Archive – How I Managed $20,000,000,000 by Age 32 by Wade Slome

Mid January through mid February, Wade Slome, author of How I Managed $20,000,000,000 by Age 32 will tour cyber space. We all know that the financial markets are in uncharted territory at this time. That’s why you need someone who understands what’s happening – to give you solid advice. We’re starting to coordinate Wade Slome’s tour – are your blog readers the sort of people who need and want the information he is sharing?

These are a couple of reviews –

“Don’t listen to the talking heads on TV. Instead, let Wade Slome tell you what it’s really like to run one of the largest mutual funds in the country. And don’t be fooled by all the zeros, the lessons he learns along the way are applicable to anyone with a stock portfolio, no matter the size.” –HarukiToyama (President – Toyama Capital Management LLC)

“You might want to dislike a guy who has so much success at a young age, but I think you’ll agree that Slome’s accomplishments are achieved through hard work and attention to detail, in addition to a natural instinct for investments. Sometimes the good guy wins!” –Mike Kerrane (Director of Credit Trading – JPMorgan Securities)

Wade Slome’s Own Words –

This book pure and simply is an investment book that targets wealthier and even semi-sophisticated readers. Since I distill confusing concepts, the reader can be a relative novice or a more seasoned investor. The first two chapters create a backdrop for the reader to understand the motivations and genesis of my personal investment philosophy and strategies.

Who Would Be Interested in This Book –

There are several groups of people who would be interested in reading this book.

1) Curious People: A segment of the population is “curious” about the challenges and logistics of managing billions of dollars. Do you wonder what it would be like to manage a professional baseball or football team? Or what it would be like to manage General Electric or Exxon?

2) Investing Jocks: Given Wade Slome’s credentials, experience, and education investing jocks will be interested in getting advice and learning strategies they can successfully apply to their personal investment portfolios.

3) Potential Clients: Busy professionals or confused investors that do not have time to invest , that are looking to outsource their investing responsibilities will be interested in learning more about the person they are considering to hire. There are many different areas in the book where Slome talks about himself, investing, and market trends that the reader will feel more confident and trusting with regard to who he is and the strategies he implements.

Why Would They Be Interested –

Investing is an extremely topical subject now with the financial crisis we are experiencing, and readers are looking to experienced professionals to interpret and advise them through these unprecedented times.

Its one thing for people to get advice or explanations from “Joe Stock Broker” or financial planner that is selling his company’s products for a commission. It’s another proposition to get advice from somebody who has 9 letters behind his name, obtained an Ivy League education and successfully managed one of the 10 largest growth funds in the country. If you were creating a football playbook, would you seek advice from a high school coach or an NFL coach?

Benefits to the Reader of How I Managed $20,000,000,000 by Age 32

1 – Education and understanding

2 – Strategies for investing their personal portfolios.

3 – Gain the necessary knowledge and confidence needed to select a professional advisor by asking the relevant questions.

Wade Slome’s business website –

Virtual Tour Schedule –

January 19 — Yielding Wealth Guest Post

January 21 – The Wealthy Speaker Show Call in number: Call-in Number: (646) 595-4797 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (646) 595-4797 end_of_the_skype_highlighting (7:00 pm EST)

January 23 — Single Guy Money (Guest Post)

January 26 – Blog Business World Review and Interview

January 28 – Get Rich Slick Interview –

January 30 – Living Off Dividends – Guest Post

February 2 – Promo 101 – Create and Promote – Call in number: (347) 215-8201 (3:00 pm EST)

February 4 – Christian Finance — –Review

February 5 – Llama Money — Guest Post

February 6 — Everything Finance — Insights from Wade Slome

February 9 — Financial Dominance — Interview

February 10 – Blog Business World – Review

February 12 – Living Almost Large – Review

February 16 — Journey to Millions Guest Post and Review

February 17 – Living Off Dividends – Review

February 20 – Jay Peroni Blog – Interview

February 21 – Jay Peroni Blog – Review

February 23 – Christian Finance – Interview

February 24 – Jay Peroni Show – Radio Interview

February 25 – Money Monk — Book Excerpt and Review

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: