By Bob Fuest
This week we go Off the Cuff with financial advisor and wealth manager Bob Fuest to discuss money management.
The first few months of 2020 have brought about an environment that is unpredictable and stressful, both monetarily and mindfully. It has left people undeniably bewildered and uncertain about their money management and investment. That’s why we are so excited about this week’s OFF THE CUFF discussion. Bob Fuest has the passion and the experience to help offer the financial guidance that we all surely need right now.
Money management is a key to success, especially in this economic climate. Trying to figure out the financial markets and decide where to put your money is more confusing than it has ever been. It’s also fraught with risk. Companies that appeared to be solid investments just a few months ago are declaring bankruptcy today. Bob Fuest helps people to negotiate their way through these perilous times in order to maximize their capital investments.
In this interview, Bob addresses the following key issues:
Bob has a background in psychology, economics, and business. He is particularly qualified to provide the personal, empathetic guidance needed to make sense of the financial world around us. Bob’s passion is to help everyday people develop the skills they need to achieve their financial goals through money management.
Bob is the founder and CEO of Fuest & Klein Wealth Advisors. Since 2009, the company has helped individuals and small businesses. They offer financial planning services, as well as alternative investment and money management. According to Bob, the thing that sets the company apart is the overall high level of trust, transparency, and tenacity that they have.
“No matter which hat I’m wearing — advisor, business owner, life partner — I am an unwavering idealist at heart. I have always felt that anything is possible and that most things can be fixed. I believe that, if you put your mind to something, you can accomplish any goal over time, and I truly love helping people achieve those goals.”Bob Fuest, Financial Advisor