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Thanks for the stopping by The "WAHD" Report. Pronounced "wad" like a wad of money, is my best (and that's saying something) attempt at a play on words. The acronym, however, stands for something far more critical. WAHD=Work at Home Dad. This focused financial report will cover a wide range of topics including but certainly not limited to my thoughts on equities that are in my portfolio while adding in some financial and other investing tips to try and help you live the most prosperous life you can. Oh, and who can resist a cute smiling baby, so off course I'll bring you along my journey as a WAHD! 

I hope to have a good mix of patrons here, some of you I may know from childhood/ or grade school/ while others may know me from my other "job" handicapping professional golf tournaments and creating actionable content for each PGA Tournament. Interested in that? Check out tourlevelfantasy.com.  

So first, let's go into my background a bit so that you know what I did in previous to this. It should, I hope, give me at least some credentialing to know what I'm talking about, and how I wound up in this position, a 31-year-old WAHD. 

I grew up in a relatively small coastal town in Rhode Island called North Kingstown. It was there at NKHS- North Kingstown high school where I'd meet my future wife, Sarah, only from afar though, until later in life, as I was a tad older than her, her a freshman me a junior. It all worked it out as you'll soon find out. 

Now onto my professional side. Going through high school I was convinced that the professional golf world was the right place for me. However, dating back to "middle school" as we called it in Rhode Island ( serving grades 6-8) I visited wall st and the NYSE when I was in 7th grade, I thought a stockbroker would be a fun job and possibility rewarding as well! Funny how I have a had, and still do, a mixture of both. 

After graduating from Johnson & Wales University, I had a brief stint in the professional golf world in Maine where I worked as an assistant golf professional. At the same time, I went back to school and received my MBA-Finance from the University of Rhode Island. It was there I started to learn concepts, strategies, and modeling for equity markets. I took that knowledge and was able to pass my series 7 and 66, and began working for Edward Jones in 2010. I worked there for four years, before moving to LPL Financial for two years. During this time I reconnected with Sarah, and not long after we married.

June 14, 2014 
The best day of My life. (And hopefully hers)


Sarah and I got married on June 14th, 2014 and "settled" down in the southern part of Rhode Island. For the next two years, I worked at LPL continuing to build my financial business. After that, I decided to join a prestigious local firm where we were living at the time that had over 2 billion in assets under management. That job came with a quality  6 figure salary/bonuses, but it also came with tons of responsibilities I just didn't like. So then came a decision...

Stay for the money or do something else?

It was also at that same time that my wife Sarah had changed companies (not jobs) and hated her new company. She made the move to be closer to home and was regretting that decision.

Both of us unhappy in our jobs... We needed a change. 

Now comes the pivotal moment. It was here, around the winter of 2017, we decided that we'd move to Florida, and with our jobs, she'd transfer and remain to work, while I'd create an at home business to help continue to serve my clients that I had, pursue working in the Daily Fantasy Sports Industry. Since my workload was able to be done at home, so instead of joining a firm, and rekindling those feelings of dislike and satisfaction with my job, we decided that work at home and I would also be the primary caregiver for our child!

Also, believe it or not, we didn't move down to Florida to be closer to Disney World ( both Sarah and I are DIE HARD Disney FanATICS). Grandma and Grandpa lured us down... 


June 18th, 2018 
The Best day of Our Life

James David Rouslin was born at precisely 5:15 PM (Thanks to Dr. Rouslin for that correction) and our little family, my wife two dogs and got just a little bit bigger and infinitely happier. From that day, to now, just over six months after he was born, each step of the way has been miraculous, tiring, exhausting, incredible, frustrating, and ultimately the most fantastic experience of my life. I look forward to what the future holds with my little guy and our ever-growing family. 

Now that we've set the stage for who I am now we can get into The WAHD Report and its contents! 

The purpose of the WAHD report is to help educate people with the knowledge and expertise I've gained over the last ten years in relating to financial matters and investing.

What you can expect to see in the report every three weeks:

  • Knowledge Center- teaching points that can range from how to place a buy order, to types of securities.  
  • Equity Ideas- stock/ETFs from my portfolio that I think may be good investing ideas! 
  • Trading Ideas- trading ideas for the more advanced patrons
  • Other Financial/Investing Tips- financial tips that can range from simple tax advice to other financial topics!
  • Monthly Tracking of "my ETF." 
  • Lifestyle Section-  I'll add in some lifestyle about my journey as a WAHD.

I hope that the WAHD report brings value to you and helps you live the most prosperous life you can! Oh, and have a dog or two :). They are just the best.

