Stephen Wallis

Sophisticated Investor
Risk Professional
Numbers Geek

Tom

Fantastic insight into the world of alternative investments, an easy to read guide to alternative investment ideas.

Tom
Banking Consultant, Birmingham

Guy

If you’re the sort of person that hears something new and takes action to experiment and learn then don’t hesitate to sign up. Within 7 days of receiving my first report and with not much effort on my part I’d already more than broken even. And like everything Stephen talks about, the advice will compound!

Guy
Business Transformation Lead, Bath

Paul

Stephen’s guides do a great job of cutting straight to the important information you need to know and explaining it in an easy to digest manner. He covers topics often left alone by others and has a unique blend of experience that makes his viewpoint even more valuable. Definitely worth reading!

Paul
COO, Knaresborough

John Smith

I really like the tone of them. They’re easy to read and informative.

Kylie
Compliance Manager, Leeds

I hope to see you in your swimming costume

But it will depend on how warm Portugal is in April and if you book one of the twelve available spaces for the first ever… GITogether Which is officially now open for registration! I’m really excited about the event already, even though it’s four months away. I’m...

Fancy a weekend in Crollywood or Scarbados?

One of my favourite things about living on this tiny island is the great names some people have for their hometowns. Crollywood, or Croydon, is best known for being one stop on the train away from Gatwick Airport (or as a technology hub if you’re better informed)....

What the Shelby Company Limited can teach a Guerrilla Investor

“Fortunately, we have other sources of income.” Thomas Shelby, Peaky Blinders S5 E1 Thankfully the brilliant Peaky Blinders has returned to the BBC, this time for its fifth series. In the first episode the director went against the previous way of expecting us to...

Have you prepared for your upcoming redundancy?

I was made redundant back in 2009 from my financial analyst job at a media firm in London. The credit crisis (as it was known at the time) was hitting advertising hard, so our team was halved. I was pretty happy about it as I was already planning to leave, and took...

What the GI Cashback?!

The benefits of becoming a Guerrilla Investors subscriber start with the monthly guides. These get sent out on the first of the month to all subscribers, are typically twelve to sixteen pages long, are full of what to do (less what something is), and have clear and...

I hope to see you in your swimming costume

But it will depend on how warm Portugal is in April and if you book one of the twelve available spaces for the first ever… GITogether Which is officially now open for registration! I’m really excited about the event already, even though it’s four months away. I’m...

I love spreadsheets

It must be true as my wife bought me a tea mug which says it. Which I think is the evidence we’re all provided with for whatever oddities/geekiness we are each guilty of/love. Essentially a friend/family member/partner gets you a beverage holder. But I do love...

Lottery winners are often addicted to liabilities

They must be, right? How else is it possible to win £9.7m in 2002 and in 2019 be earning £10 an hour cutting firewood (apparently)? Or win £1.8m in 2003 and in 2019 be reportedly earning £12,000 a year as a carer, living in a £500-a-month rented home. Admittedly these...

Surely this is all just ‘get rich quick’ nonsense

I’m a bit disappointed no readers have accused me of this yet, I was sure there would be a few not so smart cookies throwing this around. Whether you’ve realised it or not, I’m all about taking control of your financial future – which is a million miles away from get...

Wheel-y bad Ferriss reference

Reading Tim Ferriss’ book The 4-Hour Work Week a couple of years ago was a mindset changer for me. I think there are some shortcomings with the concept, but it’s an impressive book and a great read nonetheless. In this and other Ferriss books, he describes himself as...