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01:53 min | 7 months ago

"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"So when you're you you you put that in perspective. When are these best returning days? Typically it's during a period of market upheaval. You know so it during this period Six of those best trading days occurred between the two thousand Tech Bust and the financial crisis so it it from an emotional standpoint. It's so easy for people to say I'm going to sell out here because the market's going to do this and then I'll get back in and I'll be better off but if you're off just a day you know it just it. It's a big. It hurts because you don't know when the returns are GonNa come you don't know when they're gonNA come and owning dividend paying stocks. Let you stay in the game. You know we wouldn't own any of the stocks in our portfolio. We didn't think eventually the price would go up in the stocks Detroit But our clients are getting paid a dividend while we wait for that. So we're able to stay in the game. We go in a sense. It doesn't matter if it goes up right away or not. Right could go down. It can go down And but you're still getting paid that dividend and if it goes down maybe it's an opportunity to add more stock but when we get that question a lot especially from people were meeting with early on how you all react in times of you market turbulence and the answer is sometimes we do nothing. Right honestly. We'RE NOT GONNA. Try to tyler because the long term the chances of making that timing spot on our very low Linda none. Let's take a break here. It is the Tom Depre- show it's news radio six thirty. Wip.

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24:25 min | 1 year ago

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08:00 min | 1 year ago

"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Other say the mistake was wrong back on the Tom Depre- show changed just on that didn't do any money still doing some old soul classics yeah expressway to your heart horns in their the big island so far I liked his album. Joe's idol is with blackstone. It's a company that we own some some stock in and he says that sovereign sovereign bonds are set to soon join a list of long long list of historical bubbles. What's that all about so you look back in history and he starts this off saying to bulbs Dutch east India Trading Company Japanese real estate tech stocks and US US housing and he said what what all these having common are bubbles I was reading a little side note reading on the the Tulip Mania was back in like sixteen thirties just pretty interesting what happened like Bitcoin I it was a bitcoin? Anna Tulips the flowers just became a hot commodity and people were paying some accounts. You know ten Tom uh-huh their annual wages for Tulip Bulb because it kept going higher kept going higher and everybody knew it wouldn't ever go down and then it crashed but what he's drawing the parallel with is a bonds currently so looking looking so a year ago the tenure. US Treasury yield at three point two percent and today negative yielding bonds total over sixteen trillion dollars dollars but you're still having more and more inflows into. There's a lot of demand out there so you look at the justification sophistication for that today well you know there's this going on this that going on but in all of the bubbles you think back just recently to the housing housing bubble will houses. Don't go down in price. You know that's just the way things are now. People are saying well negative rates are normal and his his point on this is any if there's ever any doubt you can see when a bubbles forming is people start. Stop questioning and if it's actually a if it's going to happen because they just assume that it always has to be like this so with with negative unyielding bonds there's three ways that people can lose money so you have lost principal when the investments held to maturity less purchasing power due to the effects of inflation and the opportunity cost relative to investment returns that actually have a positive return but you look at over the last two years. There's a security surety and the price is doubled over the last two years and this isn't a tech stock or a a new Meat Company. You know this is the one hundred year Austrian government bond. The price of it is doubled price of it has doubled doubled over the last two years. This is something that you know. This is not a company. That's something this is just speculation and global global demand for particular asset class so one hundred year Austrian bond has doubled in price over the last two years. This is is not normal not normal at all. you look back to December everybody knew rates were going higher semper and you saw the market pricing that in air by the markets knew that that was going to happen and now we're in an environment where everybody knows who's that rates are going lower yeah and it's just things can change so quickly in the market and he's Ah he's making the point that this trade can reverse very quickly right so for that for the investor out there there if you're owning bonds or bond funds that own these things in it that trade can unravel of all and you can have the price decline rapidly during that time and you know the he he makes the point with ETF outflows outflows can magnify that price discrepancy there yeah so what you have to be careful of of is reaching for yield. Yes yeah with following something that they're not even reaching for yield. They're reaching for price price appreciation. That's going to go even higher right. It's like a tulip bulb. That's I know yield involved as anymore right exactly so your bond sounds with no yield and like you said it's just all speculation on the right price going higher. It's pushed the price of other kinds of bonds on tire to all kinds of bonds. It has it's it's the the overflow if you will you know what once one one area gets so expensive it moves the either longer duration bonds in this case or lower quality bonds right so in the high yield world markets. You're seeing companies that would normally have you know probably a four or five percentage point higher yield trading much lower yeah and yield terms which means the prices a lot higher with It'll be interesting to see how it on one's you know these companies some of the high yield companies some of them may be wouldn't be here if yields warrant as low as they are right now when this unwinds they've got a refinance this debt. If they have a maturity coming up right maybe they can maybe they can't some of them and the price of them hasn't gone up like the one we got a right right and that's worrisome which is why we got out. We took we took we are interested in got on down the road. That's right as the price at and moved you know we can let somebody else worry about if now roll the dead or not so on top of that the US is talking about issuing a fifty year treasury bond. I say more power to 'em it makes perfect sense formed do it when there's this much demand for long duration they should do it. I think it'll it'll lower borrowing costs. Yeah you know if they can roll some other debt into lower yield and lock it in for fifty years ears. Make sense yeah makes a lot of sense. The Treasury said it was considering exploring the possibility of issuing debt with maturities beyond on thirty years. We think there's some demand for it said Steven Mnuchin the treasury secretary so anyway see what happens yeah stay.

