It seems easy enough. To get returns, you simply choose solid stocks.

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But as any Do it yourself enthusiast will tell you: "It's usually easier said than done". Let's face it with more & more DIY investing apps hit the market we all begin to believe we are the next Robin hood legend and soon we'll be able to give to the poor from our quickly accumulated wealth! But in reality, we soon realize that successful investing requires years of experience and understanding & not all that glitters is gold. Day trading looks & sounds sexy, but history shows that the long term buy and hold investors are the bread n butter to success.
Jason Clark- FounderJ. Clark

Meet Jason Clark of Clark Brothers Investments. Founder & CEO since 2007, as well as visionary and entrepreneur. This WEST POINT graduate has played the game from Wall Street to Main St and continues to win for his clients year after year. From trading equities for Goldman Sachs on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to empowering & educating clients in Colorado- Jason is sought after for his expertise. When we asked how this passion began, Clark says "My dad took me to his guy when I was 16, and I was hooked ever since. I've been studying stocks & the stock market since I was 16. Studying the Buffett way. Really interesting, what I found out is; not a lot of people know the Buffett way, they know who he is, but they don't really know what makes up the philosophy & the strategies behind how Buffett does what he does.
Warren BuffettJ. Clark

So, for those living under a rock and not know who Warren Buffett is: Warren Edward Buffett is an American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He is currently the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He is one of the most successful investors in the world and has a net worth of over $95 billion as of October 2022, making him the world's sixth-wealthiest person. According to Wikipedia. So with the wisdom and a philosophy of the Berkshire "Big guy"; Clark chooses to help the "small guy" Why? Jason explains: "We only deal with individual investors. We could deal with institutional investors, but from where I come from; I enjoy helping regular people. We don't have account minimums for example, whereas a lot of the bigger firms do, they ALL do actually. We're one of the very few firms that don't and we never will. You can mark my word on that because I want to help people. A lot of my family and friends, their kids are now customers. Those are smaller accounts and they're going to be big accounts in 10,15 & 20 years. That's our Focus. That's our only purpose is dealing with the individual investor. We rank number one for the individual investor in numerous categories".

Let's face it.. in the business world the law of supply & demand is always fluctuating. Finding stability is hard to find and requires "know how" and experience. Rather than focus on supply and demand intricacies of the stock market- Clark Brothers using the Buffett Way looks at companies as a whole. Sound safer and long term more lucrative? We think so too. Long term investing reaps the benefit of compound interest, and as Clark explains: "the difference of ten percent and twenty percent annualized for 10 to 20 years: You're talking an enormous difference of money!"

Well... we've learned; What seems easy enough.. is maybe easy for a professional, and not so much for a Do it yourself guy. If you got money in the market; We recommend you let this pro take you to lunch and find out if he can help you pick the best! Meet Jason Clark below in our TV interview, or learn more HERE.

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