Matthew’s natural tendency to go the extra mile, whether at work or in sports, is the foundation of his financial practice. After several successful years in the mid-cap venture capital space, Matthew was drawn to the personal side of finance: his dedication to his clients stems from personal experience after witnessing his parents’ struggles to secure their own financial future. He realized the market was ready for an advisor who stuck to the fundamentals of solid, long-term investing.

After relocating from the Midwest, Matthew settled in Los Angeles and shortly thereafter joined forces with Alan Goodstein, CFP. As Alan’s business partner, Goodstein Wealth Management offers 25+ years of market experience, coupled with renewed energy and a fresh outlook for the next generation of clients.

Matthew is married to Anja Liisa Garcia Murawski where they reside in West Los Angeles. 

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Matthew:

Money is so emotional, that really your heart psychologists too, because you’re, they bring their people’s worst behavior as well as their worst fears come out when it comes to money and losing money because it’s such an emotional subject. Why do you think that financial advising estate planning your wealth? You know, planning is the greatest job? Not to be negative, but there are so many people in this business that do it badly. There, you really just that you really you don’t have to have all the answers, anyone, that no one does. I certainly don’t pretend to. But it’s just a matter of I can’t think of anything more rewarding. I, it’s as stupid as a kid in downtown Toledo. My dad, my dad was a mechanical engineer. But we always did a lot of physical labor and stuff on it. You know, we worked all the time. And I remember driving through downtown Toledo, which is one of the fastest shrinking cities in the country. And I saw this guy in a suit going into one of these buildings and my dad were these people do like with any incident, I always tried to explain it, Mike, you know, one day, I just want to be a guy that goes into within a suit into a building, and gets to do whatever they do. And that was I was like, I don’t know, six years old, and not even know what that meant. But it’s, I was an advisor, you do a lot of things, but I feel like what’s what makes it best is the hardest part about my job is that you internalize all of the most intense fears that your clients have. So when everything’s going up, it’s great. Everybody feels great. But money is so emotional, that really your heart psychologists too because you’re they bring their people’s worst behavior, as well as their worst fears come out when it comes to money and losing money because it’s such an emotional subject. And I get I love money. I love markets, I love seeing how the gears work inside of an engine and a motor, how the gears work in the IPO process this back process the how the whole thing actually works, why markets matter and why investing matters, and how it can absolutely transform someone’s life. By just they don’t have to do super complicated things, but just by doing a couple of key things, right. And so when clients refer me to, to their friends or family or when they come back, you know, I’ve been you know, now 10 years, I’ve had clients with me there now for 10 years, and they’re, you know, they either press that million-dollar mark or that $2 million mark $3 million, then they’re like, Oh, we can retire but we want to keep working you know that I’ve always I grew up with anxiety about money, the fear of not having money because I realized to be able to see my family to travel to see and do all the things and go snowboarding whenever I want to be able to you know help, my family and friends when I need to eat. It’s money. So I’ve always wanted to learn how to invest in Yeah, and that Yeah, absolutely.

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About Matthew Murawski

Natural Tendency To Go The Extra Mile  with Matthew Murawski

Matthew’s natural tendency to go the extra mile, whether at work or in sports, is the foundation of his financial practice. After several successful years in the mid-cap venture capital space, Matthew was drawn to the personal side of finance: his dedication to his clients stems from personal experience after witnessing his parents’ struggles to secure their own financial future. He realized the market was ready for an advisor who stuck to the fundamentals of solid, long-term investing.

After relocating from the Midwest, Matthew settled in Los Angeles and shortly thereafter joined forces with Alan Goodstein, CFP. As Alan’s business partner, Goodstein Wealth Management offers 25+ years of market experience, coupled with renewed energy and a fresh outlook for the next generation of clients.

Matthew is married to Anja Liisa Garcia Murawski where they reside in West Los Angeles. 

 

 

 

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