Our most treasured asset is our clients’ trust


Proud to work with a nationally recognized teammate

At The Pahnke Wealth Management Group, we are very proud that Financial Advisor Glenn Pahnke has received several prestigious awards. It’s an honor to have a teammate nationally recognized as one of the best in the industry—because it means we are serving our clients well. Congratulations, Glenn!

  • Forbes' Best-in-State Wealth Advisor - 2019, 2021, 2022
  • Barron's Top 1200 State by State Advisor - 2020, 2021, 2022

 

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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.

Mission statement

Our mission is to be considered the primary trusted financial advisor resource for individuals and businesses that recognize the value of working together to pursue their financial goals.


We start with a conversation

Through these conversations, we come to an understanding of your dreams, goals and financial objectives. This understanding guides how we work together to develop a financial strategy. Because your needs and investment opportunities change over time, we review your portfolio on a regular basis, making adjustments as needed. This can help to optimize your portfolio's performance. We have created a disciplined process to help ensure that your financial strategies remain aligned with your goals. This approach is designed to anticipate, react to and capitalize on change.

 

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We welcome you to experience the RBC Wealth Management difference yourself. Contact us today to set up a meeting.

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Latest Insights

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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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