Schultheis shows readers that by focusing more on their passions and creativity, and less on money and the hype and hysteria of Wall Street, they will actually build more wealth - and improve the quality of their lives at the same time. The prose may be charming, but the investment advice is powerful and timely. Successful investing has nothing to do with 'hot' stocks and 'cool' mutual funds, but is achieved by adhering to the three simple steps set forth in 'The Coffeehouse Investor'. There are ways to simplify investment decisions when building a sophisticated portfolio. With just a minimum of effort investors can learn to implement these steps and begin the gratifying process of building wealth, ignoring Wall Street, and getting on with life.
Table of Contents
The Coffeehouse Investor; The Thing Called Risk; Approximating the Market Average; Building a Common Stock Portfolio; My Favourite Piece of Pie; Life, Logic and Paradoxes; Saving; Let's Have Some Fun.
Bill Schultheis spent 13 years working with individual and institutional accounts for Salomon Smith Barney in Seattle, Washington. He now brings his simple, inspirational message to individuals and corporations through his Coffeehouse Investor lectures and seminars. In addition to working on his second book, Bill coaches youth sports, climbs mountains, and loves to golf in the rain.