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Understanding what might work for a client requires a much closer look at the big picture. When accounts are scattered, costs tend to increase and investment performance is difficult to track. Our complimentary portfolio analysis, though, allows clients the ability to look at how to enhance income and keep costs down. By evaluating a client’s current level of risk and the quality of the opportunities available, we can make suggestions about potential performance, analyze creditworthiness, and optimize a portfolio to address performance, tax management issues and fees. In order to get started, we merely require some information or documentation related to the current portfolio. All of our analyses are conducted with discretion.

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3 Investment Mistakes That Are Keeping You From Making Money

3 Investment Mistakes That Are Keeping You From Making Money

Successful investing isn’t about the money you make, it’s about the money that you keep. Without proper guidance, it’s possible to make investment mistakes. In general, professionals will have advantages over individuals when it comes to investing simply because they have more experience. 

Ten reasons that argue against an interest rate hike

Ten reasons that argue against an interest rate hike

For some time now, the ECB prime rate has been at a historic low, leaving investors in the fixed income sector with only a small return on many investments. Thus, both investors and borrowers are interested in the future development of interest rates. There are currently several reasons why it is unlikely that the ECB’s key interest rates will rise in the near future.

An insight to the seniority of corporate bond issues

An insight to the seniority of corporate bond issues

Holding a corporate bond is a bit like holding an IOU (“I owe you” – it signifies an outstanding debt) from a trusted friend. At the time the money is handed over it seems inconceivable that anything could go wrong. However, if you have enough IOUs with enough friends, eventually one of them will struggle to repay their debt. It may only happen once every hundred IOUs you hold but when it does occur, where do you stand? In the line of people who are owed money, are you are the start of the line, or all the way at the back?

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