Retire from work - not life


The focus of our relationship 

Our strongest assets are the relationships we’ve established with our clients. Drawing on our experience and knowledge, we can offer customized wealth management advice and personalized service. We work closely with our clients to develop an investment strategy tailored to their needs. This ensures we have a thorough understanding of your objectives, and that you have realistic expectations and an understanding of the risks and rewards inherent in your investments.


Investment philosophy 

As you go through a career transition, such as a company buyout, company change or retirement, you will be presented with complex and time sensitive decisions and it is important to have trusted resources to help navigate through it.  Consider us your Financial Health Project Manager.  When you establish a relationship with us, we will not only guide you through these transitions but also be your point person for all of the things you will need to consider in life such as tax mitigation strategies, long-term planning, portfolio consolidation and wealth transfer.  We manage your investment portfolio, help you navigate the many milestones you will face along the way and connect you with the right professionals at the right time.   

Our unique approach to our practice is based on providing personalized service rather than cookie cutter solutions. Our clients work directly with us to develop and implement their personal strategic plans. We monitor the portfolios on an ongoing basis, staying on top of market and economic conditions as they apply to each clients’ goals. We leverage the thought leadership and other resources available through RBC Wealth Management to provide real solutions to complex financial situations.


Theresa Kost promoted to Senior Vice President

Kost Investment Group is pleased to congratulate Theresa Kost on her recent promotion to Senior Vice President, Financial Advisor  in RBC Wealth Management's Newport Beach office.  She was also selected as a member of the firm's Consulting Group. This is an exclusive group of advisors recognized for their success in building consultative, fee-based businesses. Read the full press release here.

Retirement is your next long-term venture

You've spent a lifetime discovering your passions. Retirement is your opportunity to pursue them, more than ever, with the ones you love. At RBC Wealth Management we’ll help you prepare financially for the retirement you envision. Because we believe, as you do, that the greatest returns are realized when you grow more than wealth. Contact us today to discuss what sets us apart and to learn how we can be of service to you.

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As earnings go, so goes the market

Fresh off a market bounce that was partly sparked by better-than-feared Q2 earnings reports, investors should consider where U.S. corporate profits could be headed next year. Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of the Global Insight Monthly.

Not all lessons happen in the classroom

It’s not always easy to talk about your finances, especially with your children. But knowing how to manage their money wisely is a critical skill for their futures—and one often not taught at school. We can offer you smart tips and strategies for how to make sure your children learn the skills they need to manage their money wisely. Contact us today to learn how to give your children a head start on financial success.

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As earnings go, so goes the market

While we think the bulk of market risks are in the rearview mirror, we consider whether earnings vulnerabilities are fully baked into stock prices.

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