17 Burst results for "Three Four Five Weeks"

"three four five weeks" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:09 min | 5 months ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You within the business or act at your direction so you can call your agent to do certain things those documents sees when you pass but they're very very important documents people don't realize that if you become disabled for any period of time and again if somebody goes in the hospital for a couple weeks that's not going to trigger well I think it has a lot of the problems but if you go beyond that three four five weeks it may be where the family members need to file for guardianship which is a court proceeding people's particular spouses think that they are empowered to make decisions for their husband or wife in the case of disability but that's that is not true if you want to make finance or healthcare decisions for somebody who's disabled and can't make them you need a power of attorney or you need a guardianship so that's one of the first accidents the next document is a well and well generally for business owners we leave everything to a trust it is really a catch all if you do the planning properly the will has no effect because you already put everything into the trust let me explain that a trust is a document that you put together and it allows you to put all your assets into it so you create the trust you are the founder of the trust what's known as the grand tour you are the trustee of the trust that means you manage it and you are the beneficiary of the trust while you were alive so you were all the hats the reason I explain it that way as people are concerned that when they do that that they give up control which they do not or that creates complexity particular tax filings which it does not if you are the grand tore the trustee and a beneficiary of a remarkable trust meaning you can revoke it at any time you file your taxes the exact same way so it essentially becomes what I refer to as a legal fiction all your assets are held in trust let's kind of walk through that you have your well you have your trust yet when you pass away if you put everything into the trust already the trust just continues to operate and you name a successor trustee that was the person who then takes over and operates things on your behalf as I mentioned earlier in the program if you want different people to do different things I'll give you an example during the crisis we just finished a a estate plan for a gentleman that ran three different business he wanted three different people to run those businesses in a specific way are some of which were going to be sold one of which was going to be around and tell the time that his spouse which is second spouse passed away and then the money would be distributed accordingly so the the trust gives you a tremendous amount of flexibility to pick and choose the way you want thanks to call but that is it in a nutshell the doctor if there are additional documents you can do when we typically do one is America property greatness and that essentially calls out well what's the spouse's own and how they want them to be handled within the trust for a long term marriage not a big deal just basically the property green it says everything that one is more of a property however in the second or third marriage situation you can designate who owns what and I can give you a Karen a personal example my wife inherited money from her grandparents many years ago and that is held separately within our vocal trust that she controls what if she passes away first I get income for life and then when I pass away the balance goes to our children she wanted to meet Mrs marijuana make doggone sure that I think will blow any money on a new wife well and another issue with so many people there business owners do have real estate and other states and a well as a ticket to probate court and if you have a well and if you don't have a will you can appropriate each one of those states unless you do some planning which is a nightmare yes as a great point I we just had I I got a case in people that I did not know before they referred to me but they have a parcel of farm in Illinois right across the border and they figured it was no big deal never made it into the trust in fact they never leave their properties in Wisconsin never made it to the trust and never funded the trust we had all been a probate Illinois the property into the Wisconsin probate it costs tens of thousands of dollars Lockley actually has lawyers licensed in Illinois so we don't have to go to outside counsel but it was an absolute master two great points particular people who a lot of my clients own property in Florida and if they don't if it is held in their individual names why you have to have a probate proceeding down Florida transfer that property into trust it can be yeah very difficult two things that I just wanna touch on really quickly as every one of our employees has an estate plan that's part of what we do for our employees is to make sure that they are taking care of and in a situation like this that we've gone through this call that and and but we know that they've got their their documents in place of course that's a really important piece and for other employee is out there I would suggest as something that you have a position to bring somebody in I'd love to come in I know don would talk come in and talk to your employees about making sure that their documents are in place and then of course for all of you who have children over eighteen you can't make decisions for them either okay these are really important and important issues to talk over with your financial advisor talk over with your attorney bring this advisors.

