Brady Nelson

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StreetWiseThe Premier Investment Letter for ContrariansMake money the wise way by learning how to read current investor psychology and take out-of-consensus positions when the crowd is very in the wrong.StreetWise is a newsletter for independent investors who think for themselves, distrust the big Wall Street firms, and value the power of betting against the grain.Sign up and receive weekly actionable insights, deep analysis of price movement and trends, and entertaining macro assessments from our team of free-thinking investors.If you value your independence and want to profit from the madness of crowds, StreetWise is the perfect fit.“Mimicking the herd invites regression to the mean.”That’s billionaire investor and Berkshire Hathaway co-founder Charlie Munger commenting on how most people invest.They see limp returns because they don’t want to make decisions. They’re scared to be wrong, and so they’re almost never right.Most investors follow the herd. They seek the average. If you want exceptional returns, you need to be the exception to the herd and, sometimes, bet against it.Our team of traders and investors have decades of combined experience making money by betting against the crowd. They learned from their years on Wall Street that the big firms tend toward consensus, and that when the consensus is wrong there are fortunes to be made…Here’s how your subscription to StreetWise will set you apart:Weekly insights into current price trends along with solid fundamental analysis to identify deep value and overlooked opportunities the crowd is missing
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Where will you turn if you have no principles?We see it time and again: a bubble inflates or bursts and millions of average investors seeking average returns either miss out or go down with the crowd. Why? Because they had no principles to guide their thinking. They were just doing what everyone else was doing.They were seeking confidence in numbers, and it cost them.Most investing newsletters are no different. They ask you to depend on a guru for your decisions instead of the crowd, but here’s a dirty little secret:Most gurus are worse than the herd!They’re barometers for group sentiment rather than free thinkers. They don’t invite criticism, they make fun of it. And when their customers lose big, they disappear.We’re not gurus. That’s why we invite criticism, foster discussion among our members, and act with conviction guided by transparent principles.Set yourself apart from the crowd. Profit when it makes mistakes.Join Now.

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From the Confidence Wealth Management Blog -- Keys to More Successful InvestingA successful investor maximizes gain and minimizes loss. While there’s no guarantee that any investment strategy will be successful and all investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal, here are six basic principles that may help you invest successfully.1. Long-Term Compounding Helps Your Nest Egg GrowPut simply, compounding pays you earnings on your reinvested earnings. The longer you leave your money at work for you, the more exciting the numbers get.For example, imagine an investment of $10,000 at an annual rate of return of 8 percent. In 20 years, assuming no withdrawals, your $10,000 investment would grow to $46,610. In 25 years, it would grow to $68,485, a 47 percent gain over the 20-year figure. After 30 years, your account would total $100,627. (Of course, this is a hypothetical example that does not reflect the performance of any specific investment.)This simple example also assumes that no taxes are paid along the way, so all money stays invested. That would be the case in a tax-deferred individual retirement account or qualified retirement plan. The compounded earnings of deferred tax dollars are the main reason experts recommend fully funding all tax-advantaged retirement accounts and plans available to you.While you should review your portfolio regularly, the point is that money left alone in an investment offers the potential for a significant return over time. With time on your side, you don’t have to go for investment “home runs” to
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2. Endure Short Term Pain for Long Term GainRiding out market volatility is simple, but not easy. If the market goes down on any single day, you could be down a lot on paper.The financial markets are volatile, so this is bound to happen. To stay on track, remember two things:Stay with a diversified portfolio of investments – You’re likely to reduce your risk and improve your opportunities for gain.
Take your time horizon into account when establishing your investment game plan.
For assets you’ll use soon, you may not have the time to wait out the market and should consider investments designed to protect your principal. Conversely, think long-term for goals that are many years away.
During any given period of market or economic turmoil, some asset categories and some individual investments have historically been less volatile than others.
Bond price swings, for example, have generally been less dramatic than stock prices. Though diversification alone cannot guarantee a profit or ensure against the possibility of loss, you can minimize your risk.
3. Spread Your Wealth Through Asset AllocationThe three most common asset classes are stocks, bonds, and cash or cash alternatives such as money market funds. You’ll also see the term “asset classes” used to refer to subcategories, such as aggressive growth stocks, long-term growth stocks, international stocks, government bonds (U.S., state, and local), high-quality corporate bonds, low-quality corporate bonds, and tax-free municipal bonds.A basic asset allocation would likely include at least stocks, bonds (or mutual funds of stocks and bonds), and cash or cash alternatives. There are two main reasons why asset allocation is important:The mix of asset classes you own is a large factor, maybe even the biggest factor, in determining your overall investment portfolio performance.
By dividing your investment dollars among asset classes that do not respond to the same market forces in the same way at the same time, you can minimize the effects of market volatility while maximizing your chances of return in the long term.
Ideally, if your investments in one class are performing poorly, assets in another class may be doing better. Any gains in the latter can help offset the losses in the former and help minimize their overall impact on your portfolio.4. Consider Your Time HorizonConsider how quickly you might need to convert an investment into cash without loss of principal (your initial investment). Generally speaking, the sooner you’ll need your money, the wiser it is to keep it in investments whose prices remain relatively stable.You want to avoid a situation, for example, where you need to use money quickly that is tied up in an investment whose price is currently down.If you need the money within the next one to three years, you may want to consider keeping it in a money market fund or other cash alternatives whose aim is to protect your initial investment.Your rate of return may be lower than that possible with more volatile investments such as stocks, but you’ll breathe easier knowing that the principal you invested is relatively safe and quickly available, without concern over market conditions on a given day.Conversely, if you have a long time horizon you may be able to invest a greater percentage of your assets in something that might have more dramatic price changes but that might also have greater potential for long-term growth.5. Dollar Cost Averaging: Investing Consistently and OftenDollar cost averaging is a method of accumulating shares of an investment by purchasing a fixed dollar amount at regularly scheduled intervals over an extended time.When the price is high, your fixed-dollar investment buys less. When prices are low, the same dollar investment will buy more shares. To maximize the potential effects of dollar cost averaging, assess your ability to keep investing even when the market is down.An alternative to dollar cost averaging would be trying to “time the market,” to predict how the price of the shares will fluctuate in the months ahead so you can make your full investment at the absolute lowest point. However, market timing is generally unprofitable guesswork. The discipline of regular investing is a much more manageable strategy, and it has the added benefit of automating the process.6. Buy and HoldYour portfolio’s long-term success will depend on periodically reviewing it. Maybe economic conditions have changed the prospects for a particular investment or an entire asset class. Also, your circumstances change over time, and your asset allocation will need to reflect those changes.ConclusionThese six keys create a solid foundation for successful investing, but if you want extraordinary returns you need to work with extraordinary people.As experienced financial professionals, we help clients like you figure out the best retirement plan for their situation, so that when they’re ready they can retire gracefully with peace of mind.Please connect with us and let us help you plan for your dream retirement. We would be delighted to go on the journey with you.

