Are you saved because you prayed a prayer at church when you were a little child? The Bible never teaches us to go to church and pray a prayer in order to be saved.
Don’t you feel pretty certain that your physical body will one day die? Isn’t the risk of what comes after physical death the biggest risk we all face? We know that we will die. We cannot see clearly what comes after that. Yet, we have these testimonies and claimed revelations from God that everyone who ever existed will meet one of two fates. One is wonderful beyond comprehension. One is terrible beyond comprehension. Doesn’t it make sense to spend as much time and effort as possible trying to understand and mitigate that risk?
I have the honor today of introducing you to Nathan Yates of Forward View Consulting. By his own testimony, Nathan is a dear brother who has received Christ as his personal Lord and Savior. Nathan is a very hard working individual who is dedicated to excelling at his craft. I’m really impressed by his commitment to being the best he can be. It is with that level of commitment he has produced a research report on Westmoreland Coal (WLB) to share with Wisdom’s Reward readers.
That’s why I’m so excited to announce that Wisdom’s Reward will soon begin publishing guest posts from various Christian investors, investment managers, and traders! I am grateful for the opportunity to use Wisdom’s Reward to highlight the various ways in which God works through his children via financial securities!
At some point over the last couple of weeks, it dawned on me that confirmation bias is basically misplaced faith. God has designed us to put our faith in him. When we put our faith anywhere but him, we are operating outside of our intended design.
A company that can grow in perpetuity through investor funding, without ever producing significant profits relative to its sales and market cap, is a mythological creature, kind of like the unicorn at the top of this page.
A personal message to Mr. Cordes and Mr. Aisenberg.
I can’t tell anyone that they should save and invest their money. Personally, I think it is wise to do so. I think there is scriptural support for it. But I also believe that if God is telling you to give away all of your money, or to never store away anything extra, but instead depend completely on him, then you need to do exactly that.
Weyco Group is a small cap company that might be a huge winner… if they will take some steps to realize the massive potential they have in one particular brand of waterproof shoes and boots.
Christian investors, business owners, and managers have an opportunity to lead the way in taking a stand for the average worker.