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The Resilient Advisor

This podcast is dedicated to helping financial advisors build resilience in their business and personal life. Jay Coulter interviews industry leaders to find the best practices of today's top performers. Topics cover every aspect of the financial services industry so that listeners can stay on top of this rapidly changing industry. More information can be found at www.resilientadvisor.com.
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Now displaying: January, 2021
Jan 28, 2021

Michael Gayed (The Lead-Lag Report) talks with Jay Coulter of The Resilient Advisor about the markets through his Risk On - Risk Off lens.

Jan 28, 2021

Lenore Hawkins joins me to discuss some of the tough underlying fundamentals of the economy and some of the bullish themes for investors to consider. Hawkins, of Tematica Research, talks Gamestop and Pipeline stocks, and economic the economic bright spot for homebuilders.

Jan 18, 2021

Matt Halloran of Proud Mouth is an expert at helping professionals build their influence in a systematic way. He is a well-known podcaster himself and will share his insights on how to build your influence quickly. Halloran talks with The Resilient Advisor about podcast tactics, niche focus marketing, and offers nuggets of wisdom for success. David Pulcini also guests to talk about SixPoint Financial Partners and his experience with Matt Halloran and Proud Mouth.

Jan 15, 2021

The SEC has released new rules around advisor advertising. Chris Winn joins Jay Coulter to discuss how advisors should look at these new regulations through a compliance lens.

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