What are your investment objectives?
We invest our time and energy into developing the right portfolio for your short-term objectives, long-term goals, and risk tolerance. Our approach is rooted in the belief that asset allocation is an important determinant of investment success over the long run. For this reason, we don’t view “market timing” as a viable strategy, and we rarely recommend individual stocks or bonds.
As a “manager of managers,” Strategic Wealth Partners offers access to investment strategies and fund managers that specialize within distinct segments of the market. And by managing these investment solutions, we develop diversified portfolios that help move people toward their long-term goals.
At each step of our advisory process, we tailor your portfolio to your goals, provide objective guidance, and manage volatility.
Portfolios Should Be Personalized
Every client we serve is unique, each with their own investment time horizons, objectives, resources, and tolerance for risk. When you partner with us, you’ll find a team that is focused on making sure that your investments align with your unique goals and objectives.
Objective Advice Is Essential
Since opening our doors, we have acted as fiduciaries on behalf of our clients. We are a fee-only advisory firm, meaning that we are paid by clients directly. We do not receive commissions or other financial incentives for the investment advisory services that we provide, and we don’t have any “in-house” products that can create conflicts of interest between an advisor and their clients. This model allows our team to provide advice that is unbiased, objective, and driven by your goals.
Managing Volatility At Each Step
As a long-term investor, you will encounter periods of market unrest and periods of relative calm. We take a prudent approach to portfolio management, one which recognizes the value of asset allocation, diversification, and the use of alternative investments (when appropriate) to reduce volatility.
Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs)
Separately Managed Accounts