The Orange County Register said, “What do you get if you cross
financial advice author Suze Orman, Dr. Phil, and Mexican
revolutionary Emiliano Zapata? – Louis Barajas.”
Louis Barajas defies the traditional concept of financial and business expert. Louis connects with people through their hearts, their dreams, and the often-difficult realities of their lives. He’s not just about numbers. Rather than fixating on the size of the client’s bank balance, investment portfolio, or retirement account, his approach has always been to show people how to use their resources to live better lives today, tomorrow, and in the future. His humanity-based financial and business advice works well for people making $25,000, $250,000, or Millions, because most everyone has a deep desire to want to make a difference in their lives.
Louis is the author of 5 books: Small Business Big Life for Women – 7 Secrets for Designing A Business to Help You Live Your Best Life; My Street Money – A Street-Level View of Managing Your Money From the Heart to the Bank; The Latino Journey to Financial Greatness – 10 Steps to Creating Wealth and Happiness for You and Your Family; Small Business – Big Life; and Overworked Overwhelmed and Underpaid.
Louis is the first Latino in the United States to receive the Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designation. He was named as one of the Top 100 Financial Advisors by Mutual Funds Magazine. Money Magazine also named Louis as one of America’s Top Advisors. He was also chosen by People en Español as a person making a difference in the lives of Americans.
Louis has been featured in regional and national publications such as USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Miami Herald, People en Español, Hispanic Business, and Senior Market Advisor. He has provided his financial and business insights to national news programs such as CBS Sunday Morning, CNN’s Your Money, CNBC, The Willis Report on Fox Business News, Aqui Y Ahora on Univision, ABC News, and National Public Radio’s Tell Me More.
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