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"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"On the when you're investing testing a trite stay with us. You're listening to the Tom Depre- show with Mike Johnson. It's newsradio Six thirty p twenty twenty collection fast-approaching. Donald trump is wrong about everything the dialogue socialism capitalism and the discourse Bhagat join join the conversation right here newsradio six thirty W. L. A. P. Five this. Is Tom Debris of depre- financial group frequently. I hear from people O- On meet that say oh I've heard you on the radio and I've been planning to set an appointment with you. Let me say to all of you to whom this applies call us now. There are several good things that happen when you set an appointment with us but the main one is that you're no longer in the dark about your finances we give you lots of information about your accounts completely free and without obligation also we let you know in no uncertain terms. If we think you are on a good track for retirement or not we are a candidate handed guide to all of our clients and prospects. We tell you the truth or free. No obligation review of your retirement investments call us at depre- financial at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred also listened to the Tom to pre show on Saturdays at seven to nine. AM At newsradio six thirty pay hey that's depre- financial group eight five nine two three three zero four hundred six thirty wwl AP mm-hmm because.

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"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"You knowing if you can stomach the next big markets swing by jason's tell investor if you ask a questionnaire if i ask you a questionnaire whether you're afraid of snakes you might say no. I know if i throw a live snake in your lap and then you ask if you're afraid of snakes. You'll probably say yes if you ever talked to me again. Investing is like like that on a bland hypothetical quiz. It's easy to say you buy more stocks of the market fell ten or twenty percent or more in a real market crash. I should a lot harder to step up and by so actually cracks me up a little bit if i throw a lot of thinking your lap mask if you're afraid yeah you you know this is this happens every single day in the fact that you know when you go and you take a quiz and yeah you know i've got this much risk risk tolerance and you know the the advisor on the other side is left to build out the portfolio based on this quiz and he's going going off of this quiz or the remainder of your all's relationship. We don't do quizzes now now. <hes> that's that's. That's not something we do this is this is what i wanted to tell you about what we do pre financial <hes>. We don't do quizzes as we actually sit down and talk with you. We go over kind of where you're at in life. What you're what you're looking at but the flipside what is it goes back to the throwing the snake in your lap. You know if you are educated on what you own. It makes it a lot easier to own it. If if i've talked to you and said hey this is what you own. This is why you own it. This is why we bought it this what it does for you then you can go okay this you can you can go through this in your head head and logically come to it's going to be okay yeah because ultimately at some point in every stocks life there will be about volatility yes but if you own a good company that does something on a consistent basis you know that produces reduces consistent prophets then if the market goes down you know brat drags everything down with it well at this point as we were talking about in the liquidity event you've now got opportunity to buy something cheaper price but the only way you can step up and buy something cheaper price. Ice is if you feel comfortable doing it. You know it's not like the alma throw a snake in your lap. It's one of those. Are you afraid of snakes. Why have a snake here but he's not poisonous. We cut his fangs out. He's actually a little slimy and slithery. He's actually very friendly. I'm going to hand him to you. You'd like or if not you can just pet him a little bit. You know that's why. I feel like you know i'm making this. I'm taking this analogy to the next level but this is where you need to have an adviser that communicates with knows about snakes exactly yeah yeah i mean i killed one this summer. I don't like snakes but i'm not afraid of them. <music> but what i was saying this is where you need to have an adviser that no snakes but but knows you and knows you and no snakes and dan knows your poor and knows your portfolio no i you're invested in banks because and talks to you because that's where long-term investment success really comes from you know i it you do your homework but at the same time you have to have a level of ease about it level of security knowing that things are going to be okay and that doesn't come from oh you know trust. Tom pre to do the right thing and i'm just going to hand you my money and walk away yeah. Those people make me nervous exactly they they. They don't wanna know about their where their money is. They're interested in having nice returns and no problems but they don't follow what they're doing very closely. That's that's where if you have good communication. You know you don't you don't allow for certain mistakes to happen right. Stay with <music> this. You're listening to the tom depre- show it's newsradio.

