About Our Company

Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, CA.

We are an enterprise focused on equity trading, investing and financial education via entrepreneur and hedge fund manager Christopher Nawojczyk. Chris is Founder and CEO of Bridgevenus Capital. He creates ventures centered on what he is most passionate and enthusiastic about. Chris is an athlete of pole fitness and yoga, a flute musician of fife and other woodwind instruments, a web developer and content creator, as well as an advocate for Natural Law and the ideologies of American heritage. Thus Chris is working to earn his J.D. to practice law.

Our focus to generate profit from both our hedge fund and small businesses is accompanied by sharing our journey along the way. We blog about how news, law and politics play out in today’s eventful world.

At present, the company serves as the parent enterprise for Chris Nawojczyk’s entrepreneurial ventures. In due time we plan gain corporation status with future goals to serve others through education and assistance for the betterment of economic growth, business success, and personal development.

We are anchored in old-fashioned, timeless ideologies of hard work, determination, perseverance, and sound education in financial management, personal stewardship, and character development. In addition to our products and services our company serves as a beacon of hope, knowledge, and wisdom to fuel volition toward economic growth, freedom and prosperity in both the United States and worldwide.

Chris Nawojczyk portrait with Continental Colors flag.
Chris Nawojczyk portrait with Continental Colors flag.

We stand on the longstanding proposition that gold is money, and has been since the beginnings of Sumerian civilization 5,000 years ago. Money (or currency) is merely a medium of exchange. In other words it is only a means to an end. A robust and healthy society functions through the natural principles of human interaction. People exchange products and services to show appreciation and enjoy interconnectedness.

Thus in order for this process to work behavioral psychology requires a medium of exchange that can be dealt. Only a tangible, non-perishing unit of exchange will endure, which is where gold (and to a lesser extend, silver) comes into play.