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Trilogy Financial on Coronavirus & the Market and SD Woman Magazine

19 Mar 2020

written by Cindy Matalucci

The Pulse Welcomed 2 Fabulous guests for our live show:

Windus Fernandez-Brinkkord from Trilogy Financial, AND Judith Habert from San Diego Woman Magazine,

Windus is our financial expert who spoke about several trends in finances including the Corona Virus and it’s impact on the market.

Windus gave us stats on several black swan events from the past and how we have come through them by not panicking and not pulling out your money in a state of panic.

She also discussed planning tips for the for the business owner if you have a wealth gap and what people can do NOW to retire early!


For more tips from Windus head on over to her site or contact us for details!



Since joining Trilogy Financial in 2003, Windus has paired success wither commitment to the relationships in her life. She works with her clients to visualize the pathways to their success so they can decide which route is better for them and helps them change gears should their chosen pathway not be as productive as anticipated. Ultimately, she strives to help her clients understand that success isn’t achieved with the first plan but with their long-term relationship and commitment to work together.

Coming from a family background in property management, Windus also wants to help build, create and foster an awesome culture for other professionals to grow their business. She is a member of the professional groups, Connected Women of Influence, 6 Degrees San Diego and Corporate Alliance. She is also a board member for Traveling Stories, an organization that believes in outsmarting poverty through literacy programs.

She is an Investment Advisor Representative with Trilogy Capital, Inc., where she holds her Series 65 Registration. She also holds her Series 6, 7 and 63 Registrations with LPL Financial, as well as holds a Life Insurance License.

*Recognizes and celebrates 40 nominated San Diego residents, men and women under the age of 40, who have made outstanding contributions to their professions, industries or San Diego as a whole.

Trilogy Financial:
12520 High Bluff Dr #140
San Diego, CA 92130


San Diego Woman Magazine:



Judith joined us live to talk about her magazine and some of the new things they are offering to readers.

She is producing a special Woman of Distinction Issue they we are very excited about as well as their dedication to the Military and local charities which we love!

Judith Habert: Publisher, Editor, Author & Public Speaker

About Judith:
Judith is the Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of San Diego Woman Magazine, now in its 14th year, as the premier woman’s magazine in San Diego. Judith is also the Founder/Director of The San Diego Writing Academy.

Judith is the author of two books and is currently working on her third. She has also ghostwritten numerous books for local professionals. Judith has published hundreds of articles, on various topics, which have appeared in local and national publications.

As an inspirational speaker, Judith often travels the country speaking on women’s empowerment issues, and issues pertaining to her biographical book, a humorous account of growing up Italian in New York. Some of the amazing events include her abduction at gunpoint and being bitten in the nose by her dog two days before her wedding. Her previous position as a photojournalist, took her all over the country, working as a photographer and copywriter for New York Newsday.

About the Magazine in Judith’s words:

San Diego Woman Magazine, the only women’s magazine in San Diego and the prime resource for women promoting women. We publish a print magazine which is read by over 60,000 readers and a digital page turner magazine, read by well over 40,000 more.

The mission statement of San Diego Woman Magazine is “Informing, Entertaining, and Featuring the Women of San Diego.” Which we have been doing for the past 14th years.
We include a diverse representation of all of the wonderful women of our town. We take great pride in honoring our brave Veterans and active duty members in each issue and have supported over 200 charities within the pages of our publication.

Our newest section, San Diego Kids, spotlights the amazing young girls and boys of our community who, at a young age, are accomplishing amazing feats.

We are advertiser supported and always free to the public, and we continue to search out those who would like to be a part of our publication either financially or through volunteer efforts.

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