Just Make Money
Upper-middle-class professionals are America’s new poor, and if you’re not in the top 1%, you’re in the bottom 99%. You can neglect to have a savings plan and believe that high income will take care of you and your family forever. But what if that’s not true? What if you’re just treading water and barely keeping your head above the tide of rising expenses? What if you never retire?
You know you have to do something now. But the stock market is intimidating, financial advisors are expensive, and you don’t have any free time. So why shouldn’t you dump money in bitcoin and real estate and hope for the best?
DREW WYNN is an investment professional who trades in global macro markets—bonds, credit, currencies, commodities, and equity indexes. With $5 million in regulatory assets under management, he’s helped friends and family outperform the market since 2014.
He received a bachelor’s degree in finance and international business from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in 2007. He currently lives in Greenville, South Carolina and performs improv comedy around town.
The Big Carry
His long-term multi-asset strategy, The Big Carry, combines traditional stock and bond investments with various carry trades. He then applies leverage to create a bespoke solution for each investor’s portfolio. This allows higher returns with less risk across various market cycles.
Over his entire track record of 8½ years, he gained 47.9%, growing at 4.7% per year.
For comparison, a high-performance benchmark of half global stocks (VT) and half U.S. Treasury bills (BIL) gained 38.3%, growing at 3.8% per year.
For Self-Employed Professionals
His investment process is thoroughly detailed in his new book, Investing for Self-Employed Ballers. In the first week of its release, it reached the Top 100 in best-selling portfolio management books.