A Reminder: The Trend Is Your Friend

Don Connelly audio blog - AskDON

I get asked a lot if I coach Advisors and the answer is “No, I don’t coach. I remind.” Literally. I think teaching is showing someone how to do a job. Coaching them is showing them how to get better. I think you get better by going backwards, by going back to the basics, so let me give you the most basic investing thought I can give you.

Watch the video or read the transcript below to learn the most basic investing thought and why the trend is your friend.

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Where Should You Be Focusing

Where Should You Be Focusing

“Where should I be focusing?” is a question for all advisors, but especially young advisors, who are wondering where to focus when starting their practice. I received an email from Brian in Orlando in reply to one of my newsletters where I talked about focusing on getting appointments. He agrees with the notion and he says that’s all he’s trying to do, but he asks what else I suggest he does besides focusing on getting appointments?

Listen to the audio podcast or read the transcript below to learn what else you should focus on, besides getting appointments.

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Am I Oversimplifying Things?

Don Connelly audio blog - AskDON

Brad from Southern California is a Merrill Lynch advisor. He sent me an email, which is in a way, funny, but poses a very serious question nonetheless.

“Don, I have a strange concern. I’m concerned that in my attempt to make things simple I go too far. There are times when I feel I’m patronizing people by talking what I call ‘baby talk’. I literally get embarrassed sometimes. I know what you’re going to say, keep it simple. But when’s enough enough?”

Listen to Don’s answer or read the transcript below.

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Investing in a Bull Market

Am I oversimplifying things? - AskDON episode

This is an AskDON audio episode where Don Connelly answers Larry’s question about investing. Larry is from Texas, he’s been in the business eleven years and he is managing just a shade under $100 million.

Larry’s question was:

“The market’s been up four years, without a correction. What do you say when people comment that maybe the market’s too high?”

Click the play button to listen to Don’s answer or read the transcript below.

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