How To Know Money, Like You Know Sports
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Certified Financial Planner Brian Gilder has found a way to make understanding financial strategy easy. In fact, he says if you know how to play sports like football and baseball and basketball — and if you enjoy watching sports — you are well on your way to understanding how to manage your money and plan for your financial success. Gilder has come up with a financial advice sports connection. As he explains it, a sports strategy and a money strategy for winning are very similar. Watch our new series of videos here that explain financial advice and the sports connection to help you understand. And for more information call Brian Gilder at (310) 804-3767.
Brian Gilder has been a go-to financial correspondent for K-CAL TV 9 and ABC-7 in Los Angeles as well as KFWB and KABC radio. He has consulted thousands of fellow finance professionals as well as those aspiring to manage their money in more sensible ways. Brian attended Cal Sate Northridge with a Bachelor’s in Finance. Thereafter, Brian attended UCLA’s exclusive and prestigious two-year financial planning program in order to ace the CFP Exam (certified financial planning). In addition, Brian has passed the rigorous financial planning programs at the American College. Where he has obtained the CLU (Chartered Life Underwriter) and the CHFC (Chartered Financial Consultant) degrees. Subsequently he has thrived with 16 years of experience in taxes, estate planning and financial planning, heading his own company for the last decade as well.
In our first video report, Brian Gilder talks about the basics of managing a winning sports team and how they are very similar to the basics of managing a winning financial plan.
Who is the dream player for a baseball team? A player who can run and hit and can play different positions. And in the business world that type of worker — who can fill many jobs — is also a dream employee. Certified Financial Planner Brian Gilder says that a utility player on a team and a utility worker who can do many things are both valuable, and in the business world that can lead to better job security.
Who is the backup quarterback or the relief pitcher for your family? Yes, ball teams need depth and when it comes to the breadwinner for your family you need a backup too. See what financial coach Brian Gilder has to say about backing up your work as the family financial quarterback — the family breadwinner — and why life insurance could be your backup quarterback.
Don’t be confused by the stock market and stock market investing strategies. If you enjoy basketball then understanding certain plays in the stock market will come easy, says financial coach Brian Gilder.