from the building owner. We make sure that they're not making any <hes> lofty. Guarantees of double-digit returns are zero return after twenty years things like that hat and we have a team that reviews those documents and within four to five business as we can approve it once it's approved you'd open to cal with Millennium. You'd wire the money from your existing Custodian Fidelity Schwab wherever it is over two millennium and and then we buy that ownership share of the limited partnership with the building for your account okay and so give us a couple of examples you mentioned your your billionaire client do you guys have have to approve the investment but it sounds like due. Diligence is pretty basic. Yes are due. Diligence is limited to our ability to act as a custodian and I'll give you two examples. We had an adviser in San Diego who wanted to buy an investment. I'm from Hong Kong investment sponsor. The sponsor sent sent us our plan documents a private placement memorandum <hes> <hes> statement gets Daniel has doctrines you have to collect and there was one sentence in the thirty eight forty eight page P._M.. That said the custodian was responsible for any actions of the investment sponsor so that means if the sponsors saw your money we'd be responsible for that so we told this Hong Kong investment sponsor. Thank you but no thank we've. I've also seen <hes> documents where <hes> somewhere buried deep in the PPM is a statement were the investor is being guaranteed zero return principal after a number of years which essentially means that the investment sponsor could steal failure money for that no no we don't pass any judgement on the value investor and we will make sure that you're not going to be <hes> victim of a Ponzi type scheme right right off scheme right so so so what are kind typical situations when people come to you okay and they say this is what I want to do. What what how typically what what's the kind of thing they're looking at typically we find out who the investment sponsor is?.

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"ted parker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"ted parker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Welcome back to nothing impossible on KOMO X Travis Sheridan, Michael Calhoun. And let's get into Michael's interview. He did with Ted Parker partner at Centric talking about the changing IT field and how you can get trained up for those skills. So we hear about IT as this fast growing career. Is there a disconnect between the number of jobs that are open and available though, and the number of people who are qualified to fill these absolutely. That's the skills gap, and you can Google ad and you'll have information more information than you want on how deep the skills gap is I'll just reading an article this morning from Caccia. Which is an industry organization saying today, there are five hundred thousand unfilled IT jobs in America. And by twenty twenty that number will be one million number of jobs that were they cannot find qualified IT professionals to fill them. And so I guess the question is what is the what is the qualification or what do people have to do because there are plenty of people who were looking for work too. Well, the great thing about technology is that you don't need a degree to succeed in IT. The the economy today is job skills economy. And the reason that the college graduates aren't finding the right jobs, they need they don't really have the right job skills that people are looking for that goes back to the skills gap. And today to get a job in IT, there's certain industry level entry level jobs skills. They companies look for and what we do in our program is trained people just for those job skills. So that when they come out they can fill the entry level jobs, and I can imagine as we talk about jobs being automated machine learning. And even starting to take aim at some office jobs now, and people are like, what are we going to do, you know as a living in the future, and somebody's gotta maintain all of those whether it's a computer algorithm, or whether it's a piece of, you know, actual machinery. Yeah. That's that's the real question. When I say technology is gonna take all the jobs, you can be on the side where your job got taken on the side of the people who are programming and utilizing technology to take those jobs away and technologies, and it is everywhere. And that's why there's so many jobs available. You look at the retail space today all of these retail stores are closing because they are now everything with technology has moved their sales online. And we're seeing that in every industry. So talk about what you're doing with the IT career training program here in Saint Louis and about the the company in general how you how you've made it to Saint Louis. Yeah. So Centric is there's an IT training company. That's what we do for a living. And so there are two sides of that we have a business to business side where we train the IT staffs of companies every major company in Kansas City in many in Saint Louis. Louis already which will do more when they upgrade their software when they have a new project their IT people need to get upskilled to the most hottest and latest technologies, we work with companies like Microsoft, we're gold Microsoft partner. Cisco citric, and we train people who buy their technology when they need to be upskilled. And then we take those relationships and we have developed a four month program that is for individuals. And so we take individuals that have zero or no little or no IT experience. And we put them through a four month intensive accelerated hands on program where we teach them the IT job skills over four months. It is all technology, you'll know general education, no history. No biology. Just technology for four months, we talked to the companies that we train their staff. We say what do you need an IT an entry level networking or coder to be able to do and we teach them those scales. And then we go back to those companies and say here are.