"three four five weeks" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

11:32 min | 7 months ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on KNSS

"Corner making is there it's highly possible although you and I may disagree with it Anthony Fauci is modest person Redskins stadium are fed ex field that may be true but what's also not true is that the if you were in that stadium with eighty thousand screaming fans because fans collectively would be much smarter than he is Bill Gates might be the smartest person at CenturyLink field field but collectively all the Seahawks fans are smarter than he is and the point I'm making is that that's why markets work so well it's not that the Soviet Union didn't have brilliant experts iron countries certain countries didn't have amazingly smart people but one person can never combine all the knowledge that the market place to people with different different skills different different angles on things can combine and that's why when we leave it up to experts to basically guide us through a crisis they create the crisis it's been my point for quite a while that this thing was based upon a projection of these August bodies that turned out to be false and one there when the policy based upon false modeling turned out to be incorrect and I don't think there's some malicious intent going back in March and they simply were wrong when they made their predictions especially doctor professor die Dr Christopher Murray he was wrong when he did it and when you're faced a policy upon a falsehood and then and actually done turn out pursuant to the hypothesis it may make more sense to deal with facts instead of a someone predict might happen and so whether it's Ohio Texas California New York there was predictions of a one to two point two million dead Americans in my home state of Ohio it was predicted that twenty to twenty four thousand Ohioans would die at this point the number is one thousand and forty now that's bad if you're one of the one thousand forty that's bad but that's a far cry for twenty four thousand there are good governor Mike DeWine instead of saying three four five weeks into the steel lock these projections are false what we're going to flatten the curve and that was the goal we don't have a curve to flatten in most states especially Texas and Florida the emergency rooms are not overwhelmed they're now going into the second month pretending as if we're having a pandemic in most of the country one we're not and so when your point is if you relied upon the judgments of eighty thousand people collectively they're probably a lot smarter than doctor felt she without question that's why markets are smoked so smart is there a corporate the knowledge of everyone she answers any surprise that anytime the government deems something a crisis but they actually create one user suddenly allowing people who are bright it was very near of your view points to set policy for everyone but fails I want to stress when has model we never been correct when have economists ever gotten something right almost by definition they have been in that they happen is critical the same reason we're describing they're trying to put model the infinite actions of hundreds of millions and realistically billions of people there's not there's no reasonable way to do that and so what I've said all along as I understand the hell of this but even if it's true even if they'd modeled three million four million five million American deaths my answer still would have always been the only answer is freedom you do not fight a disease or virus with mass unemployment mass bankruptcy in poverty you can only fight that with economic growth at which point she do you need a water bill do you need someone to force you to protect yourself from something that might kill you obviously not you you're not stupid the Americans get it people around the world get it if if something threatens us we're going to protect ourselves we don't need Mike DeWine or anyone telling us to do that and John Tammy I we come to know as adults how to conduct ourselves when government says to us whether you're in California Texas Ohio Florida Wisconsin Michigan don't leave your home if you do leave your home you must be six feet away from somebody else there's all kinds of nonessential jobs the great majority of American people I've been told that you don't matter you don't count and I have the most recent which I ran off about six PM a few hours ago in California her one hundred thousand there's five deaths per one hundred thousand in Florida there six deaths per one hundred thousand in Ohio there are five deaths per one hundred thousand in Texas there are three deaths per one hundred thousand in Wisconsin there's five deaths per one hundred thousand Nevada there are eight deaths per one hundred thousand by any fair definition is not a crisis is not a pandemic now if you're one of the eight that's a that's a crisis but even forty percent of those individuals were nursing homes not a general risk walking around we have a pandemic in search of a crisis the government made it a crisis so now we're in a complete absolute breakdown I had Mike DeWine on you call me and I have my own twice a week in Ohio and I asked him the question are these numbers out of Ohio a crisis when in Ohio but we have eight out of one hundred thousand people have died and the hospitals are empty they're laying off doctors and respiratory nurses that the hospitals are losing millions of dollars every day is is the pandemic still going on and he said yes I still work where the hell is it it is not in Cincinnati is not in Texas it is not even a state like Maryland Massachusetts is bad main main main has four deaths per one hundred thousand and the governor of Maine to shut down the entire state for the next two months John what what's happened is a collective insanity what's going on what I think is going on as politicians are always trying to cover themselves what's the old saying wind all warm warms health the state I've always said I crises are the state's oxygen politicians live for a reason to exist what are you most government programs a bureaucracy in search of a purpose and say here we have a scenario where there's this possibility and to what politicians do they don't want to be on record as having not done nothing hence they do something and in doing something they always and everywhere created crisis she no one's talking about the much bigger crisis which is poverty which is we were just celebrating a few months ago how billions around the world finally a merging from poverty and these politicians around the world quite literally forced command and control shut down the global economy and if pushed quite literally hundreds of millions of people back into destitution thirty million plus Americans and I'm sorry once again shame on president trump he his initial instincts were correct to maybe not worry too much he had a chance to be different he had a chance to say I will not shut down the concrete to fight the virus in fact I will lead people to reach to the booming economy booming growth can be matched with talent on the way to finding a cure why did he not stick to his instincts he proved to be just like every other politician every time there's they they create crisis in there because they create them because they can't whenever I've had your own for ten years the most optimistic guy I knows John Tammy I watch you on fox morning Saturday