Surviving Market Swings with Michael Obenauf | Wilde Wealth Wednesdays - Valley Business Radio

Episode 107

Published on:

20th Jan 2021

Surviving Market Swings with Michael Obenauf | Wilde Wealth Wednesdays

Wilde Wealth Wednesdays on Valley Business Radio are powered by the team at Wilde Wealth Management Group, an award-winning independent financial advisory firm that provides comprehensive retirement, investment, real estate, insurance, legal and tax planning services, all under one roof.

On today's show, Michael Obenauf with Wilde Wealth Management Group talks about how you can survive market swings and what causes market volatility.

Michael Obenauf joined Wilde Wealth Management Group as an Investment Advisor Representative in 2019 and works out of firm’s Scottsdale office. A coach at heart (and in his spare time), his approach to client service is to educate versus dictate, talking to each client versus at them. He is also an advocate of tailoring investment strategies and actuarial science to effectively accomplish unique financial planning needs.

Obenauf earned his two Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. At his prior firm, where he worked in financial services, he was named “Rookie of the Year” in 2016. Obenauf holds Series 7 and Series 66 registrations as well as his Life and Health License. He was attracted to Wilde Wealth both for its stellar reputation in the industry and the community minded spirit of the team.

Community minded himself, Obenauf coaches youth hockey at the Ice Den and was recently appointed to the Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club. The organization is comprised of 50 men between the ages of 20 and 40 that are business and community leaders. The focus of the organization is philanthropic fundraising to support local children's charities, but it also allows Obenauf the opportunity to take part in hands on activities to mentor kids toward goals.

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Adrian McIntyre, PhD

Dr. Adrian McIntyre is a social scientist, storytelling strategist, and internationally recognized authority on effective communication. His on-air experience began in 1978 at the age of five as a co-host of "The Happy Day Express," the longest-running children's radio program in California history. Adrian earned his PhD in cultural anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley, where he was a Fulbright scholar and National Science Foundation research fellow. He spent nearly a decade in the Middle East and Africa as a researcher, journalist, and media spokesperson for two of the largest humanitarian relief agencies in the world. Today he advises and trains entrepreneurs, executives, and corporate teams on high-performance communication, the power of storytelling, and how to leverage digital media to build a personal leadership brand.