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Inflation Nation, Part Two with Chuck Etzweiler, MBA, CIMA®, CFP®, CMT (Ep.88)

Clarity sometimes isn’t comfortable. Clarity sometimes isn’t the shiniest, most beautiful object. It’s the reality of the situation. 

In this episode, Mark Pearson talks with Chuck Etzweiler, to walk you through what it means to understand inflation so that you can Invest With Clarity®.

Chuck discusses: 

  • What causes inflation
  • Why there is little desire to invest in technology and how it lowers prices
  • Why we’re entering a new type of secular bull market in multiple areas
  • How you hedge your position on higher inflationary costs
  • The low expectations on returns
  • And more

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About Our Guest: 

With more than three decades of investment industry experience, Chuck Etzweiler, MBA, CIMA®, CFP®, CMT directs the on-going research efforts of the firm, much of which help both advisors and clients understand the philosophy and strategy of Nepsis, Inc. in a deeper manner. A high percentage of the focus of the research is centered around money manager pitfalls, investor short-comings and repetitive behavioral biases that detract clients from earning optimal returns.


Episode 70. Four Keys To Successful Investing, Philosophy

Four keys to start building a foundation towards long term success for investing are – philosophy, strategy, flexibility, and transparency.

In this episode, Mark Pearson begins a new mini-series discussing the four keys to successful investing, beginning with philosophy. Mark explains the investing philosophy of Nepsis, and the commitment to achieving long-term investment goals. Plus, how the stock market is similar to a farmer’s market, and why the stock market is the greatest tool to bring buyers and sellers of businesses together.

Mark discusses: 

  • The Nepsis investing philosophy
  • Why the stock market is the greatest tool to bring buyers and sellers of businesses together
  • Why investors should think like business owners who own the market
  • Looking at the stock market as a market, and not an investment
  • And more

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