morning quite often you have a great column right now real clear markets dot com I the other day when it was it was here yesterday Saturday or Friday but we had a circumstance where where we had the greatest investor in the world Warren Buffett say no problem we're going to come back strong and I'm not I probably I pray to god that's the case do you have the same optimism is Warren Buffett no question I I do and and let let's remember why politicians have been doing this for much longer than we've been alive they've been getting us into wars they've been creating financial crises as you know you've been having me on parks I think over ten years two thousand eight doesn't happen without politicians meddling in the network into March this is what politicians do they constantly they get us into wars in in people die they said they waste money and just sickening fashion once again entrepreneurs will bail these guys out they always do is an entrepreneur he used to call me in two thousand nine S. are you worried she said are you kidding because I'm way too smart for a bomb I was way too smart the bush can entrepreneurs never forget they spend every day thinking the next day is going to be the company's much till night spent eighteen years going to the Nike was going to die he had to tell his wife every night some optimistic line that he didn't believe to entrepreneurs this is not the initial once again politicians created an economic contraction this was never help related this was all about a political crack up in America's entrepreneurs will once again you're out ways take risks and get the U. S. moving again and the idiot politicians will take credit ice we we owe it to history to make sure that they don't take credit this time there will be no future trump economies are biting economies the economy is what the with the real people that the entrepreneurs create these politicians just put barriers in the way and they did it again hi I'm watching the present if you are to go on fox and with a great backdrop in answer to a question from someone in charge of that said why don't you do more Mister president why didn't you do more and I'm thinking do more yes I wanted to do less so I want to share with the American people tonight a column right next year is a real clear markets dot com what stock occurred in the middle of a pandemic there was another deadly flu epidemic in United States the flu spread from Hong Kong United States arriving in December nineteen sixty eight and picking your your later that killed one hundred thousand Americans mostly over the age of sixty five and over one million worldwide nineteen sixty nine you probably weren't even around yet but I I I was like I was in college and it was very good references to the Hong Kong flu that killed a whole much more killed many more Americans that will dive from covert nineteen in and then the world we got one million I had to go for in other words that the pandemic of six nineteen sixty nine once by a factor of four much worse than the current pandemic stock markets did not crash Congress passed no legislation the federal reserve did nothing not a single governor acted to enforce social distancing flattening the curve no mothers were arrested for taking their kids to the other what somebody else's home no surfers were arrested no day cares are shut down and and no drug overdoses the media covered the pandemic every now and then on the nightly news it wasn't a big issue so what how is it possible that in nineteen sixty nine forgetting nineteen nineteen for the time being and most lives in being we had a terrible pandemic that killed a whole lot more Americans and worldwide than the current one but this one is the worst thing ever because we're experiencing it and my theory is this we didn't have cable news every newsroom in America has four five TV sets up that they have right there fox news and MSNBC they got CNN they had C. 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"three four five weeks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:26 min | 10 months ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"So like three four five weeks have gone by and I'm doing this because show with Kevin the Gandhian John the Velma in my case am I doing okay or is is bad or good they're like has anybody talked to yet and I said no that's a good thing you don't find the final news is one thing I can tell you watching you and Jonathan together you genuinely like each other we really did there's a comfort there and I think you do love I will say this I think you love cut covering college football more than you do the NFL and I pushed hard to do more NFL early on it's just it's it's different it's a different animal and when you're when you're just so recently removed from it you have so many friends and former teammates and coaches and so it's so hard to say yeah you know I think so and so is going to win and then I think about the G. A. that I had the other coach on the other channels like Hey mark just regarding a family to feed it I would talk to those people yes you know later in the week and say Hey man sorry I picked against you they said oh we didn't even see it as is I don't care I'm like oh okay it doesn't matter right now it is there's more enjoyable people out there than on reasonable believe it or not so you're one of the most interesting figures to me in New York sports in the last couple of decades because here you are as the quarterback of a franchise that is so desperate for six as a rabid fan base you go to back to back AFC title games you are the manager and then it seems like it just disappeared quickly you know and if there's not a lot of jet quarterbacks that have had the success that that you had there right but yet when people you know talk about you sometimes I feel like there's more about the the end of the career more what could have been and then what was I do think though that time is going to serve you well people gonna look back my god the remarks entity with this team when you look back on it what it what it what's your overall thoughts of your career thongs listen it was it started off you know white hot we're talking like a fire work this thing was going and and had the right trajectory but boomer knows you got to develop a quarterback constantly it takes years and years and years and by year three I think after the success of your two we bring in all the the veteran leadership around in and sign a bunch free agents she's me you I think we fell in love with that idea so then the next year we go signed to new receivers guys who we sign Plaxico Burress sign Derrick Mason guys who I had worked out with a bunch and you got to develop a reporter with these guys Dustin Keller had finally had taken off and on Miami right guys get injured things change coaches that she's offense changes and it's I mean every year was a revolving door every year was a new formula instead of maybe a draft and develop mentality it was let's go signed some of the best guys on the market and see what happens in every time you do that you can roll the dice and it it just it just became difficult for everyone and as boomer knows as well that you know you you're either here or they go doesn't work out it's just say well see you later yeah and I woke up in Philly okay out of reality it is that it that's part of becoming a professional quarterback in understanding all of that but I think the success you had early on ended up hurting you for two reasons one I never thought you were a great match with rex Ryan rex Ryan.