posted on September 13, 2013
Executive Investors are businessmen and women who use their earned income to generate personal wealth. They do this to fulfill their dream of financial independence. Even though they might love their career, they yearn for the peace of mind that comes from being financially secure.
Within the workplace, executive investors include C-Suite officers (CEOs, CFOs, COOs, etc.), presidents, vice-presidents, directors, managers, administrative staff and anyone in between. Their wealth is found in the quality of their education and experience rather than the size of their investment portfolios.
Outside the workplace, executive investors build wealth by managing the tension between spending today, saving for tomorrow, and investing for the future. While spending and saving are well within our sphere of influence, successful investing relies on variables which escape our sphere of influence altogether.
The Executive Investor focuses on the investment side of the equation. It leverages off investment principles to allow executives to enjoy market opportunity while minimizing their exposure to risk, volatility, and costs.