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President Guildhall Wealth Management Inc. /Guildhall Diamonds Inc.
In 2002, Paul was introduced to the bullion business when he was recruited to manage the Toronto office for an international firm. By 2008, Paul had purchased the firm and acquired an additional two companies in the process, rebranding the company as Guildhall Wealth Management.
To further the expansion, Paul also founded Guildhall Diamonds Inc., delivering a new means of diversification within the hard asset portfolio. Personally witnessing gains in color diamonds, Paul soon became a passionate collector, securing only the highest in quality color diamonds for Guildhall clientele. Displaying a principled approach to his work, strong values and a focus on transparency, Paul soon experienced renown and respect from members of the color diamond and precious metals communities. A businessman for 40 years, Paul has shared his expertise, standards of excellence and passion for the industry with his children, Jeremy Wiseman and Nicole Snitman, who uphold their father’s strong ethics. . Under the tutelage of Paul, Guildhall Diamonds has been accepted into the Natural Color Diamond Association (NCDIA), and invited to the distinguished Argyle Tender.
I enjoy making money in the often manipulated markets in an effort to join the 1%. I consider myself a noob as I have lots to learn. I enjoy reading about everyone's investing style and outlooks from differing angles. SA contains alot of intelligent people and I'd like to thank those that contribute. Goals: Increase annual income by $300-400/mo while allocating 20% of my portfolio to growth and speculation. Thus far in 2016, my personal portfolio has crossed the $340K mark at the age of 34 (401K is through my employer, around 160k). My goals are to increase total div/dis income to >17000 this year and add another >3-6k every year thereafter. I tend to lean towards value stocks with a >3 year time horizon and high dividend/dis. stocks as well. Currently long AIG, BAC, BEP, DIS, SBUX, EVA, LMRK, UPL, CLMT, BIP, MMLP, LNGLF, PEGI, CONE, SNR, PSEC, UAN, SFL, TLLP, CORR, NSA, LMRK, GSBD, MIC, STAG, SSW, VNR, NRF, NRE, QTS, DFT, and HASI among a few others. I contribute >4K/mo outside of my employer's 401k. Buy and hold works if you have grit and patience. I take capital gains after long periods of holding and typically see 100-300+% gains on those positions. The financial crisis helped. There is always misplaced value in the market. Stay away from talking heads on TV and anyone that has to push their product. Invest in yourself, ask questions, practice mental discipline and remind yourself of your goals on a continual basis.