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Know Paul no thinking about investment bank road executive service people will listen to the show for a long time and you know we've got we've got players who let's say you three four five weeks ago you know free plays on the show this year have been hit in sixty seven sixty eight percent which is unheard of for free games is about on the it was sixty one five on the end on the air guys who will listen now who have played the free plays let's say in the last three or four weeks of now step to executive service and I know you have guys who have gone from executive in three weeks time now playing their second investment bankrolled this weekend with Jimmy in Vegas is that a normal time line let's say three weeks from getting involved with executive plays less of questions to it to Investimento what's that what is that like getting from one to the other well it depends on the time of year you know we don't depend on the player to I would assume yeah absolutely yeah but we try to keep all players exactly the same like we try to understand the concept that we have the still look this some guys out there who print money in a backyard this some guys out there fighting tooth and nail just fighting the good fight did just good honorable hard working guy the women in the workplace was trying to manage and especially the single moms were fighting to the nail on the deal still being a mom and that bread winners we understand everybody's different one size does not fit all but we want to make sure that the games are the same structure for everyone so if your bank was a million dollars or a hundred thousand dollars or ten thousand dollars we can even the same ratio is on the scene games that everybody is playing the key here is very simple it's the time of year sometimes a year that's just on investment Baghel because the information isn't there something like for example this year in August there was no one that's from bangles in August issue but they're one of the following the previous year you know and some baseball games it's just very rather does he's come along when everything is perfect when that perfect and everything is going and the mathematicians love it the handicappers love it the entire staff or an agreement and when you get this many guys in agreement on one game it's very rare did the fights the arguments that happened in the war room will guys a break it down play grades and and and one of the simulations in the run of the algorithms and all those al goals unlike his different formulas Nysted from methodologies when everything's in one place you got a jump on it and it really makes a difference so this time yet it works better so this time yeah there is more investment bank also yes to speak the ants in the now three weeks is a normal time this time yeah there's going to be a lot of investment Baghel between now and February you know twenty eighth bought some other times it was little slow it is in is just you know plug along blowing second executive and when the executive might slow down will slot free picks and free opinions which won't be as strong but you play much much less on those games eight eight eight three six six three seven three three Jimmy tags you deal with investment bankroll players you also do it guys coming over to playing executive service who maybe want to get to that what's the big difference between a guy who comes in and says Hey I'm just one of I'm ready to just play investor bankroll games I'm only plan six figures on the game I'm going right to that but who a guy who's playing exactly Sir was a building is way building is way building is way too it what's the difference between the two I mean the most important difference is the guy that's willing to you know to get to the next level you know right off a jump street this is a guy who's got understands that patience is gonna you know that that's what's going to reward him you know Paul said there could be a time where we don't we don't see a an investment bank rogaine for six weeks then it could be you know a two or three weeks stretch where we can get two or three does gain Saddam bottom line is that you know as long as you're willing you know to keep your hands in your pocket and not make any you know all you know foolish moves on on your own behalf then is this so many opportunities here to make money and like we said I'm gonna say it again and I'll say it now until winded less is more on all world anybody won the stands what I mean by that is that you don't have to bed every day to be successful in our world but more importantly listen I got a game today and I we haven't even talked about this on a show I'm gonna tell people I'm gonna tell people point blank right now I usually I get a game today I got an out right on the dog when I should say out right on the because it's going to be a big underdog but I wouldn't be surprised if they won the game out records that number is going to be so good for them and so enticing for us to take a piece of our money and put it towards that but more importantly okay well Paul's got for tomorrow is he's got something that you got to take advantage of as well because we put these two games to get this could be the perfect storm these games going to mesh is an apple today my game today it's going to be perfect I mean and plus it is Monday night as well so it would be my game today Jimmy's game say there's no reason not to get involved we absolutely could not love the game while look I know for a fact you know between the Baltimore nine again which I know I can't miss that game and I mean this from the bottom my heart guys I don't love that game I love the with all my heart I like I.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Minutes of the time now that American trucking network and it's almost become a tradition that we wrap up the show talking to our friend the pants and he's on the lines you will get to him here shortly but another bit of and again we didn't get to the industry headlines at the outset of the show as we normally do because we were in the middle of a long running college football game none of the UC bear cats up setting university of central Florida on the gridiron this past night then a big win for you see yeah but we didn't we we can get started until like twelve thirty so we can get to the industry headlines and there's been another study conducted crunching the numbers as to you know when where and how truck accidents happen most of fatal trucking crashes occur. between eleven in the morning and four in the afternoon not overnight. but during the day time eleven AM to four PM and while that's that's interesting because as on either side of the rush hours you would think you know the traditional rush hours where traffic is the heaviest and you know like sort of what sixty nine in the morning and wonder what is about four to seven or three to six in the afternoon the traditional rush hours but it's actually in between the two that we see the most fatal truck. rashes occur eleven to four with the peak hour being one o'clock in the afternoon. more than twenty one percent of all large truck drivers involved in fatal crashes crashes rather had at least one. meeting to get. one speeding conviction as a matter of fact prior to the crash nearly the same number is that of passenger car drivers by the way but let's keep