WELCOME TO WILSEY ASSET MANAGEMENT

At Wilsey Asset Management, our main goal is to provide attractive returns for clients on their investments by using a common sense approach to investing. Brent Wilsey, the President of Wilsey Asset Management, has been in the investment arena for 30 years. Brent uses the old principle of buying low and selling high. This is all based on a fundamental analysis of a company’s financial statements. There is no emotion or hype in investing at Wilsey Asset Management, which is why our motto stands strong "No Emotions, Just Results". All final investment decisions are made by Brent. His money is invested the same as yours with no sales commissions; an advisory fee-only based on account value. Financial independence starts with Wilsey Asset Management.

Whatever your goals, we can help you get there

Our commitment to you; our staff consists of experienced professionals with a "hands-on" approach to financial guidance. Not only will you find our team members knowledgeable, but you will also discover that our staff truly cares about making your dreams a reality. As your Financial Professionals, we will do everything in our power to keep you focused on where you want to go, advise you on how to get there, and continually remind you of the importance of maintaining a disciplined approach to realizing your dreams.

Daily Economic Update

May 22nd, 2015

Some good economic information to help you sleep well this long holiday weekend... the consumer price index was released and this index covers over 200 item categories so it is a pretty good example of where inflation is going. Month over month the Consumer Price Index was only up 0.1% and looking at the year over year change prices actually fell 0.2%. If you want to exclude the volatile food and energy components year-over-year inflation was still only up 1.8%. What this could do is help the Federal Reserve hold rates at current levels for now because there are no signs of inflation at this time! As I have been saying, I do believe in the second half of the year and early 2016 this will change and we will see more inflation and interest rates will be forced to be increased not just by the Federal Reserve but also by market forces.