Investor Q&A - Jonathan Mosney

Investor Q&A - Jonathan Mosney


Who is Jonathan Mosney?

I’ve been investing in funds and individual stocks for about 10 years. I’m relatively inexperienced but I try to read a lot and listen to podcasts to continually educate myself about the economy and investing. I’m generally pretty conservative, taking a slow and steady growth approach, but occasionally I’ll take a riskier bet... which occasionally works out.

Jonathan on Wunder Capital.

What about Wunder Capital's offering made you invest?

The time frame, interest rate and amortized payback, and of course the fact that it supports a cause and industry I believe in.

As an investor, how important is creating impact with your investment (specifically within the environmental sector)?

When I first started investing it wasn’t important, but as I’ve grown my wealth and become more secure, it’s become more important. Coincidentally I believe that investment in renewable industries has also become more mainstream and dependable.

If given two potential investments with similar risk, and similar returns, would you prefer the solar investment, and why?

The solar investment every time! It’s an amazing way to make a positive impact on the environment, the solar industry, and the American companies investing in their future.

Wunder Capital is helping to accelerate the proliferation of solar by financing the commercial solar revolution. Wunder also offers investors a great way to invest in the future of energy. Learn more about Wunder by visiting

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