the focus on our truck driving friends from it failure to yield the right of way he was the most common truck driver behavior related to fatal truck crashes and in case you were interested according to the country of the numbers I ten is the most fatal road in the nation for truck crashes now as far as the breakdown from week day two weekend we've got the most fatal trucking accidents occurring on the week days with the fewest occurring on Sundays by far followed by Saturday and well that's probably get more to do with the numbers of that point with a lot of trucks off the road for the weekend we got the over the road drivers yes that are rolling all weekend long but there's a lot of guys that the the dedicated center in on Friday afternoon Friday evening and shut it down until Monday so a lot of trucks do go off the road during the weekend but the weekends in general of always been the best time to drive a truck is traffic generally in a day weekend overnights because traffic is generally the light is then so if you are one of those whose out you know two three four five weeks at a time driving overnight and driving particularly on Saturday morning like it is now or Sunday morning is really the best time does traffic is soon light that it's time to get into an accident with another vehicle all.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To work with the did a horrible job obviously is presentation was way off but that's okay it didn't matter the president claimed it was a very big day for the Republican Party analysis now from Matt Colby act president of Potomac strategy group in the GOP consultants Matt how do you see it and Democrats already regret having done this hearing from their stay employed the only question that matters is whether this hearing down the field in terms of getting an impeachment inquiry where you can watch us to believe that impeachment is more necessary or has broader support among the public they're just another way to look at it that way I don't really understand the point of this hearing there there was not one you if you read the words or even the redacted version or if you even pay close attention the store there are no new pacts Mahler and sell as much as I hate to say it again I truly think he's a patriotic person and a certain country well I think he really did not demonstrate knowledge of his investigation and understanding of his records releasing to be in charge of his investigative team so from my standpoint I just don't see the point of this hearing I mean Democrats were quite literally reading passages on the road to lower and asking him if that was what the report said goal appears to have been to take a written product and try to you know converted into a visual medium and and you didn't use that for their own purposes perhaps educate more people about what the report said I don't see the big accomplish that goes back I think the case for impeachment took several steps back speak with Matt Michael B. act president of Potomac strategy group also hosts a podcast called mac on politics or talk about the molar testimony on Wednesday why is it I I know a lot of people have said this why did Mister Muller seem to be on aware of his own report at times what's that about it's a great question yeah I don't know the answer he's obviously been through thank you rolling months he's not a young man named served the country said the military certainly government ID maybe just slowing down all the other possibility which is is not mutually exclusive as some of the team and yeah his repentance and his investigators as prosecutors a lot of room to maneuver and and read different areas and come to conclusions I mean if you watch that hearing you know do you have any confidence that mall road is on report or even really knows much about what's in it I it's hard and take that conclusion and honestly but for this hearing I think most people probably thought he was in control and that he would deserve the right to lead this medication given his record the thing to me what's really striking here as this all could have been avoided no press conference a month ago or six weeks ago and said I don't want to testify my report is my testimony if I'm asked that the five I'm subpoenaed I'm not gonna outside the report he was basically sending a signal to Democrats who were so interested in having him testify that this is not going to be good for you and they decided not to he would advise on that side push forward and the net result of this again is the Democrats are trying to move public opinion the direction of impeachment but they were trying to get married well beyond the four corners report will jailed if they were trying to move towards impeachment and make the political case that according to the gentle failed and so now I think the one that matters now our lives the I. G. that beat us our generals is complaining which is going to go into areas that mall refused to talk about the origins of the investigation FISA warrants the accuracy and the guy with the together that is going to be another she was gonna drop and I think it's going to undermine the mother report and investigation when its released next at three four five weeks ice I read something that said Jerry Nadler could be in trouble now as chair of the house Judiciary Committee because it looks like he might not to be able to deliver let's say I'd be anything more concrete or perhaps an impeachment what's your sense on that yeah it's a good question because Nadler has actually been more aggressive the more sordid and I'm believing it's time to go over the page and then this is bad speaker Nancy Pelosi and other members of leadership is kind of gone beyond and I'm sure that some of the other committee chairs and the speaker have gone out of their insurance medical just a couple days ago about how folks on the last and Democratic Party in the dates are really deeply frustrated that the oversight and investigations the Democrats are leading are really going no where honestly this is what's so interesting about the position hello Suzanne she may actually need to begin the training course if you don't access to witnesses and she's been unable to get access to the documents thanks Matt meant Kobe act president of Potomac strategy group fifteen minutes now after the.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"This is your life. This is we are this you will become at the end of the day. And after all is said and done you can call yourself. A man glad to be doing. Another ask me anything always excited. You ama. To beautiful thing. Right. Yeah. It is. That's like the highlight of my week. Let's pretty sad with each. These are great conversations that I know. That's true. So it's it's good good. Really good. Good. Well, let's get to a man. We'll just jump right into it today. Guys, if you're tuning in for the very first time, and it's likely that you are because Kipp, I don't know. I don't think I told you this, but the exponential growth that we've seen inside of this podcast over the past three four five weeks has just been incredible. So I know there's a lot of new guys tuning in for the first time. And this might be the very first episode that they're tuning in for. And I'm sorry that they have to hear you on the very first episode of. Or it could be possible that all they know about is the a, and they don't even know about the other shows because this is the most popular one now, maybe, and they might think that I'm your co host as opposed to you being mine. I don't know there could be all sorts of confusion here. Do you want to read the first question? Maybe. We have a good time guys. Anyway, glad you're tuning in. If you don't know what this is all about on that on that note, we are fielding questions from our Facebook group from our patriotic count, which is patriotic dot.