Bellevue CFP Steve Juetten and Author Debuts ‘Ditch the Guesswork’ to Serve Time-Starved Investors Seeking Reliable Return on InvestmentApril 8, 2016 5:52 pm Book Publishing
In mid-December of 2015, Juetten started writing a series of blog posts to answer his clients’ most frequently asked questions about investing. He quickly brainstormed a list of 52 topics and decided to write a book instead.
“After serving busy professional people for 15 years through the ups and downs of the financial markets, I put pen to paper to outline the tried and true approaches that deliver return on investment for time-starved investors. It’s time for the guesswork to stop,” Juetten said.
Juetten is excited about how well the book will serve busy investors who want an efficient and effective way to create a reliable return on their investments.
What sets the book apart from other investing books is the storytelling approach he uses. Reading Juetten’s book is like sitting down with the Paul and Donna — a married couple in their early 50’s — and listening in as Juetten answers their most pressing investing questions in a straight forward style. Even complex topics like chossing asset classes and rebalancing are explained in clear, simple terms so readers can understand them and be in good position to make smart investment decisions.
“Steve Juetten’s “Ditch The Guesswork” is wittily written in a conversational tone that provides timeless wisdom to investors of all levels. It is hard to argue with the straightforward logic presented in his book and a must read for anyone searching for clarity in the creation of their own financial plan,” Bill Schultheis, Soundmark Wealth Management and author of The Coffeehouse Investor said.
About Certified Financial Planner Professional and Ditch the Guesswork Author Steve Juetten:
Since 2002, individuals and couples have been coming to Steve Juetten to help them make sound financial decisions so they can do more of what they love. His business is founded on the belief that good financial planning does not have to be confusing, complex or scary. He came to this belief after consulting for more than 25 years with large corporations and their employees to help them understand and use their employer benefits. As the managing member and founder of his firm, Juetten is quoted regularly in the Puget Sound and national media on financial planning and employee benefits topics. His passion for investing took root while attending high school. Juetten has always enjoyed organizing financial data and learning about financial markets. Now he applies those passions to help clients identify and make their financial dreams come true.
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