Whether it’s listening to the radio, podcasts, or watching TV, there seem to be a lot of experts providing investment advice.
So what advice is good advice when it comes to investing our money?
In this episode, Peter Gutekunst is joined by Brian Henrysen to unveil the ins and outs of all things investing. From long-term investment insight to comparing trading versus investing and the difference between fundamental and technical analysis, Peter and Brian shed light on these items to help you leverage your investments and filter the noise of that 24/7 river of information.
Peter and Brian discuss:
- Tips on how to incorporate fundamental and technical analysis within your investments
- What you should know about short and long-term investing
- The role of history when it comes to comparing trading versus investing
- The truth about media-related investment advice
- And more!
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About Our Guest:
Brian Henrysen graduated from the Temple University Fox School of Business with a degree in financial planning. During college, Brian served on the executive board of the Temple University Financial Planning Association and worked part-time in the hospitality industry, reaching a leadership role within the company.
Brian has a deep appreciation for wealth management and financial planning and prides himself on getting to know his clients on a personal level to guide the decision-making process. His top priorities are working alongside clients to uncover what matters most to them and achieving those goals efficiently and effectively. Brian has experience helping clients develop strategies for retirement, evaluating and preparing for liquidity events, and protecting the long-term success of high-earning young families and individuals.
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