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Game planning and it's it's hard to do so by teaching. That in concept fashion Guys like Jeremy. Curly and Kelvin Benjamin not only, know maybe what the ax is doing or. What disease is doing they know x y and z. Because they're viewing the whole play in its entirety I guess similar to the way a quarterback because you'll get it and you'll go concepts and and. The quarterback will start calling Stephan the players know what's going, to guys run for that spot because they want to be the guy And I got I I want to be the guy that takes that It seems, evident to me the table is not a guy who wants the opponent knowing where his, number one receivers lining, up or where this guy might be lining up And to me Debacles variations don't seem to be rooted. Only in volume he wants to create unpredictability tempo just by the way he lines people up right in different places. Or indifferent formations that's the other way. To do it it might be the, same play call but the formations completely different and who's in those spots. Is, completely different also it only put it not only puts pressure on the defense. That you're attacking it puts pressure on them schematically they've got gotta know who's, lining up where but then they also have to understand that sometimes even though, the pl- this the receivers, are all jumbled that formation is something, they've seen before but it's a confusing because it's different guys is the same three guys at. The different spots and it doesn't click as to being the same formation. That they run that's. Very common thing that's really at a lot of, levels of football Where you use the same formation but with different personnel to get different matchups now you've got Charles clay running that running the the. Route out of the slot rather than Jeremy curly or vice versa and and you can get match ups that way. As well so it's really it's complicated. I mean it is a mishmash recipe, and kind of a it's a solution rather than a mixture you just. Wonder, how long it's gonna take for that to really kind of gain traction where. It's being executed consistently because the history has shown when you have an offense, that's coming in it's gonna take three four five weeks of regular season football, before it's really kind of, starting to gel and click there's that, consistent execution series after series week after week which is why I find I found that the. Last thing I mentioned in this piece to be one of the more. Interesting ones for debacle. And we and how many times have bills fan Seeing this with the, patriots the, the patriots don't convert on a third-down play Brady. Russia's them up to the line they run a sneak one yard convert the fourth, down new set of downs and off they. Go I mean we've seen that on TV number of times against the bills and a whole host of other teams and. I think debacle with the time in his career that he. Spent in New, England knows. The value, of that and so I'm fully anticipating a lot, of temple variations in his scheme through. The course of a game now here's the only caveat to that again we're talking about a new offense coming in and some green quarterbacks of experience on the field so how much tempo. Variation we're gonna see, in, the first half of the season maybe not a whole lot unless he's convinced we go. Fast on this team we're gonna kill him it's though, to change your tempo than. It is to make Xs knows adjustments because tempos just you know let's go a little faster and do some things you don't have to really dissect the guys quarterback I think all. That much more he. Just has to go a little faster not huddle up that sometimes it's an easier adjustment than, than say, listen we're gonna do this out of a different. Formation with different personnel and talking to Kelvin Benjamin You know he's convinced they're going to run it pretty fast I'm, wondering if he's saying that based on what he saw in practice in the. Spring where I think debut was purposely running it fast, to kind of make them think quickly so any to match game speed, a little bit more because in practice it's. Very hard to match that exact tempo and get to gain speed. Speeds I'm wondering if he's just running it fast in practice. Or if he does intend to step..

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Financials kinda comatose you look at the exile left one two three four five weeks sitting onto the fifty day but above the two hundred day they were definitely stronger earlier today till the market got kicked in the teeth but the how's that so we remain in the soup okay we remain in the soup and the soup can last the while you do know that right you do know that the snp kinda sorta topped out in december fourteenth in really didn't break out till november of sixteen right with a couple of ugly drops in between in september fifteen and firstquarter sixteen you do these things could happen i'm not saying we're going to get the same thing eighteen to twenty four months of nothing this question remember we had a strong move from the an out of that sometimes you get get long consolidations and it's a pain in the rear so for that's what we're still in my thoughts have not changed ping pong but underneath the ping pong we will find view all the areas and man they were less than style with the last couple of days that said massive amount of earnings to come out in the next two three weeks and we'll get a little bit more detail to take the negative side of just giving the earth if at any time we break the two hundred day moving average when we're not close right now well three percent two percent three percent and after that break the lows that we saw in february and early april i am telling you under no uncertain terms i think hell will break loose i say that because we have not had a darn good one in a long time and i'm pretty sure that'll be how do i explain it best that would be the institutional crowd the big money crowd the hedge funds the mutual funds the funds of funds and all that crap that'll be them giving way which will lead to believe intense selling now i am not saying it's going to happen but i just have to put it out there based on the fact that we're way overdue and everybody keeps telling me about the twenty percent growth but we're not there and we held pretty good so far but the last couple of days and look yesterday i thought something was up with those semis then we come in.