Episode 23: Investing with Wisdom in Turbulent Times
Chuck Bentley - (Investing with Wisdom in Turbulent Times)
Crown Stewardship Podcast
Chuck Bentley - Investing with Wisdom in Turbulent Times
About this episode:
This week on the Crown Stewardship Podcast, Chuck Bentley talks to Calvin Dillinger about investing and how to be a wise steward in turbulent times. You’ll hear what needs to be done prior to becoming an investor, and how to use Biblical principles to guide your investing decisions. Chuck shares his thoughts on where our economy is headed and how to make sense of current market trends. Chuck answers a wide variety of questions you may have on the stock market, real estate, a coming recession, cryptocurrency and more.
- Bitcoin vs. Gold: How they are similar, yet vastly different.
- Do government bailouts help or hurt the economy? Is there a recession in our future
- You’ll learn about “The Beauty Contest Theory” for investing.
About our Guest:
As our CEO, Chuck Bentley has a relentless passion to travel the globe teaching biblical financial principles to stewards from all walks of life including the affluent, middle class, poor, and ultra poor. He is the author of five books, with his most recent book being Money Problems, Marriage Solutions. He is also the executive producer of the God Provides™ film series, starring Dean Jones. The films are now used throughout the world in 30 languages with the potential to reach 2 billion oral and visual learners.
In addition, Chuck writes and produces a daily radio broadcast heard on over 1,200 outlets in the USA. As the Founder and Executive Director of the Christian Economic Forum, Chuck also focuses on advancing God’s economic principles through this annual gathering of select marketplace leaders dedicated to improving the world through the advancement of ideas that work. He also serves on the board of Foundations for Farming, an initiative aimed at bringing transformation to individuals, communities, and nations through sustainable agriculture and faithful stewardship of the land.
Chuck and his wife, Ann, both graduates of Baylor University, have been married since 1978. They can be found reading and spending time outdoors with their family at their home in Knoxville, Tennessee when they are not traveling the world together to advance Crown’s mission. They have four adult sons, two daughters-in-law, and five grandchildren.
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