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Dana Blankenhorn has been a tech journalist for close to 40 years and an investor for 30. This translates into someone who not only knows tech, but knows how to invest in a way to capitalize on big trends that matter.
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Today’s guest is long-term investment expert, Ian Bezek. Ian has had an interest in the stock market and investment industry since he was a young boy and his passion has driven him to an impressive career. After opening his first brokerage account at the age of 18, he attended college to enhance his knowledge and skills in the investment world. While in college, he began investing his time and money into researching market while growing his portfolio.
After graduating college, Ian was recruited to work as an analyst at a large hedge funds company in New York, where he worked for approximately three years. Today, Ian shares his views on market volatility, long-term investments, short-sales, and options as well as provides valuable words of wisdom for new and experienced investors.
Please welcome Ian Bezek to the show!
Here’s a recap of today’s episode:
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Ian Bezek’s Words of Wisdom:
“The strike price hardly matters because volatility is what ultimately drives the price” – Ian Bezek
Adam Aloisi is a former finance and investment journalist, and analyst turned full-time investor in stocks, bonds, options, and real estate. Currently, Adam resides in the beautiful region of South Central Pennsylvania, where he focuses much of his time trading accounts, dabbling in real estate investments, and watching dividend growth.
Before transitioning his portfolio into more long-term investment options, Adam focused heavily on trades. Today, he shares the wisdom and advice he has developed in his 30 years of experience in the trading and investment industry. He explains his approach to growing his portfolio and the tools he uses every day to make his investment decisions, as well as shares valuable insight on why investors – especially new investors – should “remove the emotion factor” from their trading decisions.
Please welcome Adam Aloisi to the show!
Here’s a recap of today’s episode:
“Don’t live life through rose colored glasses – especially with your investments.” – Adam Aloisi
I am joined today with Michael Lumbard, Retired Air Force Colonel and self-proclaimed amateur investor. Despite labeling himself as an amateur, Michael has dabbled in the investment industry since his early 30’ before taking the plunge and getting serious. Michael has been a serious stock market investor for over 10 years.
Before his interest and passion in the market deepened, Michael served over 30 years with the United States Air Force, aspiring to become the “worlds’ greatest fighter pilot.” Although he wasn’t able to achieve this dream – due to a slight case of color-blindness – Michael moved on to graduate from the USAF Academy, attended the Armed Forces Staff College (War College), as well as obtaining his law degree from the University of California. While in the Air Force, Michael served in the JAG and Intelligence departments and in legal offices. Additionally, he was the Vice Commander of an intelligence base in Turkey. After retiring from the military as a Colonel, Michael began working for the California state government, where he became the House Council for Remediation and later retired as the Senior Council for the department in Sacramento.
Please welcome Michael Lumbard to the show!
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