Archive | March, 2016

Set aside your HATRED, ANGER and VITRIOL and actually THINK about this ~~

31 Mar

When both the Republican Establishment and Democratic Establishment attack the same candidate to take them out they are afraid they are going to lose control over We The People.

 

Do you REALLY want to be controlled by your government forever?  Look at Cuba … look at North Korea … look at China .. the list goes on and on

 

THINK —- SERIOUS, LOGICAL, SANE thought ~~~~ for the sake of America and our futureTrump - THE RIGHT GUY

 

 

 

Watch ALL of this – SHARE IT WITH OTHERS ~ then talk about it …

30 Mar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wC9nQ248iJ8   = 1 hour 41 minutes of VERY revealing information

 

I personally know a woman Hillary extorted $15,000 from while she was working at Rose Law Firm in Little Rock.

Saving $8,000+/year on one prescription med through MOM – one example

29 Mar

A new customer called last week for their Atripla (HIV) medication, taking it once a day. He told MOM his co-pay was $1,050 per month – for 30. MOM got him a price of $1,159 for 90. 

 

Against his co-pay, MOM is now saving him BETTER than $8,000 this year. He advised MOM that this item would have put him in the donut hole by next month, at which time his cost per 30 would exceed $2,000. 

 

I can’t say the savings will be an exact match for everyone using this medication, because I have no way of knowing what their co-pay plans would be. What I DO know, is that based on the screenshot below, taken from GoodRx, MOM price still runs AT LEAST $5,400 cheaper per 90 day supply!  Again, MOM price for 90 is $1,159.xx, BRAND NAME.

 

 

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Gainey Business Bank (proposed) Founding Board Member – there is room for 2 more

28 Mar

            Would you like more information?

John Chandler … 602.482.0017 … johnc@chandlersearch.net 

 

The Bank Boards consist of 12 people … Ernie Garfield screens the first 6, then those 6 elect a Board President and they decide who they want on the board for the next .  Ernie has 4 people fully on board now with a Doctor in the Denver Area very interested.  You could be one of the Founding Board members and the need someone with your broad legal and business base of experience.   480-348-0404 for Ernie.

 

This linked article is one of the best current explanations I have seen about the value of owning stock in community banks. 

 

When Smaller Is Better, Small bank stocks can be hard to find, but are worth their weight in gold when you uncover the right one.

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2016/03/17/industry-focus-financials-03-14-2016.aspx

 

Now also look at information about Patriot Financial Partners, a private equity firm focused on investing in community banks throughout the United States.  Their portfolio consists of more than 1,000 public and privately-held depository institutions that have between $500 million and $5 billion of assets.

http://www.patriotfp.com/aboutus.html 

 

John Chandler … 602.482.0017 … johnc@chandlersearch.net

 

 

Small bank stocks can be hard to find, but are worth their weight in gold when you uncover the right one.

23 Mar

            Everyone’s heard of the megabanks like Bank of America. A lot of investors have heard about big regional banks like Umpqua Bank (NASDAQ:UMPQ). But not too many have heard of Carter Bank and Trust of Martinsville, Virginia.

Does that lack of notoriety make Carter Bank, or any of the thousands of other small, community banks around the country, a bad investment? Or maybe it’s just the opposite.

Host Gaby Lapera and special guest Tim Hanson think that small banks are not only an interesting niche in the investing markets, but one very much worth your time. What makes these banks small? Why should an investor even bother with the effort of researching and investing in them? What are the advantageous, disadvantages, and common mistakes investors make when wading into these waters?

What are the key checkboxes you must check off before clicking buy? The answers to these questions — and more — are right here in today’s financials edition of the Motley Fool’s Industry Focus podcast.

(proposed) Gainey Business Bank to be in Scottsdale, AZ has just a few Director/Investor slots still open

 

 

…………………………………. Return on Investment Potential ……………………………………..

