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Investors Deserve Better
My mission is simple: to make you money.
Relying exclusively on Wall Street and the financial media for investment advice can limit your perspective and probably your investment opportunities and potential for success. Just look at some of the headlines from the past couple years:
“Sam Bankman-Fried doles out credit lines to save crypto institutions. He’s the new JP Morgan” Jim Cramer 6/22/22 Twitter
“Cathie Wood’s 40% Return Prediction Draws Rebuke After Ark’s Rough Year” Bloomberg 12/20/21
“SEC Alleges $100 Million Stock Manipulation Scheme Via Social Media” MarketWatch 12/14/2022
“The King of SPACs Wants You To Know He’s the Next Warren Buffett” Bloomberg 2/12/2021
“BlackRock’s Fink Says He’s Stopped Using ‘Weaponized’ term ESG” Reuters 6/26/23
“Is ESG Profitable? The Numbers Don’t Lie. Corporations that remain neutral on social and political issues outperform companies that lean left.” Wall Street Journal 3/10/23
Investors deserve better than this. I’m here to level the playing field.
Investing should be about making money. Now it seems focused on having a globally diversified portfolio tailored to your risk tolerance and financial goals, measured against some benchmark. Buying stocks or ETFs that focus on ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) metrics is now more important than buying stocks that focus on running their businesses.
Follow the money; the reason for this isn’t because that’s a better way. Investors can and should expect better. To do better requires education, but unfortunately the logical places to go to get educated about money and markets have largely failed.
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