Ed Butowsky, top wealth manager in Dallas, Financial Advisor, and managing partner of Chapwood Investment Management, discusses how and why your advisor designed portfolio is inefficient and proves it.
After weeks of volatility and selloffs in the stock markets all over the world, all eyes are paying attention on how the markets open this week. Over the holiday Monday in the US markets in Asia opened up on news that the economy grew by 7%. Here in the US the DOW was down 390 points on Friday January 15th. The markets are looking to bounce back, but all things considered the markets can certainly change quickly. Ed Butowsky, top wealth manager in Dallas, financial advisor, and managing partner of Chapwood Investment Management, discusses what is going on with the global economy and its impact on stock markets around the world and what should we expect the in the coming weeks and months.
Ed Butowsky explains simply what the role of a financial advisor is.
Ed Butowsky explains more about computer based trading.
Ed Butowsky explains what computer based trading is and how to recognize the patterns.
The market this week has gone off the rails. The DOW ended Friday careening about 300 points. This occurring the day after the Federal Reserve did not hike interest rates. This news ordinarily would be great news to analysts and investors alike but these markets are paranoid these days. It certainly begs the question by analysts and investors what is it that the Federal Reserve not see that resulted in their decision. Anything stock or stock related hit hard on Friday. They major indices are not only down for the week but for the month. Investors are asking if anyone was worried about investing in equities where are they putting their money. Friday’s indicators show that one of the big beneficiary of investors was the 10-Year treasury bond. Ed Butowsky, wealth manager, financial advisor, and managing partner of Chapwood Investment Management, discusses the recent news from the Fed and the impact on our markets at home regarding global economic slow down.
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Robert Vesco was a notorious white collar criminal. A Wall Street’er that took off with $200 Million of investors money. With the SEC on his tail he took sanctuary in countries like Cuba where he managed to evade American authorities until his final breadth. The Chief Enforcement Officer of the SEC, was Ed Butowsky’s father. His father hunted Vesco for years. Ed Butowsky, wealth manager, financial advisor, and managing partner of Chapwood Investment Management, discusses the recent thawed relations between the United States and Cuba and further investigation may lead to the illegal money Robert Vesco stole.
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Are robo-advisors a good idea for investors? The service is almost like putting your portfolio on auto pilot. All anyone has to do is answer some questions and the brokers computer builds a portfolio for you. First it was startup brokers, but retailer investor giants like Charles Schwab are are jumping into the robo game. Ed Butowsky, wealth manager, financial advisor, and managing partner of Chapwood Investment Management, discusses what is a robo advisor and whether he likes the robo game and what it stands to provide for investors.