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Adding insult to injury by liquidating stocks when the market is down. If you were thronged long from your portfolio regularly to cover living expenses he may be permanently eroding your principle. Wouldn't you rather just use income. We can can show you how for no cost. No obligation meeting with us called the pre financial group at eight five nine two three three zero. Four hundred also be be sure to listen to the tom depre- show saturday from seven to nine a._m. At newsradio six thirty p debbie elliott p dot com you can also find findings on facebook and it depre- financial dot com. That's depre- financial group at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred six thirty wwl a._p. <music> <music> read if i ever make it out glad you see by the rise in some take the dime when the have iran down uh so amazon southern ought auburn turning back. The history never gone back to mustang testing. You got my nail waylon. <hes> feeling free nail on the grass do cannon you make it up to well rose that already all hell broke loose more than at the car jail <music> now flying rodney omar back on the tom appreciate more tenure tucker from her newest album while i live it. It is entitled wa while i'm living y'all. I'm living as opposed to not being with us right which could have happened with or exactly she she was <hes> she was a little wild back in the day. Yeah a lot wild right so back to this discussion shen of climate change and if you want to call in and add something john short. I haven't heard from you in a while. <hes> you can you can call hollis at the radio station. What's number two eight two two eight seven two eight two two eight seven we haven't i had a.

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02:21 min | 1 year ago

"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"He's back on the tom depre- show how to bet on a stock selloff in a surgeon volatility this is there's something we typically do phillips extant but <hes> talk about it a little bit yeah. So you know a lot of people they always we. We were on talk of insurance. They always wanna say you know what's what's the insurance you know wait. Where can i get insurance on my on my portfolio so they talk about they say all vic twenty dollar calls with the near-term outlook for this and p. five hundred index clouded by the risk of presidential tweets potential interest drake cuts and other factors that whip saw equity prices. It's no wonder this call option has become increasingly popular with investors if the stock market tanks the c._b._o. Volatility index or vicks surges the twenty dollar. Call could be a big moneymaker should the market rally and vix this decline because say interest rates are cut or the trade wars settled the calls. Don't cost that much so it's not really a big deal. So what they're saying is that oh you buy calls on the viks. Which is the volatility the fear index and if the market sells off you you know if you get a big sell off in the market. The vix searches <hes> so you know it's back in the fourth quarter of last year. I think it touched forty at one point and what what you're doing is you're selling these calls to be something that goes up in a down market but as everything this is this is insurance basically says the cost of insurance to and what happens if you get you know now nine years again of steady eddie tink tink tink well basically you've lost out on who knows how much however much the options at cost you <hes> you know what i wanted to get from. This is that when you're investing thing for the long run and when you're investing for.

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"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

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03:44 min | 1 year ago

"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Sunk to welcome back to the tom depre- show got hugo. Mike johnson in this morning six occult as great drove the have.

