Wendy and Eric are not only husband and wife have two children but after careers on Wall Street, Eric as a technologist working for a $10 billion dollar hedge fund and Wendy working as a Bond trader. Their co-founded company is called DIY.Fund providing professional investment management software fintech tool and resources for individual investors. Wendy Garfinkle Nissan and Eric Nissan were both Wall Street Veterans now with DIY.Fund they are ready to show you how easy it is to Do-it-yourself! It’s FREE #fintech.
The Nissan’s were honored via #BZAwards for their @Diyfund investment best #FinTech tools and resources “Level the Playing Field” award! Check them out on the Red Carpet!!.
What we learn on today’s show:
so you help people invest professionally using do-it-yourself tools?
how they left Wall Street to Startup, what their differentiator is in the do-it-yourself investment platform niche, how their web platform actually helps the average listener in our audience manage their own portfolio, understand risk, and keep track of their performance; Starter Studio Incubator, 6 easy, simple straightforward Steps: DESIGN A PORTFOLIO, SET INVESTMENT GOALS, MONITOR THE PORTFOLIO, SO WHAT IS RISK ANYWAY, OVERSEE ALL INVESTMENTS, HEY NOW – INVEST LIIKE A PRO!; holistic approach to managing money.
Fast Pitch Round:
Wendy: Lean Startup – Eric Reis
Eric: A Random Walk Down Wall Street by Burton Gordon Malkiel, a Princeton economist,
Wrap Up Round:
How can people stay in contact
Three main take aways
1) Investments: Understand what it means to invest and how things work.
2) Startups:the ability to adapt, think what else can I be doing.
3) Customers: Foucs on what your customers want by constant feedback not what you think they want.