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"ted parker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"ted parker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The voice of Saint Louis KOMO X. Welcome back to nothing impossible on KOMO X Travis Sheridan, Michael Calhoun. And let's get into Michael's interview. He did with Ted Parker partner at Centric talking about the changing IT field and how you can get trained up for those skills. So we hear about IT as this fast growing career. Is there a disconnect between the number of jobs that are open and available though, and the number of people who are qualified to fill these absolutely. That's the skills gap and you can Google ad. And you will have information more information than you want on how deep the skills gap is I'll just reading an article this morning From Compass media, which. As an industry organization saying today, there are five hundred thousand unfilled IT jobs in America. And by twenty twenty that number will be one million number of jobs that were they cannot find qualified IT professionals to fill them. And so I guess the question is what is the what is the qualification or what do people have to do because there are plenty of people who were looking for work too. Well, the great thing about technology is that you don't need a degree to succeed in IT. The the economy today is a job skills economy. And the reason that the college graduates aren't finding the right jobs, they need they don't really have the right job skills that people are looking for that goes back to the skills gap. And today to get a job in IT. There are certain interesting level entry level jobs skills. They companies look for and what we do in our program is people just for those job skills. So that when they come out they can fill the entry level jobs, and I can imagine as we talk about jobs being automated machine learning even. Starting to take aim at some office jobs now and people are like what are we going to do as a living in the future? And somebody's gotta maintain all of those whether it's a computer algorithm, or whether it's a piece of, you know, actual machinery. Yeah. That's that's the real question. When I say that technology is to take all the jobs, you can be on the side where your job got taken. You can be on the side of the people who are programming and utilizing technology to take those jobs away and your technology in it is everywhere. And that's why there's so many jobs available. You look at the retail space today all of these retail stores are closing because they are now everything with technology has moved their sales online. And we're seeing that in every industry. So talk about what you're doing with the IT career training program here in Saint Louis and about the the company in general how you how you've made it to Saint Louis. Yeah. So Centric is as an IT training company. That's what we do for eleven. And so there are two sides of that run. We have a business to business side where we train the IT staffs of companies every major company in Kansas City and in many in Saint Louis. Already which will do more when they upgrade their software when they have a new project their IT people need to get upskilled to the most hottest and latest technologies, we work with companies like Microsoft, we're go Microsoft partner. Cisco citric we train people who buy their technology when they need to be upskilled. And then we taken those relationships, and we have developed a four month program that is for individuals. And so we take individuals that have zero or no little or no IT experience. And we put them through a four month intensive exceleron hands on program where we teach them the IT job skills over four months. It is all technology, you'll know general education, no history. No, biology, just technology for four months, we talked to the companies that we train their staff. We say what do you need an IT neutral level networking or coder to be able to do and we teach them those skills. And then we go back to those companies and say.

