Philosophy

My goal is simple: offer clients the best products and services for their situation.

Here's what we think is the right way to do business:

  • Care for our clients in the way we'd want to be cared for ourselves. We'd want to be respected, informed, and heard. We don't expect our clients to demand any less.
     
  • Investing is more than just a numbers game. The so-called best investments aren't necessarily the best for everyone. When we first get to know each other, we'll ask you a lot of questions so that we can learn about you as a person, and we'll tailor your investments accordingly. We want to be just as excited about your dreams as you are.
     
  • Treat clients like people, not like portfolio balances. We understand that it's your dreams you've entrusted us with, not your money. We've got a lot of experiences and perspective that can help keep you on an even keel through the ups and downs.

  • Empower clients to feel confident about their decisions. You don't have to know the difference between a REIT and a UIT when you come to see us. We're happy to explain it to you if you're curious. If you're not, that's okay, too. Some clients want to take more of a hands-on role in the investment process; others want nothing to do with it. Either way, our goal is to make sure you sleep easily at night, secure in the knowledge that your money is working effectively for you. 

  • Practice time-tested financial approaches. We follow prudent financial principles. We treat your money responsibly. As your needs or financial picture changes, we'll work with you to adjust your course of action accordingly. We monitor your portfolio's performance so you don't have to worry.
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"In all of my professional relationships, I pledge myself to the following rule of eithical conduct: I shall, in light of all conditions surrounding those I serve, which I shall make every conscientious effort to ascertain and understand, render that service which in the same circumstances, I would apply to myself." - Dan Lowry