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08:32 min | 1 year ago

"tom depre" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show

"Back on the Tom Depre- show Mike Johnson sitting in. How are you doing wonderful good so we're we're gonNA talk a little bit about the markets and things that happened today U._S.? Stocks close out up to actually this week U._S.. Stocks climbed Friday after a major central banks that set the stage for looser monetary policy major indexes are more than up two percent in July adding to huge gains in June even as worries about the broader U._S. economy continue this week provided another jolt to the market as comments by Federal Reserve drome POW appeared to all guarantee the central bank would cut interest rates as soon as later this month so we saw Nice Movement yesterday and <hes> Nice Moves <hes> the S._N._p.. <hes> for the first time closed above three thousand at closed at three thousand thirteen <hes> the Dow I guess Thursday was the first eight closed above twenty seven seven thousand but it had a nice pop yesterday to twenty seven three thirty two's where the Dow closed yesterday right <hes> but it's it's it's obviously been an interesting year. <hes> you look at <hes> The ten ten year Treasury it close yesterday right at basically to eleven as where it close yield yeah the yield <hes> so I mean the markets it'll be interesting to see what happens <hes> this upcoming week because we're starting to get into earning season so you've had this this pop in the market because you know interest rate speculation what the FEDS GONNA do <hes> and if earnings are strong <hes> then then you could see at the very least kinda holding steady where it is and perhaps you know continue to see see a move you know you never know but but earnings earnings will be interesting. That'll be the determinate in the in the short term especially you know <hes> we saw such volatility in December and so many things bouncing around and since then <hes> since the beginning of the year how much is he s and p a close to twenty percents twenty percent thereabouts yeah somewhere in there right <hes> I guess it bottomed on Christmas Eve and then started moving up after that and <hes> yeah about twenty percent. I think what it's what it's moved up big move right and it was it was just real sharp moved to that was the thing you know. We're talking earlier in the year not trying to time the market <hes> because you'll have something in in in in your mind you know hey it's GonNa go down. Twenty five percent went down twenty percent and if you're trying to time and at that twenty five percent it was just this Sharp v when it shot back up right and you missed out YEP. It's what so important to look Valuations Asians from a company specific steinway individual investors are helping power this year's rally in U._S.. Government debt assigned many remain cautious so you're you're seeing <hes> increase not only in stocks but people are still buying bonds to that's right and I think that's you know that's the wall of worry that the market likes to climb you know people are very since since the financial crisis. <hes> people been skeptical of this market <hes> and it's just that wall a worry typically helps a market move higher and you're still seeing today <hes> This was interesting for the first time since a really since the Treasury Department started <hes> tracking it individual investors investors are on track to buy a majority of the U._S.. Government's newly issued long-term debt this year really yes and so fifty four percent of the debt excluding fed purchases <hes> <hes> has gone to mutual funds individual investors right so there's huge demand out there so you're seeing the wall of worry people concerned about the market but you're also seeing the demographic shift you know the baby boomer's that are entering into retirement. They're increasing their bond positions <hes> and so all these things are coinciding and that's part of the reason that the yielders low is the accuser such demand. Dan and they're still such skepticism in fear out there. You can't live off of treasury bond. I mean there's exactly can't make enough interest off a treasury bond to provide your living expense events that's right and they this article. <hes> gives a kind of an example of that <hes> this lady is <hes> sixty years old lives in California and she said in the long run if yield stay low oh the small amount of income that make from the bond-holdings <hes> could lead her to make quote some changes in her life <hes> which would include moving nearer her sister where the cost of living so reducing <hes> her standard of living because it's we talked about before you know inflation isn't the inflation numbers aren't high but you're seeing a lot of inflation for retirement. It takes more assets to generate the income right need versus ten years ago yeah yeah and that always a concern because the the yield from your investments is the we <hes> amount of income divided by the amount of investment that gives you your percentage yield and <hes> we liked to try to at depre- financial group we like to try to limit the yield that you take from your investments around four percent a year while on a treasury bond. You're not even getting to you barely getting two percent a year right on a ten year you're getting just over two and and with when and you're going out ten years you can have a lot of principle fluctuation right going out that far so when we're building the portfolio you can't have a retirement portfolio. That's all bonds and generate enough to to take so we look in other areas <hes> companies that have long history of paying dividends <hes> and then you combine that you're you're putting together diversified income mm producing portfolio right. I'm so you know deadly was on prior so using the real estate example you know different <hes> pieces of property that are paying rent so that way if if one piece you know something if they're not collecting act and rent for one reason or you've got others that are still doing that. That's true all right. Let's take a break here. It is the Tom Depre- show newsradio six thirty WWL A._p.. Democrat.

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07:30 min | 1 year ago

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02:45 min | 1 year ago

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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02:32 min | 1 year ago

