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Implementing the Income Portfolio

Watch Asset Dedication’s Professor Stephen Huxley and Brent Burns meet with the American College to discuss the research behind the defined income portfolio.

Implementing the Growth Portfolio

Watch Asset Dedication’s Professor Stephen Huxley and Brent Burns meet with the American College to discuss the research behind the growth portfolio.

How Bull and Bear Markets Work

Watch Jason Branning give an educational presentation on how Bull and Bear markets work, giving you historical context as you begin to think about your investing.



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Smart Money, Midas Money, Patient Money

At BWM, we acknowledge that there are many ways to make money invested in markets. Finding the best strategy can feel elusive because there is no one strategy that works every time, every year, in every market cycle. We believe investors need an investing philosophy, not just a strategy. A philosophy is something that will guide the investor regardless of market cycle. Our investment philosophy has been built upon all known market cycles, market conditions, geo-political shifts, the Great Depression, etc.

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Using a Hierarchy of Funds to Reach Client Goals

Personal finance is not institutional finance; therefore, we believe that there is an alternative mental map that changes the way advisers and individuals think about the unique questions retirees must answer, and offers a hierarchy of funds to reach client goals in any market.

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Putting Markets in Perspective

As your advisory team, we carefully study markets and the ways markets have worked over time. Yet, we simply submit that we do not know the future and never will. We cannot predict stock market actions in a particular week or year. We believe that anyone who says they can accurately and consistently predict markets by trading in and out of stocks is in great danger of overreaching themselves - too clever by half.

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