Frequently Asked Questions
Some of our clients are employed, while others are retired, but they are all professionally successful. For the majority, professional achievement has increased financial complexity while reducing the time available to navigate it carefully. As specialists in their respective professions, our clients appreciate competent advice and the ability to transfer crucial decisions to a reliable partner.
You can anticipate learning what it might be like for us to collaborate. You’ll get a feel for our culture, our cost structure, and our suitability for your needs. We will ask several questions and respond to each of yours. We will provide feedback on the structure of your finances, identify areas for improvement, and suggest avenues to pursue. Whether or not a professional relationship ensues, we guarantee that your time with us is as productive as possible.
We are available whenever you need us. Annual reviews are a minimum requirement for becoming a client. This ensures that your comprehensive investment plan is always current. As a result, we can provide informed advice on complex and time-sensitive issues throughout the year.
No. We track long-term progress against historical results and conduct regular reviews to make sure that investments meet your needs and that investment goals align with your life.
Yes. Each year, we accept a limited number of new clients. Our commitment to slow, steady growth allows us to concentrate our efforts on serving our clientele.
Our clients span the globe. We use technology to ensure efficient and comfortable communication.
We have no formal minimum. Established portfolios generally exceed $250,000 but we prefer new clients to build up their accounts at a pace that is comfortable to them.
The sooner the better. Time in the market is more important than timing the market. Over time, as you invest longer, market ups and downs have less and less impact on your return.
You can count on our attention. Understanding how we can assist requires getting to know you. You can count on us to pay close attention to detail, return your calls and emails promptly, carry out our responsibilities carefully, and maintain your privacy in all circumstances. You can count on any advice we make to be made with honesty and integrity. In the end, you can count on us to uphold the greatest levels of professionalism throughout our ongoing partnership.
Setting money aside for future use is known as saving. Saving is necessary to cover recurring costs, such as rent or a mortgage, and to ensure that you have money set aside for emergencies. When you invest, you make your money work for you. A stock or bond is an investment that you purchase in the anticipation that its value will rise over time.
The practice of spreading your assets out across a number of different areas in order to reduce the amount of risk in your portfolio while simultaneously increasing both its growth and its level of stability is known as diversification.