Video Blogs

SAM Video Blog March 24, 2020

Jonathan shares some insight on how to survive and thrive with a sense of calming confidence.


SAM Video Blog March 4, 2020

Jonathan discusses the importance of choosing a fact over fear mindset to achieve abundance over scarcity.


SAM Video Blog February 26, 2020

Jonathan discusses how the impact of global events offers profitable opportunities for the long-term investor. 


SAM Video Blog February 14, 2020

Jonathan shares a Valentine's Day sentiment of how sharing these 4 "C's" help create a future of compounding in both love and wealth!


SAM Video Blog January 15, 2020

Jonathan and Kim Ades from Frame of Mind Coaching™ discuss Your Rich Life: A Human Approach to Investment and Building the Wealth of Your Dreams and explain how introducing financial literacy at an early age encourages a growth mindset that translates into a journey of abundance and financial success.


SAM Video Blog December 11, 2019

Jonathan M Satovsky shares key habits to form in the New Year to achieve financial success, and how SAM can help guide you.


SAM Video Blog November 12, 2019

Jonathan M Satovsky shares the launch of his new book Your Rich Life: A Human Approach to Investment and Building the Wealth of your Dreams. This book provides insight on financial literacy, behavioral finance, and habits to achieve the wealth of your dreams.


SAM Video Blog October 3, 2019

Jonathan M Satovsky discusses how media headlines can perpetuate a self-fulfilling prophecy and how this has increased recent investor anxiety. He also offers guidance to help investors lean into a long-term investor mindset.


SAM Video Blog September 5, 2019

Jonathan M Satovsky discusses how headlines and investor pessimism leads to flows into “safe” investments, equity outperformance over time in US and foreign markets, and planting seeds for the future.


SAM Video Blog August 27, 2019

Jonathan M Satovsky discusses how in periods of high volatility, we should ride the wave by leveraging Tax-Loss Harvesting to create tax credits that may otherwise be ignored.