Upcoming Smart Investing Workshop
THU, May 31st

The Smart Investing Radio Show
with Brent & Chase Wilsey

Saturdays 8am (LIVE) & Sundays 5pm (REPLAY)





At Wilsey Asset Management, our main goal is to help educate our clients through the difficulties in the financial world.


Our goal is to make our clients money and provide attractive returns on their investments by using a transparent, common-sense approach to investing through an
Individualized Concentrated Value Portfolio


Our job is to help clients make financial decisions that are aligned with their deepest values and most important life goals.

For Financial Peace of Mind, Trust Wilsey Asset Management

Wilsey Asset Management Inc BBB Business Review



Feb 27th, 2018

It was just a short while ago in 2015 that Fitbit was the exciting new company with great growth potential. The stock price reflected that exuberance and was trading near $50. Fast forward to today and the stock is trading at $4.86 after missing estimates for sales, earnings and future guidance. Based on the fundamentals this company was never worth $50, but the excitement for its product and potential growth fueled the stock too high.

Is day trading returning?

Feb 26th, 2018

After a long run of low volatility in the stock market, day trading is unfortunatley finding renewed interest. While exciting, most of the time it is not profitable to anyone except the firm doing the trades. Daytrading, defined by the securities and exchange commission, is a trader with $25,000 in equity in their account before trading and is active in the same security on the same day for four or more times in five business days. Our recommendation, ignore the excitement and invest properly!

Walmart Declines

Feb 21st, 2018

Walmart (WMT) was down another 2.75% today after it’s 10% loss yesterday. The 10% decline was the worst single day decline for Walmart in over 30 years. The stock declined after concerns over ecommerce growth troubled investors. Walmart ended the quarter with positive same store sales and overall sales beat expectations, but the ecommerce growth of 23% came in below expectations. I liked Walmart in the low $70s, but even after the pullback the current price of $91.52 gives us a forward P/E of 17.4. I like to buy companies at a forward P/E of 10-12.