drew.wynn got their new book cover by running a design contest:
Finance BOOK COVER needed. Prefer clean, light simplicity and a drawn illustration.
Check out drew.wynn's Book cover contest…
Investing for Self-Employed Ballers: What to Do With and Without a 401(k)
DREW WYNN is an investment professional who trades in global macro markets—bonds, credit, currencies, commodities, and equity indexes. He oversees millions of dollars and has helped friends and family decisively outperform the market since 2014. He was a professional poker player from 2010–2013 and a sales trader at a big oil company for several years before that. He received a bachelor’s degree in finance and international business from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in 2007. He currently lives in Asheville, North Carolina and performs improv comedy around town. Find out more about Drew at FinanceBro.net.
Upper-middle-class professionals are America’s new poor, and if you’re not in the top 1%, you’re in the bottom 99%. You can neglect to have a savings plan and believe that high income will take care of you and your family forever. But what if that’s not true? What if you’re just treading water and barely keeping your head above the tide of rising expenses? What if you never retire? You know you have to do something now. But the stock market is intimidating, financial advisors are expensive, and you don’t have any free time. So why shouldn’t you dump money in bitcoin and real estate and hope for the best? Investing for Self-Employed Ballers is a step-by-step blueprint that shows you exactly how to invest in stocks, bonds, and currencies for the growth, protection, and preservation stages of your life. Once you implement the simple investment plans in this book, you’ll no longer have anxiety around money and you’ll have lots of free time to enjoy the rest of your life. With over a decade of experience in trading and finance, Drew Wynn oversees millions of dollars and has helped friends and family decisively outperform the market. He’ll show you— • How to save 25-50% of your income without being frugal. • How to beat the average investor by 5% per year. • How to determine the precise mix of stocks and bonds. • How to maintain your resolve during a market crash.
Self-employed professionals, typically men ages 30-50 who make over 75k per year single or 100k joint, maybe they work from home. They have a lot of money saved up in an old 401k or a bank account and don't know what to do with it.
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I really like the color combination of cool blue fading into white (maybe a dash or orange or red) that's often used in finance.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
drew.wynn collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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Any gender, anywhere, ages 18+
Target audience are young adults in high school to graduate students in the US. Age: 17-27
Children ages 6-12
18-45, any gender, US and US territories and pacific islands
Age: Broad, perhaps mid-teens to early 30s (but since my characters are all 21 or older, this would not be considered YA
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