Richard Dwayne Blair is a financial expert who has been helping individuals in the greater Austin region. Richard trusts that everyone needs a plan to assist them in the management of their wealth as well as their retirement. The Austin community benefits from the advice given by Richard Dwayne on how to go through life’s milestone. To provide efficient and helpful information, Richard Blair follows a Three Pillar Approach as listed below.
Pillar One: in the first step Richard can draw the customer’s plan and in the program, he will know about their strengthens, weakness, their growth opportunities, as well as risks endurance. While designing the first pillar, Mr. Dwayne can connect solidly with his clients.
Second Pillar: at this stage, Richard knows what his client’s needs are, and he is ready to design a long-term plan for them. The strategy is custom made for the customer’s liquidity as well as their unique goals. Mr. Richard has the responsibility to relocate asset to take advantage of market performance during upward market movement.
The Third Pillar: this is the final pillar where after knowing the clients’ needs and the market, Richard moves to implement and monitor the plan. Richard observes, and executes the client by comparing their company’s, as well as individual goals.
Richard Dwayne Blair is a financial expert who has been in the investment and financial industry for over 23 years. Mr. Dwayne is also the Founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Wealth Solution Inc, a financial advisory firm based in Austin, Texas. Richard comes from a teaching family, and he has felt the positive impact teaching has on the community that is why he opted to teach his community about finances. In 1994 Blair decided to use his previous work experience to establish Wealth Solutions. His decisions come from what he sees is beneficial to his clients and the organizations who visit him every day. Richard has become productive by preparing for the future and also thinking about the future. He continues to advise the younger generation to read more and make connections with like-minded individuals.
Adam Milstein recently wrote an article on JNS entitled, Unlikely Radical Alliances Fan the Flames of Anti-Semitism Worldwide. In this article he names the radical alliances as Radical Islam and the Far Left. Calling out no other than Linda Sarsour, Imam Siraj Wajjah, Rasmea Odeh and then added a throwback: Ayatollah Khomeini the leader of the Iranian Revolution. In regard to the far left Adam Milstein named: Senator Bernie Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn, and Paul Eisen.
In any of these kinds of arguments there is always going to be some semblance of truth and the rest is a Salem Witch Hunt. It groups anyone who speaks out against your branch of oppression as being anti-something else. Like what the far right did to Colin Kaepernick. He took a knee during the National Anthem to protest police brutality on black Americans. The far right said he was disrespecting the flag. Same kind of thing here, some of the people Adam Milstien calls out have done anti-Semitic things. Denying the Holocaust, calling for the complete eradication of Israel, that’s real high on the anti-Semitic spectrum. Where Milstein loses grip with reality is when he puts Linda Sarsour, “my friend in my head” and Imam Siraj in this group.
Adam Milstein says Imam Siraj, is an unindicted co-conspiratorof the World Trade Center Bombing. What is a unindicted co-conspirator? That sounds like code for innocent but still reaching. I’ve visited Imam Siraj Masjid in Brooklyn and I’ve never once heard him speak negatively about any religious group.
Linda Sarsour is a Social Activist Badass! She is a Brooklyn native and unapologetic ally dope. She is also Palestinian -American and there is no way you can be Palestinian and pro-Zionist. Honestly, there’s no way you can be a decent human being and be pro-Zionist but I digress. There is a difference between being against the illegal Israeli Occupation of Palestine and being anti-Semitic. In the same way that Kaepernick taking a knee was not about being anti-America but being for the fair treatment of black people by the police in America is the same way being against Israeli troops murdering innocent Palestinian citizens is not the same as being Anti-Semitic. Unless, Adam Milstein views murdering the innocent as some version of Judaism I’m not aware of.