March 2013, Research magazine — Egan, Berger & Weiner founding partner Sheldon Weiner is featured in this month’s issue of Research magazine in an article entitled, “Stocks: A Hard Sell.”
This cover story of the publication, written by Ellen Uzelac, explains that client enthusiasm for equities has evaporated. How are advisors responding?
Uzelac asked Sheldon Weiner about buying stocks: Should investors buy or not?
Weiner said: “Stocks have been a hard sell, but they shouldn’t be. They run in cycles and they have for several hundred years. Back in 2002 or so, Warren Buffett was asked by a reporter, ‘Who in their right mind would put money in the stock market right now? His answer was ‘the millionaire of tomorrow.’ That hasn’t changed.”
About Sheldon Weiner
A founding partner of Egan, Berger & Weiner, LLC, Sheldon Weiner has more than three decades of experience in the financial industry. After graduating from the University of Maryland, and the Hartford Insurance Company School of Advanced Underwriting, he earned the LUTCF (Life Underwriter Training Council Fellowship), and also served as president of Creative Financial Programs, Inc.
For more information, and to contact Weiner, send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-506-0030 ×106.