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Welcome

I work with business owners, retirees, executives and their families to design a custom-built plan to help simplify their financial lives and live their ideal lifestyle. I do this by guiding clients through a seven-step process that develops a mutual understanding and includes regular plan reviews.


Investment philosophy

After determining your goals, I use your interview responses to determine your volatility comfort zone. I do not have a one-size-fits-all solution. Since everyone has their own tolerance for turbulence, I customize your portfolio with the goal to limit it for your volatility comfort zone and possibly use investments you already own so you do not incur additional charges.

We try to limit volatility by using Modern Portfolio Theory — a scientific formula that determines the proper mix of stocks, bonds, cash and sometimes alternative investments — with a tactical slant. The key to this program’s success is remaining disciplined to maintain the proper allocation, and rebalancing on a regular basis so we naturally “buy low and sell high.”


 

The FinTech future

In this fourth article in the SusTech series, we focus on FinTech, the convergence of finance and technology, which can help make economic growth sustainable by empowering unbanked populations. With the face of finance changing rapidly, we believe there will be investment opportunities in companies that effectively embrace the evolution. Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of Global Insight.

"I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination."

- Jimmy Dean

Taking the next step

Whether you're a current client who would like to review your portfolio, or a potential client that would like to learn more about my approach, I would love to hear from you.  To set up a consultation, view my contact page.

Latest Insights

Short-term uncertainty shouldn’t change the market’s long-term outlook

Markets weathered two key U.S. events this week. While each highlighted near-term uncertainty, it’s a reminder that what matters is the long term.

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