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"For two decades right now. So not a consumption driven economy. Exactly. And that's that's all that's the that's an. Easy thing to gauge statistic you talking about statistics as an easy statistical method, you know, the the job forced shrink about five hundred thousand this past month where they're just they're out of the job market, which indicates the more baby boomers starting to retire, which you know, bodes well for pre-financial group. Even when you're in retirement, guess what? He's still got to consume dry part of the economy. You need you need income, which is what we try to provide with our accounts is we try to invest our council in our clients accounts in such a way that it will produce dividend income to give them the necessary money that they need in order to live and and do business without dipping into their principal without liquidating their principal on, you know, it's it's something that it affects everyone in retirement. And you you gotta you need somebody on those out of the table who's going to be candid and forthright diligent with your portfolio. So give us a call eight five nine two three three zero four. Four hundred you can also look up on Facebook look up on the web. You guys got your Kentucky Derby picks, ready all set nine cutting humor at pick Philip. Honestly, I don't even know the names. I sent I sent fifteen dollars with my father in law. And I said I want seven ten and nineteen five dollars each to show their nineteen there. Yeah. There is a nineteen nineteen is spinoff six teen nineteen previous Turbie winters started with the letter s there you go. How about that? Who you who's your pick Tom Tacitus Tacitus? Okay. So let's go have some fun go. All right. We appreciate you. Listen to us today. Thanks for tune-in. Been listening to Tom depre-, Philip Sexton guy, Hugla, it's the Tom depre- show. It's News Radio six thirty p.

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07:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Com. Six thirty wwl AP. Yeah. She she's she back on the Tom depre- show. Our special guest today is Bob quick, Bob. We really thank you for being on the show today and talking about the things that commerce. Lexington is doing here in this community. Thank you that any honor. You know, what's an honor to have you with all the things that you've done and done to help Lexington. What do you guys want to go with? I think it's important. We talk a little bit about some of the legislative priorities. Pitch on branch. Brought that up right again. I go back to why people come here. Call to place. That's a big deal where again, the redo of Rupp the new convention center, we can go after ninety percent of the conventions that are out there. Whereas right now, we're stuck in that role about sixty percent. That's that's a really big deal here too. But two new hotels downtown the city centre project, but also the trail the town. Branch common trail town branch Commons park. All that. Is it go talk to the young people? I don't have to think more. They get excited. Go talk to any age, folks. Most everybody you talked very excited about it. So I think the community we need to do everything we can collectively when we have those quality of place type initiative, you know, one thing I would throw in there. When Kentucky football is not playing. Well, and people aren't coming to the games. Think of these things that aren't happening in the economy. And when you get people coming to the games, you get the stadium full. You get all the eating out and stuff like that that goes along with that the Kentucky football brand is a big brand. A lot of people don't even think about right. It is big Lou nation. I want to speak to also the leadership trips as it relates to downtown. And what's happening? Thanks to Dr Todd. He was named president. And we were on our annual leadership trip in Michigan. Yes. The university of Michigan Arbour and Arbour. Thank you. And I'll never forget. Dr Todd stood up there and made it talk in. He said where coming downtown. We're gonna bring the university to downtown lexin. You know, y'all think back about that time we were growing away from downtown. He maneuvered that aircraft carrier around buddy. And Kate brought it back on their forget, I was not allowed to ask him to come up and speak because he was noon head really officially taken over you. Right. And all of a sudden, we had a speaker from the university of Michigan talking about this technology Senate was just dunning world renown on and on. And and I'm looking over it Dr Todd, and he is beside himself, and I can just tell he wants to talk and I looked at him. And I pointed the finger and he's like, yeah. Yeah. It he did it was up there. And he says look everybody he goes what they've talked about is true. This is world renowned. We are three times the size of this in Lexington. And we don't even know it, and we got to tell our story. And so he started those trucks on the campus where the private sector and the public the public private leaders would do a walk town and gown peace leave a book. It's heck simple things. You do changed our community right hand left hand. Sometimes doesn't know what's going on Transylvania university. Incredible. Correct eastern Kentucky BC TC. You know, you gotta go on midway university, Georgetown, college on and on and on how blessed we are center college. I mean, I'm leaving somebody. I'm getting big trouble. George state will more absolutely as we are so load without seventy thousand students sixteen thousand graduates year right here at our fingertips, and we and this is a goldmine force. So you take the quality place. You take the talent. That's here. The new alignment of what we're doing with that talent to have those young folks plugged into what's going on you add in all that the research, focus. I mean, you know, a couple years ago, I had a health issue for market cancer center. I'm not here. That's right. And I said I want my family to be where you've got a high in university, Scott, healthcare, it's got research development. And anyway, you just look at what we got. We got the complete story here because we have all the resort. We need a better newspaper. Yeah, we do. And you know, we've talked about that attaboy to round the board room. Should we buy the newspaper? True to avoid that. Talk about something and talk about some the legislative you let's say issues, we gotta tax reform cleanup Bill. That's so a lot of stuff is really move in this next week, but we've got pension reform going on. And there's still a interim committee that continue hold meetings to try to figure out how to solve that. Right. We have to solve the issue and gotta figure out how to do it collectively. So that we all win sports betting is a big issue in the state net. Metering for solar generators is a big issue arbitration agreements adjudge throughout arbitration and mediation, and we'll be the only only state in the nation not to be able to have that implement agreements. So we've got to get that fixed transportation funding hybrid vehicles have been tremendous but gas tax revenues gone way down. We've got a lot of infrastructure. We yes, we do. And then unemployment insurance reform, those are from our standpoint, some of the major issues that we think have to be dealt with if not now in some type special session, but we're hoping in this legislative. So, you know, I quickly go over that those are pages and pages and pages notes of what the issues represent, but they represent a lot in our quality of life in our Bill to have that right? Set of policies to help encourage economic development riding growth, right? There you go. I mean, you know, you're a great spokesman for this this effort that we're doing here in in Lexington Fayette county in and, you know, our business depre- financial group depends on having good strong, employers, building, four one ks and and retirement plans for their employers employees. And I want to say this about Bob before we close, I know we're just about at time that it was March eight two thousand seventeen I was in the state Senate on the house on the floor of the Senate that day. And there was a proclamation read in honor of Bob quick re. Early in his achievements. And a prayer was said for your life when you were battling that cancer. And of course, you survived that he is a cancer survivor. You never. Ching moment. I will never. It's a team sport. We've gotta mayor. Who's our leader? We got mayors judge executives this region. We got private sector leaders. We've got the masses wanting to do the right thing. And we are and we just gotta keep Vince speaking with Bob quick CEO of commerce. Lexington. Stay with us. It's time to pre show. Newsradio six thirty w I p.

