We were fortunate to speak with LPL Financial’s Ryan Detrick just prior to his annual Economic Forecast & 2022 Outlook Luncheon, presented by Heartland Bank. This year he spoke at a luncheon in The Exchange in Bridge Park.
Ryan talks about his career journey, moving from accounting to finance, and from Western & Southern Financial Group right out of college, then to various companies to now LPL Financial. What did he learn about himself?
Just have faith in yourself. You know, at the end of the day, who’s going to believe in you yourself, right? And I’ve always just kind of had this attitude that if I do what I should do, if I treat people the right way, if I, if I go through life and enjoy what I’m doing, it’s all going to work out.
As a whole, the United States’ net wealth is healthy…
The truth is net wealth in our country is at an all time high of nearly one hundred and fifty trillion dollars. A lot of that is because our houses are all worth twenty, twenty five percent more than they were just 18 months ago.
Even though we are seeing some great news in the financial world, keep doing the right things with your investment portfolio…
The time to prepare for the storm is not during the eye of the storm. It’s before the storm comes right and markets are volatile. Economy can be volatile, so get those plans in place because again, it’s the way we’re wired. We make bad decisions at the worst possible time. It’s just the way our brains are wired. So to have a plan in place.
If you watch financial channels like CNBC or Fox Business Network, you’ve probably seen Ryan on camera quite a bit. He talks about his experiences with prepping for interviews, and how professional the hosts are.
Ryan reflects on how technology, specifically Twitter, is a product of how he built his career. And how it can be positive and negative at the same time.
Now you have to leverage technology and it’s a wonderful. I joke my last three jobs I got because of Twitter, and it’s kind of true. I mean, it’s all on there. I mean, there’s my resume, you know, LinkedIn and Twitter as my resume.
Thanks to Ryan we get a good picture of what to expect this year. He is always a good advocate for investors, Heartland Planning Associates, and Heartland Bank.
And check out LPL Financial’s Market Signals Podcast featuring Ryan –
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