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And now all the analysts are coming out and lowering the guidance today earnings sales the works apple down now apple reports may i and i don't think they're worried about what they're gonna report i think there were gonna worry about what's the come that's the story on apple and definitively a huge influence and the apple suppliers are getting mauled semiconductors not so you know as i mentioned if you look at the semiconductor group sox socks that's back at the april lows of come straight down your now tracing out the rocky mountains i am all my nickname so things when you start seeing the rocky mountains on a chart that's not good you know you get a mountain and it's not as big and then you've got bigger mountain comes down and then you get these jagged moves up and down but it makes mountains it's usually not good and that's what the semiconductor index looks like and again it's very important to our work and that is not good news simple as that you look at the snp the snp did finish below the fifty day moving average today just by a smidge it doesn't mean the end of the world but the weight of the evidence a lot of these other areas starting to you know the dow finished below the fifty day moving average also by smidge nasdaq finished below the fifty day moving average bias mitch and by the way they were above the fifty day by a smidge and the same for the nasdaq one hundred the transports which had a strong two two out of three days this week more like a normal little pullback so far we'll let you know as it moves forward the finance kind of kobe toast you look at the xl left one two three four five weeks sitting under the fifty day but above the two hundred day they were definitely stronger earlier today until the market got kicked.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on WEEI

"I had to go in there and i told them it's a clean slate duty eagleton throw the ball wall i'll talk about it if you go out there in africa child i'll talk a buyer i saw you trolling uh a price lessknown trolling i would love to sit down and ask him but drills stuff about lake wh where argue right now i'd love to do that i love to do that with poor shallow i love to do that with the joy and try to clear samir but you know whether or not i don't know i story i don't think they wanna do that and the you know how it works with spring training we're going to get the cheerios most the city of nice interaction stuff with the media of the entire season here in the next few days this is what happens first week of spring training everybody's positive everybody's looking at the sharp it right but you don't what happen icl of what the epa three four five weeks in the spring training you don't get that that that all changes and then they get back here and then you start if you start losing and when you play sixty twogame flew you're going through a losing streak at some point you could be the greatest team in the world you're going to go through what it's real simple i'm just say when you go to break critical really colbert that that the key one that everybody wants to find out that this is the last year that price is obligated to the red sox he has an optout at the edwin next season at the end of this season he was asked about it we will let you hear is answer coming up next dale and holly with which keith assault expands and their knowledge and near recall in their whipped we want paul pierce to we me paul it's a really good in and after the game people got it doc came up he got a huge ovation i love this city a love this of what i do i love this city in the thing has i was like.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on KKAT

"To the team's hotel lookie here when one who'll when the one dude was tortured to death for allegedly lifting a propaganda poster in north korea that's a horror it's a nightmare and a crime against all human rights these guys shoplifted is long as china treats them with dignity and and within their justice system then face the consequences you go to a foreign country representing your school and you decide that steel some louis vitton stuff and you get positive for shoplifting well enjoy the chinese justice system i guess we see how it goes yet see any need to you for the president to make some tearful plea to get him off though absolutely john lifting boss absolutely not you committed a crime now the chinese system it could be a month until they even right down the charges they'll keep him in jail and figure out what the charges are and often it takes you know uh three four five weeks looks like did he is had another change your heart he now wants you'd know he was just joking when he said he wanted to change is named brother love well ladies and gentlemen today they have come to the conclusion that you can play around with the internet due tool overwhelming response from the media out there and is due to they're not wanting to be any confusion rose only joking okay in changed my name is just part of one of my whole to egos all right that's enough of that when you see the all now with plan daddy did e p diddy thing that was all a joke too so this latest one was indistinguishable from the other joke so go away his tried to clear the air once again is a threat your news i marshall full of camp strung getty show the voice of the west why did donna brazile once shunned hilmi effing kill the fing done the stay tune for that story for anti foul rhetoric check in on the latest greatest with.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"They handed go for they had to go with the tedium and give navy credit navy made plays where they had to air force had him in a fourth in three navy converts they had navy on a third and ten navy converts another thirddown navy converge they threw a touchdown pass something they don't like to do they don't like to throw the you have to give navy credit but since that time they have found a way to keep battling keep fighting and they don't get down on themselves of the resiliency is really remarkable now it takes a while to get going especially the defense i think steve ross's run out hair to pull out of his head because of that but once they do last week the held see issued one hundred nine yards total offense i think in the entire secondhalf part of the reason was a run on the feel that much lucy issue offense so they find a way no i talk about that that defense i remember maybe troy told you this or maybe said at ones weekly press conferences he really felt like this defense atta replace so many guys was going to be much better a month into the year than they are at the beginning you point out what they were able to do against csu you look at the point totals in their non 85 bears by any stretch of the imagination what have they but they've done enough over the pass three weeks what is that enough that they do now that they did didn't do three four five weeks ago well i'll tell you what they're still doing they're still giving up monster touchdown plays when you go back and look they've given up i wanna say twelve or thirteen touchdowns this year where the touchdown.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on 1A

