Greg Bartalos & Steve Curley, CFA: RIA Intel, Boog Powell’s BBQ, and Ponzi Schemes
The Investors First Podcast
Our guest today is Greg Bartalos, Editor in Chief of RIA Intel. He was previously Editor in Chief of Barrons.com and had roles at Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg News and Institutional Investor. In this episode, Greg explains what led Institutional Investor to launch RIA Intel with him leading the charge in Summer 2019, how RIA's can leverage the media to benefit their business, and why he thinks some RIA's didn't properly evaluate the risk of accepting PPP loans. We also discuss some of his recent pieces covering ethical issues in the industry, why the March downturn may unmask ponzi schemes and fraudsters, and why the ability to develop trust with clients is so important for advisors. Our local co-host today is Steve Curley, CIO of WaterOak Advisors and current President of the CFA Society of Orlando. Please enjoy the episode. Follow Greg on Twiter at @gregorianchance or connect to him on LinkedIn here. Follow the CFA Society of Orlando on Twitter at @CFAOrlandoFL
Glenn Clark Radio May 20, 2020 (Jaylon Ferguson, Pat Spencer, Steve Phillips, Rob Long, Boog Powell)
Glenn Clark Radio
Very busy #WouldYouRatherWednesday edition of GCR presented by Glory Days Grill. Would you rather see Mike Tyson come out of retirement to fight a slappy or Michael Jordan activate himself for the rest of the season? Early in Hour 1, former MLB GM/SiriusXM analyst Steve Phillips joined us to discuss why he thinks momentum is shifting towards there being an MLB season, how much losing minor league season will hurt the Orioles and more. Later in Hour 1, we celebrated the release of the new PressBox print edition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Orioles winning the 1970 World Series-Boog Powell joined us to reflect. Early in Hour 2, former Loyola lacrosse star Pat Spencer (Boys' Latin) checked in to discuss his decision to pursue a professional basketball career. At the bottom of Hour 2, we caught up with our friend Rob Long from 105.7 The Fan/MASN to play #WouldYouRatherWednesday, late in Hour 2, SSG Robert Florence joined us to talk about the U.S. Army's Baltimore Battalion getting involved in the E-Sports world and we wrapped the show by chatting with Ravens edge rusher Jaylon Ferguson about the team remaining committed to him and his development this offseason.
Brett and Geoff sat down with Boog Powell to chat about the 1970 World Series team (8:40) and playing with Brooks Robinson (10:52) and Earl Weaver (17:43). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Biography on the great Baltimore Orioles First Baseman, Boog Powell!Career Highlights:He was a 4-time All-Star.He won the American League Most Valuable Player Award (1970).He was an American League Champion with the Orioles in 1966, 1969, 1970 and 1971.He was a World Series Champion twice with the Orioles (1966, 1970).He was the AL Comeback Player of the Year twice (1966, 1975).He led the American League in 1964 with an outstanding .606 slugging percentage.
Opening Day center fielder Boog Powell stops by to talk about competing for a job this spring with his friend Dustin Fowler, meeting his namesake last year and much more. Player’s Choice is a free-form chat with Nick Swisher, who updates us on his life after baseball and what his wife, actress Joanna Garcia, is doing. On Shea Plus, John Shea talks Shohei Ohtani, the A’s lackluster start to the season and the 50th anniversary team and what’s up with the rookie managers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep. 121: Fred Claire, Dallas Keuchel, George Springer, Richard Justice, Charlie Slowes and Boog Powell
On this week's episode, MLB.com's Bill Ladson talks to the man that orchestrated the last Dodgers' World Series Championship team in 1988, Fred Claire. He explains why he acquired Kirk Gibson back in '88 and why this year's team can win it all. (:48) Bill also caught up with Dallas Keuchel and George Springer of the Houston Astros to find out how the team moved from last place into a contender for a title in such a short time. (14:47) MLB.com's Richard Justice joins the show to discuss Alex Cora's chances to fill one of the Major's vacant manager jobs and if Joe Girardi will be back with the Yankees next season. (24:16) The next guest is Nationals radio play-by-play man Charlie Slowes and he breaks down what happened to the team during that NLDS Game 5 loss to the Cubs. (31:52) Finally, former Oriole slugger Boog Powell chats with Bill about his 1970 MVP season and his life after baseball. (44:26)