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"tom depre" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"tom depre" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"News that rosenstein never threatened anyone in the room with a criminal investigation the officials said the department and bureau officials in the room are all quite clear that the characterization of events laid out here is false adding that rosenstein was responding to the threat of contempt no i'm having a tough time believing the doj on this one he's at a workup right now rosenstein is not in the country or maybe kits back today he's going to request that the house general counsel conduct an internal investigation of these congressional staffers conduct so think about that now he's doing exactly what they say he threatened to do that's kinda scary that's much more than a deteriorating relationship this is a massive breakdown in the system a deputy general does not make subpoena threats lightly and you know other former principal deputy assistant attorney general under the george w bush tom depre said it's hard to tell whether rosenstein was sending a message to back off or whether he was just trying to illustrate how invasive he considered the demands from congress but either way it is a clear signal that the relationship is fractured and it's not clear how things will get repaired so this is the this is where we find ourselves right nobody trusts each other these are people who are conducting very high level investigations are oversight in the case of congress they cannot get the documents they ask for i'll tell you what's gonna blow the lid on all of this or or should will be the inspector general's report tomorrow because in that report there apparently is a very strong case made against james komi the former fbi director a very strong case one that may actually end up being prosecutable meanwhile you have the assistant andy mccabe is now suing the government you're gonna love this one you just can't make this stuff up he's suing fbi the justice department and the i g over his firing lawyers representing mccabe filed a suit against them alleging that they wouldn't give up files connected to his ouster mccabe's lawyers claim that the department of justice has denied their client access to the sought after information out of concern that the documents could be later used against them according to the lawsuit the.

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"tom depre" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"tom depre" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"The mueller the mueller investigation which started over alleged russian collusion and now it's morphed into payments to a porn star what are we watching my friends what are we watching michael cohen is trump's personal lawyer it his office and his apartment were raided today and the information that can be found there what this can be used in the in the already withing investigation to try to find the the the president guilty of something now cohen play the road and aspects of the special counsel investigation into the russian interference and a twenty sixteen presidential election he also recently said he paid a hundred and thirty thousand dollars to the star so what is it that they need to raise for he's already yeah he's a minute to somebody's yeah yeah painter i'm very very disturbed by this we have more people beginning to weigh in on us again this news broke made about lit over hour and a half two hours ago but we have folks beginning to weigh in on this enter saying you know what we're one step closer to the president with this latest action cut number thirty four tom depre ways it that is for sure neil this is highly unusual to say the least i suspect what happened was that muller and his team in the course of their russia investigation ran across heaven source and information that sparked concern that's what led to the referral to the prosecutors in new york that's what led to dan getting executing a search warrant on cohen but this is significantly raises the ante and the whole investigation it's one step closer to the.

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