Ed Butowsky, managing partner of Chapwood Investments, LLC has the unique intelligence to recognize how current situations affect investment portfolios.
An internationally recognized specialist in the investment wealth management and personal finance market, he was featured in "Broke," the critically acclaimed ESPN "30 for 30" documentary that chronicles professional athletes and their financial experiences, and in the most well-known Sports Illustrated article ever: "How (and Why) Athletes Go Broke."
Athletes and celebrities count on Ed Butowsky to deliver guidance on everything from contract arrangements and agent disputes to family investments and how individuals with money can take steps to manage to keep it.
Ed Butowsky is a coach to up-and-coming professional athletes and their parents, but it isn't only public figures who desire his guidance. Private mens and women come to him seeking new methods for their financial concerns. Ed is best known for his talk and his determination to roll up his sleeves and find strategies to issues that others want to have no part of.
His more than 29 years in the financial services industry started at Morgan Stanley, where he was a senior vice president in private wealth management. In his 18 years there, he was the firm's top producer nationally as well as the first consultant to top $1 billion in assets under management. He was identified as a registered member of both the Chairman's Club and the Equity Club, distinctions reserved for exclusively the best advisers at Morgan Stanley.
Ed Butowsky has appeared on The Blaze TV and is a Blaze Branded Contributor for The Blaze online. At the same time, he is an op-ed contributor who has written articles relating to financial topics for National Center for Policy Analysis, FoxBusiness.com, FoxNews.com, Breitbart.com and others. He was a keynote speaker at the American Bar Association Bankruptcy Division and was featured in the PBS Frontline interview "To Catch a Trader."
Ed Butowsky regularly talks about wealth management and other timely subjects related to finance and investment on radio shows around the country, including "Mad Dog Radio" and "Bloomberg Radio." He was featured as one of seven financial coaches/experts in the first-of-its-kind online reality series, "The Invested Life," a nine-month series that featured real people facing common investment concerns and their journey to take control of their finances. (www.theinvestedlife.msn.com).
Ed has been the keynote speaker at the IMCA Winter Conference, taught at the Private Wealth Texas Forum, T3 Conference, Yale University, NYU Stern School of Business, and SMU Cox School of Business and chats around the country to economic advisors on how to correctly handle portfolios. Butowsky is also the architect of the CHIP score. The CHIP score is the primary measurement created to properly and effectively score a portfolio and examine's strength based on all aspects that attribute to portfolio effectiveness; rate of return, threat, rising cost of living, taxes, management expenses and financial investment fees. Ed Butowsky is the creator of the Chapwood Index, a real cost of living index which tries to show, on a regular basis, a more specific figure for cost of living increases in the nation's top 50 major metropolitan areas. (www.chapwoodindex.com).
In 2005, Ed launched Chapwood Investments, LLC, a private wealth management advisory firm that focuses on providing extensive financial counseling and investment advice to wealthy groups and professionals. Under the management of Ed Butowsky and his business partner, Kim Sams, Chapwood Investments was awarded the 2015 Alternative Investment Award for Excellence in Investment Wealth Management - USA.
Ed Butowsky is an experienced speaker on a wide range of financial investment topics. For more information or to book Ed Butowsky with regard to a speaking engagement, get in touch with Mikaila Montgomery at Chapwood Investments, LLC, at 972-865-2228.
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