Bill Schultheis: Long-Term Investors Are 'Silent Majority'
The author and financial advisor discusses the importance of tuning out the noise, helping clients align their money with their life goals, and what it means to be a 'coffeehouse investor.'
Our guest on the podcast today is financial advisor and author Bill Schultheis. His latest book is "The Coffeehouse Investor's Ground Rules: Save, Invest, and Plan for a Life of Wealth and Happiness." His first book, published in 1998 and updated several times thereafter, is "The Coffeehouse Investor: How to Build Wealth, Ignore Wall Street, and Get On With Your Life." When he is not writing books, He is a financial advisor with Soundmark Wealth Management, a firm he co-founded in 2008. He received his bachelor's degree in business at Texas A&M University.
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