 

                                                            Directors                        Stockholders

 

Monetary

 

  • Stock       X                                       X
  • Dividends       X                                       X
  • Initial Stock Options       X                                      
  • Fees

                        Cash                                  X

                        Stock                                 X

                        Options                             X

                        Insurance                           X

                                    D & O            

                                    Health            

                                    Disability        

                                    Life                

  • Deferred Comp                   X
  • Retirement                   X
  • Travel                   X

 

  • Security of one’s own invested funds in an institution over which one has input.
  • Diversified investment with extremely high success rate.
  • Potential to open doors for opportunity.
    • I don’t recall any bank I have helped form where directors have not gone into other non-bank business ventures with fellow directors. Working together over the period of time it takes to form the bank exposes directors to special occasions.  All are successful business people, usually qualified investors with similar business and personal values.  Ultimately, all are FBI checked and bank regulator approved.
    • Bank building ownership and possibly equipment. The bank does not own the bank building.  The bank leases from a third party or a partnership consisting of directors who want to participate.

Non-Monetary

 

  • Building a personal relationship with the Bank.
  • Enhanced personal relationships with other banks.
  • Civic pride in providing locally available capital.
  • Directing services and contribution to non-profits.
  • Awareness of what is happening in the local business community.
  • Camaraderie with other prominent members of the community.
  • Education in how banking really works.

John Chandler … 602.482.0017 …, johnc@chandlersearch.net

Return on investment in a Community Bank is worth its weight in gold

23 Mar

          This linked article is one of the best current explanations I have seen about the value of owning stock in community banks. What a great title!

 

          When Smaller Is Better, Small bank stocks can be hard to find, but are worth their weight in gold when you uncover the right one.

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2016/03/17/industry-focus-financials-03-14-2016.aspx 

 

            Now also look at information about Patriot Financial Partners, a private equity firm focused on investing in community banks throughout the United States. Their portfolio consists of more than 1,000 public and privately-held depository institutions that have between $500 million and $5 billion of assets.

http://www.patriotfp.com/aboutus.html

 

Want more information regarding being a Director/Investor of (proposed) Gainey Business Bank in Scottsdale, AZ.  You do not need to live in AZ.

 

          Not only added prestige in being a Bank Director/Investor, but this also opens up a tremendous super highway for more business for your growing career. One FDIC requirement is attending at least 75% of the Board meetings – in person … Conference Call … Skype. Of course, the FDIC will have some added requirements from time-to-time. And, serving on committees will allow you to help take the bank in the most successful direction to everyone’s benefit.
          Ernie Garfield, my long-time friend, has helped start 31 very successful banks and 9 bank holding companies. Over the years, his consulting team has assembled more than 400 directors, over 1,000 advisory board members and about 7,000 investors of bank stock – about 4,500 in Arizona. Most are qualified investors.

 

          Financial Investment in the bank is minimal, so Ernie makes it easy to get involved. He uses this approach because after we reach a certain stage in life; we get approached repeatedly to join one venture or the other.

 

John Chandler … 602.482.0017 … johnc@chandlersearch.netBoard of Directors table and label

Director/Investor in a Community Bank ~ I have posted a lot of information in the past

21 Mar

            Now also look at information about Patriot Financial Partners, a private equity firm focused on investing in community banks throughout the United States. Their portfolio consists of more than 1,000 public and privately-held depository institutions that have between $500 million and $5 billion of assets.

http://www.patriotfp.com/aboutus.html

 

Are you ready to be a Director/Investor in a Community Bank – or would you like more information?

 

And so you don’t forget – there is Peter Lynch and his famous Magellan Fund. He owned stock in almost every small bank and thrift in the country. He had money on deposit at most of the mutual savings banks so he could participate in their conversion to a stockholder owned bank.

 

This is why the author says. “All of these are good for those investors who buy small banks now, and this is the reason why small banks can be referred to as the trade of the decade.”

 

Also remember Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Joshua Siegel of StoneCastle Partners, our associate in EB-5 Community Bank Recapitalization Initiative. He has brought nearly $40 billion of capital to over 1,600 banks across America over the past ten years. Today, StoneCastle Partners is one of the largest investment firms dedicated to investing in the banking sector.

 

I personally believe our EB-5 program can recapitalize 3,000 community banks in a 7 to 8 year period for approximately $18 billion.

 

Keep in mind that these articles only address value from the perspective of an investor not from that of a member of a board of directors. Attached is my simplistic approach on Return on Investment Potential for directors.

 

John Chandler … 602.482.0017 … johnc@chandlersearch.net

 

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