Be the first to see the movie Hollywood doesn't want you to see! Opening night is, appropriately, tax day...April 15th.
We invite you to attend these screenings of Atlas Shrugged Part I and to join us in the celebration of “men of mind” who produce value with unquestionable moral integrity.
To join us at any of our private screenings, e-mail us at: JohnGalt@WealthcareCapital.com with the city, date (4/15 or 4/16), your preferred show time (generally around 7:00 and 9:30 p.m., except for Pittsburgh, which only has a 7:30 p.m. showtime) and the number of reservations you need. If you prefer, you can also call us at 1-877-821-4093 for your reservation.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Harmon Kaslow, the producer of the upcoming movie, Atlas Shrugged Part I. For those of you who know who John Galt is, you have probably been waiting for Ayn Rand's epic novel to come to the silver screen for years, if not decades. There has been a history of false starts in adapting this novel into a movie due to Hollywood's general disdain for the premises of Ayn Rand's philosophy. True to Rand's vision, an individual “producer” was needed to make the movie a reality.
If you are wondering why we are sponsoring these events, it is because our patented financial advising process (Wealthcare) is based on the tenets of Ayn Rand’s philosophy, Objectivism.
Wealthcare is about avoiding needless sacrifice of your life. It is about unquestionable moral integrity. It is about the acknowledgement that reality exists, and that it is incumbent upon one’s objective mind to perceive reality. It is about using one’s mind to create value. It is about the profound value of an individual’s life and making the most of it. Our patented Wealthcare advising process applies these Objectivist premises, and this results in extraordinary value in our advice to clients.
A popular industry speaker and writer, DAVID B. LOEPER is the CEO and founder of Financeware, Inc. in Richmond, VA. He is author of the top selling book Stop the 401(k) Rip-off!, three other books released in 2009 by John Wiley & Sons (Stop the Retirement Rip-off, Stop the Investing Rip-off and The Four Pillars of Retirement Plans) and numerous whitepapers. He has appeared on CNN, Fox Business, CNBC and Bloomberg TV, served on the Investment Advisory Committee of the $30 billion Virginia Retirement System, and was chairman of the Advisory Council for the Investment Management Consultants Association (IMCA). Before founding Financeware in 1999 he was Managing Director of Strategic Planning for Wheat First Union. He earned the CIMA® designation (Certified Investment Management Analyst) from Wharton Business School in 1990 in conjunction with IMCA.