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"ted parker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"ted parker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Come on. Now, you just stop right there. You're wrong. Oh. Your country sucks and the journey was long. Good. You can reach. The line with a song to be I get it. Your country sucks. If you don't like it. It's on you. It's gotta be because all right. There you go. The people wanted to the people begged for a replay of the parodies the pags parody. Just caravan. Instead of lean on me, caravan share and invariably when I do a parody about a topic. People didn't send me four more ideas for the same topic. I tend to do the one topic the one parody then move on. If you've got an idea for for one I could do in a different topic. That's cool. Like climate change was another one that I might have to do something on because. Oh, and by the way, somebody tells me on Twitter that the word that Dan rather used is a word. It's an Oxford dictionary. Here's a little something for you. Here's a little something for you. If denial list is in the Oxford dictionary, the Oxford dictionaries wrong. Okay. Gotta rip that page out. Because it is because he's believably and totally impact not a word. It is not a right. I in the warned designer man and the word on that person. Let me go to Sean in Wichita, Sean, what's going on. Hi. Hey, Joe, I love your parody inspired me to write my own. Wow. Okay. Well, let's hear called. That's not why I called the reason I called is to call you out that much. I love you like a brother for another mother to call you out on Ted did. Okay. Maybe to Ted's Parker. See all right. And that's when whenever Terry can't be there like for say. For example, she broke her nail and had to go to John for happens. Lot. Whatever the reason why. Yeah. You say she doesn't care about the PG. But what about what about you? What about you? Where would use the week of thanksgiving? Radio talk show host. We're still on. He was gone all week. I took that no limited tell you. It's a good question. And I'm going to give you the answer. I took that week off just to meditate. So I could do better topics embitter parodies coming back this week. And it's a great quote..

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"ted parker" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ted parker" Discussed on WREK

"Where you'll hear i can't sing luque's of doom and pizza boy and a view of a selfmade video called parker will which i lampoon patterson and a as seen from a trailer from return of the jack lope and that i have a a film page also that's www my space dot com slash ted parker to underscore 19th seventy and that one seems to be very popular with the ladies who like to work with the psychic pimp business good so timid you have any tattoos i got two of them i got a big box and i got build the cat you've got a big black box yeah big blackbox why do you have a tattoo of a big black boxed hadman gut words under here says misery bucks hysterical so i guess it is exactly what it says it is uh i can't think of anything else to say to you ted except for a good luck with the rock of luck with the movies i hope things are continuing good for you and thank you for joining us on this special filler addition of bob's lifetime funhouse these semi lymph node addition i'm bugsy i'm reverend dr ted mansio odd dragging cohen kunihiko known earlier shared will he will lose his life ruud you'll live set up the la riots seeing all the applicable here as if something come up through your down through there see that we are going to get this brush doesn't look like in the broken it looks like it's down in here there will be watching often ordered heroin the right right now let he's like a whole the vote was real solving those were geraldo luther real loose of the law has been broken the exact area of the site his his evidenced by the impression was that the deep grass the deal maybe those surely who accountable go through both toupee our own february abyss 1990 sits down and get your it was a man and woman were drive in their vehicle some of the two an they are just old her second dan engine just one and just wouldn't blank they got off the car started checking round opened up the hood all of a sudden this lady was attacked by saw so on some kind of uh.

"ted parker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ted parker" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Be on display this afternoon at called demo today graduates of claim academy accouting school created by the winner of an arch grant ola a any we will present their final projects i any founded claim after moving here from chicago and now finding enough tech talent for his own business he has since graduated about one hundred students from the twelve week course another six there santa graduate today so why go to college then who quote directly from high school or college all somebody who is changing their career come to cream academy we don't teach them how to play for you feel great calvin dollar you can start earning you'll ever you refute out one dollar after three months veterans can attend claim academy for free is it time for career change too much student loan debt why not skip the degree and get into it we started with the rising tuition cost in the student loan debt we started seeing a a much more significant demand from from kids who on either don't go to college they go to college dropout after year even some have degrees and and can't get a job in there in the field where there major was ted parker our partnered centered training says there are half a million unfilled it jobs in america right now and a lot of companies looking past college degrees and really only care if you have the skills barker says 'centrica is offering four month intense training courses for both i t and programming jobs coming up in the news at five fifty two the new evidence is stressful upbringing can be toxic and deke parker all right that story on the way al also underway in four minutes another look at your forecast anton ackermann has sports saint like many of you we always have friends and family over marin the backyard laughing and talking our fence jess frames are backyard viewed to flee and it is not only beautiful that chesterfield fence deck used the best outdoor products available as a matter of fact when you call tested phil fence deck to have them build your son room or your purple or your deck they'll bring over examples of the product they're going to.

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