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About williamk82

William Kohlmann is a student at Grand Canyon University’s Ken Blanchard College of Business where he is earning his Masters in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Finance while working full-time for a leading financial institution. He is an Eagle Scout from Troop 105 of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, aspires to be an entrepreneur, and currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his beautiful wife, Krystal.

Opportunities to Invest

“The reality is that opportunities to invest in the market come along as often as taxi cabs in New York city.”

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Most Important Concept In Wealth Management

Most investors miss the most important concept in wealth management because they are laser focused on returns as the primary benchmark of success. This propensity to chase returns is magnified during periods when markets are shooting the lights out, as … Continue reading

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Brace Yourselves

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Don’t Hate

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Broker Trainee Program

So an apology is due. It has been entirely too long since my last post, but there’s a good reason for the hiatus. I was recently accepted into a Stock Broker Trainee Program, sponsored by Charles Schwab!!! I start on … Continue reading

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Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting 2013 The Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting — hosted by history’s greatest investor, Warren Buffett — is a private event open exclusively to shareholders and select media. Check back often for the best of Berkshire Weekend and … Continue reading

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Berkshire Hathaway Q1 Earnings Announcement (BRK.A, BRK.B)

Berkshire Hathaway’s Q1 earnings are out. The company run by Warren Buffett earned $3.78 billion or $2,302 per share, up from $2.66 billion or $1,615 per share a year ago.

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A Financial Snapshot of the Average American

Averages are a funny thing. I remember a teacher’s example: A guy had his head in the oven and his feet in the refrigerator. When asked how he felt, he said, “On average, pretty good.” Averages can be an odd … Continue reading

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9 Steps To Landing The Internship You Want

Nine Steps To Landing The Internship You Want Internships.com CEO Robin Richards shared with us the steps you should take to boost your chances of landing the internship you want. 1. Assess your values, temperament, personality and interests. Richards says … Continue reading

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This Market Rally Hates You and Everything You Stand For

Yes you, The guy complaining about low volumes. Yes you, The girl armed with her list of overbought stocks. Yes you, The dude with a mean reversion strategy that never fails Yes you, The chick who points out Amazon’s PE Ratio on and … Continue reading

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