"That we talk about and how some leaders in our party talk about it but i do think were moving in the right direction nancy pelosi still rings a good deal of firepower with her leadership she's a tremendous fundraiser and we're seeing that play out on our behalf but at the same time i do think we need younger newer faces m a lot of the people who have come in the congress need to move up into leadership positions and i think leader pelosi has done that to it to a certain regard but there just you know one in the modern day politics when you spend a billion dollars trying to trash the democratic leadership at some point it sticks because leader pelosi's raising money defending the candidates in those districts she's not defending herself so it's not fair as to where her ranking stand right now but it is an issue that i think we need to continue to be aware of but having said that i think with donald trump has done in the last three four five weeks is beginning of the end for the republican party i mean you're starting to see member senators peel off and go against trump he's not accomplished anything that he said he was going to accomplish in fact he's not even advocating for the things that he came to ohio and talked about he talked about expanding health care he talked about a big jobs bill and in both instances he's fail he's taken people off of their healthcare both republican bills have thrown twenty plus million people off of their healthcare and there's no jobs program at all and more it's looking like they're going to try to pass a tax build it's not going to be good for the economy either so i understand let me let me go to alanon opponent other because i because maybe if your point about donald trump is well taken i wonder if that's a concern for some republicans who were strategizing about the next election.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Triple witching friday 85 dollar break out ninety five bucks one two three four five weeks nice pretty dorin other areas of the market just oils that stole not much going on there the oil refiners bestof after that just really aid happening how will let you know if that changes it's definitely off the lows but still though leadership they are accept the view those names legend greet across the board in the retail not big green but green and it's been pretty much the water stuff as i mentioned transports better day nor focused other jp haunt that ex delta dollar gainers or more of big losers today i will tell you is the biotech cell gene down fourteen i think there was on earnings that a drug thank you at weakness and some of the food drug beverage tobacco household products the consumer staples little weakness of the restaurants but not much of and gold and that's the antimarket if the market started setting down by the gold that's that's basically what's going on at next bear market if we ever have what again by gold simple as that moves that day i'm sure we can find the few we'll start with a downside because i'm sure that short sell genes dealt thirteen 122 that's a big breakthrough the downside magenta rod that eleven biogen doubt almost seven split after well boston beer fourth test lift four we'll see when the tesla reports they lost is how the market takes a three a more equal next year's wanted the dow proctor and gamble down three thirty eight big break down today on that one autozone a rally automotive both threes in so wished children place again as we told you be careful about retail loved to aboard lending trai kimberlyclark poor ox sharjah appeals see schlumberger j foul modern industries that that's really it on the downside on the new york nasdaq though excuse me are the upside and i gather we'll have a few more names to talk about a price slide eleven attitude of surgical up ten was down seven on the open on their earnings reports looks like at once the bust out again cut a right that one down has license fee as much of that at last seeing symbol team almost.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Cold commending you don't feel better vo and once again to invest edge thanks for being with us today all right other areas in the market today us semiconductors with down finished up nicely nvidia some announcement up three mike rob witschge just reported earnings recently up another dollar today so another decent day for the semis and to be blunt semis and financials semis and financials continue to watch them as leadership of the market they up not wavered the financials got in trouble held major supports and soon as yields on the long and started rallying yields up the financial started moving up on top of that recently the transports that were relatively weak have had a good one two three four five weeks some attributed the hurricanes who knows just let you know the small caps which are week as all heck on a relative basis still overall but they even gone to new highs as a lot of small banks are involved in the small cap indices the industrials that's the xl ally and whatever names are underneath broke out at sixty nine and a half seventy one eighty so they're getting good recently i told you look like the airlines with turning up united airlines made some comments today up three bucks other airlines up decently today so it is spreading out a little bit this still forty percent of the market that's really on the crappy side forty percent of the market still on the crappy side so she's stick with the sixty maybe a little bit better than sixty right now we've been telling you the sector's now we head into earning season bunch of financials are going to be reporting this week a ton next week and the week after i am very interested in sink with overbought little frothy too much bullish conditions used the word extend that also how things react to numbers every day we will be reporting to you names moves reactions numbers guidance especially on the leaders the dow thirty transports and any of the leading group that is out there your job do what we do yes it you'll lie in the weeds you hang out you wait for the.

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"three four five weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"three four five weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Mm yeah investors highly recommended you don't feel better you thought what what is get through was edge thanks for being with us today all right other areas the market today us semiconductors with down finished up nicely nvidia some announcement up three mike rob which just reported earnings recently are up another dollar today so another decent day for the semis and to be blunt semis and financials semis and financials continue to watch them as leadership of the market they have not wavered the financials got in trouble held major supports and soon as yields on the long and started rallying yields up the financial started moving up on top of that recently the transports that were relatively weak had that a good one two three four five weeks some attributed the hurricanes who knows just let you know the small caps which are a week as all on a relative basis still overall but they even gone to new highs as a lotta small banks are involved in the smallcap indices the industrials that's the xl ally and whatever names were underneath broke out at sixty nine a half seventy one eighty so vera getting good recently i told you look like the airlines were turning up united airlines made some comments today up three bucks other airlines up decently today so it is spreading out a little bit this still forty percent of the market that's really on the crappy side forty percent of the market still on the crappy side so stick with the sixty maybe a little bit better than sixty right now we've been telling you the sector's now we head into earning season bunch of financials are going to be reporting this week a ton next week and the week after i am very interested in sink with overbought little frothy too much bullish conditions use the word extend that also how things reacts to numbers every day we will be reporting to you names moves reactions numbers guidance especially on the leaders the dow thirty the transports and any of the leading group that is out there your job do what we do is it you'll lie in the weeds you hang out you wait for the reports seen the.

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