Media information for Tykr and its founder, Sean Tepper
Introduction Text: Sean Tepper is the Founder and CEO of Tykr, a stock screener and educational platform all-in-one that helps you manage your own investments. He originally created Tykr in 2016 as a tool to save time when investing in the stock market. After four years, he made consistent returns ranging between 15% and 50% per year. In 2019 he started sharing this tool with retail as well as institutional investors and everyone agreed, he needs to turn this into a platform to share with others. Tykr went live in 2020 and now it’s a platform, serving investors from countries all over the globe.
Topics we address
- Stock investing
- Stock investing vs stock trading – which is better?
- The top mistake most investors make, and how to avoid it
- How to reduce risk while managing your own investments
- How to retire early through the power of compound interest
- How to get started with stock investing if you’re a beginner
- How to make investing easier if you’re advanced
- How to determine when to buy stocks
- How to determine when to sell stocks
- How to control your emotions
- No one can beat the stock market
- The stock market is rigged
- Beginners can’t be good at investing
- You can’t get rich by investing in stocks
- You need to be a financial advisor to know what you’re doing
Questions we answer
- What is your career backstory and how did it lead to investing?
- What was your biggest business mistake and what did you learn?
- Why do people lose money in the stock market?
- How does a complete beginner get started with investing?
- How does Tykr reduce risk?
- How does Tykr increase confidence?
- How do you tell the difference between a good stock and a bad stock?
- How can Tykr make any beginner an expert?
- How much should I start with?
- How much should I invest every month?
- What happens if I don’t invest?
- Is Tykr used for investing or trading?
- Why is it important to invest, no matter your age?
- How much time should you spend on investing per week?