In This PDF
- Understand the myths that lead to a cycle of fearful investing, and the solutions to break out.
- Learn to decipher the industry’s misleading marketing strategies.
- See through the rhetoric and invest with confidence, no matter the economic climate!
In his book, Paul discusses:
About the Book
Investing should make sense.
There are over 280,000 financial advisors in the U.S., over 385,000 insurance sales agents, the thousands of insurance and brokerage firms they work for, twenty-four-hour-a-day media streaming from every direction, and countless other do-it yourselfers and self-titled “experts” who are more than willing to dispense advice on what they think the market is doing.
Everybody wants to tell you how to beat the market and find the next best deal or the best undervalued stocks. The media in all its forms is ready with the tips, tricks, and timing that could make you the next millionaire. It’s a circus, a cacophony of sounds and smoke and mirrors.
But there is a way to escape the marketing madness—and that’s where educated investors can be. Knowledge and education are powerful forces, and this is especially true in the world of investing.
Avoid the most common investing mistakes and become a confident investor.
About the Author
Paul Winkler (ChFC®, RFC®, CLU®, LUTCF, CASL®, AAMS®, RICP) is the president and founder of Paul Winkler, inc., a registered investment advisory firm in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Paul Began his career in the financial services industry in 1989 and has been published extensively in both industry and non-industry publications. He is the host of the long-running “Investor Coaching Show” on Supertalk 99.7 WWTN, which can also be found as a podcast on ITunes.