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At the Founders Go Here website - Go Here… Because we’re here for is a resource for entrepreneurs, created by entrepreneurs.In a world of exponentially expanding information, it’s never been more important to pick out the good advice from the bad; the right analysis from the pretentious; and, the exciting ideas from the over-hyped conventional thinking.We are a team of researchers, writers, and founders who dive into that vast ocean of information and surface with the facts and guidance that entrepreneurs need most.We read everything we possibly can, listen to the pertinent podcasts, participate in online forums, and personally talk to budding and leading founders every day.Our goal: break things down in simple terms, explain how things work in the startup world, and level the playing field – especially for people who feel outside of the typical startup culture.For Entrepreneurs, By An EntrepreneurDiane Prince co-founded her first company with nothing but advice from a book called How to Start a Temp Agency for Dummies and another book (whose name she can’t remember) about how to write a business plan.From there, she and her co-founder created a successful niche staffing agency that they sold to a public company in a deal worth $28 million.Diane then went on to co-found and found 7 companies in the areas of recruitment tech, staffing, vendor management, and direct-selling women’s fashion.So, she really knows the value of good information and advice and knows what founders need to understand to succeed!Upon exiting her last company, Diane began consulting with early-stage small businesses and startups, assuming operational roles such as Head of Sales and Head of Operations.But she wanted to do more for a wider group of entrepreneurs. So, in 2020 she launched her business coaching practice with the vision of making entrepreneurship easier for anyone who wants to start a company.As a coach, Diane was able to serve more founders at the same time. Instead of having one or two clients as a hands-on consultant, she could work with 10-15 founders simultaneously, as well as conduct several one-time founder consultations per week.Having helped so many people bring their ideas to life throughout this process, she realized she wanted to help even more founders and entrepreneurs.So Diane created so she could help as many people as possible realize their business dreamsHere at Founders Go Here, we share information, tips and guidance that will help you learn the critical skills and access the most efficient tools and services required to grow your business.We share insights and expertise across three major areas that are crucial for all startups and early-stage businesses:Hiring and Managing. Where can you find the best virtual assistance and technical staff? What tools will enable you to manage your team most efficiently and effectively? How to find a co founder? The answers to these questions and more are here.
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Three years ago, I took my skills as a screenwriter and storyteller into copywriting. I learned to apply my unique skills in the world of financial copywriting from some of the best, including Tom Ruwitch of Story Power Marketing. I've loved helping financial firms help new customers ever since.If you'd like to work with me, use the contact button below to email me or visit