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Senior Financial professional, Joey Feste is pleased to announce he has partaken in an exclusive sit down interview with Ideamensch – a site dedicated to showcasing the success of various entrepreneurs, visionaries, and non-profit leaders from around the globe. With over 5,000 interviews to date, the platform seeks to highlight those who have either achieved substantial success or have cultivated positive change in their community.

There are many different types of investments that can help you reach your financial and wealth-building goals while you mitigate and align risks with your preferences and tolerances. Although each has its own set of features and risk factors, it is imperative to select an investment strategy that coincides with your current financial situation and future objectives.

There certainly is no shortage of investment advice available these days, ranging from wise and proven counsel to ineffective financial guidance. In fact, a Google search for the phrase “investment advice” generates roughly 1.6 billion hits, and this is probably an underestimate, given that search engine technology is still a work-in-progress.

Wealth management skills are a core aspect of financial literacy, and fundamental to making sound investment decisions. Developing a comprehensive management strategy will help one define their long-term objectives, increasing their chances of sustained profitability and growth.

While investing is never a sure thing, you have to determine your risk threshold to ensure you’re taking calculated risks. When you hear the word ‘risk’ associated with your finances, do you see it as an opportunity for great returns or worry about your financial security? How you answer this question will help you to determine your threshold for investing.

There are many preconceived notions about what investing looks like, conjuring up images of professionals in suits on the stock exchange room floor. However, Joey Feste — the Senior Managing Partner of KM Capital Management believes that investing is much more accessible than most people realize.