Brian is a former financial advisor, who was also the market commentator for FOX News This Morning in Seattle (12th largest media market) where he appeared LIVE over 3,000 times reporting on the economy & US stock markets from the studio Q13 built in his office. Currently, he's a coach to financial advisors.
For the past +10 years he's been coaching pro athletes (from just about every sport, includes Super Bowl winners, Olympians, Olympic medalists, national champions, national team captains) turned financial advisor, to Barron's Top 100 advisors, Forbes Top advisors, all the way to rock-solid advisors from the US, to Europe. He's in the midst of rolling out an inhouse developed Q&A FinTech app to Accountants, Attorneys, Financial Advisors, Real Estate agents.
His blog covers: Financial and business-related topics are our focus. In addition, we focus on areas of performance (health, mind, body). Also, we focus on discussing, looking at the latest technology trends & tools.
Business Insider: Former Wall-Streeter Is Determined To Prevent Millionaire Athletes From Blowing Their Fortune — As a former financial planner, the long-term was Brian Ouellette's expertise. Ouellette figured he could use that experience to protect athletes from doom - if only he could get in contact with them. Fortunately, his "ears perked" when he learned of Athlete Connect, an existing database of athletes and sports agents.2 November 2020
Financial Advisor magazine: How To Get Those All-Important Client Referrals — Financial Advisor Magazine created exclusively for advisors by highly experienced editorial and publishing teams. We provide an interactive community for the Financial Advisor, Investment Advisor, Financial Planner, Financial Planning, RIA, Retirement Planning, ETFs, Alternative Investments, Investment News, Broker-Dealer, CFP, Wealth Manager. Financial Advisor magazine produces the Alternative Investment Strategies, Retirement Strategies, and Fiduciary Gatekeeper conferences.2 November 2020
The Wall Street Journal: Brooks Brothers, Hurt by Casual Fridays and Coronavirus, Files for Bankruptcy— Brian Ouellette of Clyde Hill, Wash., bought his first Brooks Brothers suit when he entered the PaineWebber & Co. training program in 1995. “My attire today is much more casual,” said the 48-year-old, who started his own company in 2010 that coaches financial advisers. “I’ll wear French cuff shirts with shorts and loafers in the summer.”2 November 2020