Here's my two... Choco(chocolate) and Bella (black)






Thanks for the stopping by The "WAHD" Report. Pronounced "wad" like a wad of money, is my best (and that's saying something) attempt at a play on words. The acronym, however, stands for something far more critical. WAHD=Work at Home Dad. This focused financial report will cover a wide range of topics including but certainly not limited to my thoughts on equities that are in my portfolio while adding in some financial and other investing tips to try and help you live the most prosperous life you can. Oh, and who can resist a cute smiling baby, so off course I'll bring you along my journey as a WAHD! 

I hope to have a good mix of patrons here, some of you I may know from childhood/ or grade school/ while others may know me from my other "job" handicapping professional golf tournaments and creating actionable content for each PGA Tournament. Interested in that? Check out tourlevelfantasy.com.  

So first, let's go into my background a bit so that you know what I did in previous to this. It should, I hope, give me at least some credentialing to know what I'm talking about, and how I wound up in this position, a 31-year-old WAHD. 

I grew up in a relatively small coastal town in Rhode Island called North Kingstown. It was there at NKHS- North Kingstown high school where I'd meet my future wife, Sarah, only from afar though, until later in life, as I was a tad older than her, her a freshman me a junior. It all worked it out as you'll soon find out. 

Now onto my professional side. Going through high school I was convinced that the professional golf world was the right place for me. However, dating back to "middle school" as we called it in Rhode Island ( serving grades 6-8) I visited wall st and the NYSE when I was in 7th grade, I thought a stockbroker would be a fun job and possibility rewarding as well! Funny how I have a had, and still do, a mixture of both. 

After graduating from Johnson & Wales University, I had a brief stint in the professional golf world in Maine where I worked as an assistant golf professional. At the same time, I went back to school and received my MBA-Finance from the University of Rhode Island. It was there I started to learn concepts, strategies, and modeling for equity markets. I took that knowledge and was able to pass my series 7 and 66, and began working for Edward Jones in 2010. I worked there for four years, before moving to LPL Financial for two years. During this time I reconnected with Sarah, and not long after we married.

June 14, 2014 
The best day of My life. (And hopefully hers)


Sarah and I got married on June 14th, 2014 and "settled" down in the southern part of Rhode Island. For the next two years, I worked at LPL continuing to build my financial business. After that, I decided to join a prestigious local firm where we were living at the time that had over 2 billion in assets under management. That job came with a quality  6 figure salary/bonuses, but it also came with tons of responsibilities I just didn't like. So then came a decision...

Stay for the money or do something else?

It was also at that same time that my wife Sarah had changed companies (not jobs) and hated her new company. She made the move to be closer to home and was regretting that decision.

Both of us unhappy in our jobs... We needed a change. 

Now comes the pivotal moment. It was here, around the winter of 2017, we decided that we'd move to Florida, and with our jobs, she'd transfer and remain to work, while I'd create an at home business to help continue to serve my clients that I had, pursue working in the Daily Fantasy Sports Industry. Since my workload was able to be done at home, so instead of joining a firm, and rekindling those feelings of dislike and satisfaction with my job, we decided that work at home and I would also be the primary caregiver for our child!

Also, believe it or not, we didn't move down to Florida to be closer to Disney World ( both Sarah and I are DIE HARD Disney FanATICS). Grandma and Grandpa lured us down... 


June 18th, 2018 
The Best day of Our Life

James David Rouslin was born at precisely 5:15 PM (Thanks to Dr. Rouslin for that correction) and our little family, my wife two dogs and got just a little bit bigger and infinitely happier. From that day, to now, just over six months after he was born, each step of the way has been miraculous, tiring, exhausting, incredible, frustrating, and ultimately the most fantastic experience of my life. I look forward to what the future holds with my little guy and our ever-growing family. 

Now that we've set the stage for who I am now we can get into The WAHD Report and its contents! 

The purpose of the WAHD report is to help educate people with the knowledge and expertise I've gained over the last ten years in relating to financial matters and investing.

What you can expect to see in the report every three weeks:

  • Knowledge Center- teaching points that can range from how to place a buy order, to types of securities.  
  • Equity Ideas- stock/ETFs from my portfolio that I think may be good investing ideas! 
  • Trading Ideas- trading ideas for the more advanced patrons
  • Other Financial/Investing Tips- financial tips that can range from simple tax advice to other financial topics!
  • Monthly Tracking of "my ETF." 
  • Lifestyle Section-  I'll add in some lifestyle about my journey as a WAHD.

I hope that the WAHD report brings value to you and helps you live the most prosperous life you can! Oh, and have a dog or two :). They are just the best.

Here's my two... Choco(chocolate) and Bella (black)





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